Apr 17, 2014|
Christian Fauria tells us the percentage of Americans that sleep naked and those that sleep with their socks on.
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
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Some -- I'm Anita weird setup but no not every night you every night ever make a sleeper -- shocked the soccer -- you're surprised. Easy exports at a it. So might look at the question of what percent of Americans do you think let's go. And I bare bones guys that make it -- So it's an American -- we got to get the big amount I don't. I'd say less than 10% less all of that -- huge. I guess earlier about 30%. Yet. -- article is all percent. At that Americans now. -- think about it. I don't think most people in their self conscious about their body immunity to their uptight about it you'd like their PGA's. There's a lot of people most people. And other one is that what percent of Americans -- Wear socks. To Wear socks Tibetan -- socks the answer should be zero point zero it's higher than you why would you Wear socks to bed and more. -- a lot of yap all like unveiled to beat -- cold it'll like their feet to be colts don't know where sock it garlic. Any of these and these victorious seeker bed bath would be honorary these -- Max Mark Reynolds -- some things double -- it costs to yours yeah it is based on her her -- big comfy socks. They're like Annika -- spot colors. Now you -- -- that I have seen them yes I don't like them I'll get beat by percent of Americans Wear socks -- Bennett yeah holy crap I would. I would say our -- all percent. NASA -- I don't see what I'll listen to just make it been more socks and that's native and some geeky stuff I guess maybe. Gotta pay extra for that. In most of its power -- it better to be naked in Wear socks Joey use Sox got a -- absolutely not so. How -- we 55% and I think UB a 0% in his room. Real quick quickly AT&T text -- 379837. Yasser notice -- the bed just like get an idea of our audience is this year the three last year zero. We have we have three other people in the control room -- they don't Wear socks but -- that's over six Fauria all that hallway all man. It correctly -- this -- you always done it is Joey all man technically. I don't think of metro guide I have though is how well we passed. I need to -- act I don't believe the 55% of Americans it's got to be mostly women. -- -- -- -- -- frequent talks on merits that's just the raiders like theater and it's like we take you through the -- No it doesn't bother me but I always thought it was late. Just cold feet you know in my don't want her feet touching me in the middle of the night kind of -- -- freeze my butt off my wife does the the public sees an electric Christmas time surely Christmas -- -- Belichick has led the big. What -- suck you're talking about you that's what she does -- think about that's our. A half my household does I some guys -- the mind that it. They're basically goats go to bed and closed at fox on that long he's a long pants but -- -- there a T shirt. And who knows who also whatever reason I don't I -- gonna pay money for sheets. And comforter is like if you -- out what air flowing through the bad hit and everything that's what I want I I believe this I improve the scientific about it you Wear -- a bit more likely that -- I've always believe that's that's what the -- -- showed it -- if if you are the mood. Like it did in the mood does catch the right I'd say it like 2 AM in the morning. Taken anything -- -- All right adding. To the spam easy easy access I would never guess 55% and other forays facts the audio was how long do you think. A baseball. Last public pitches you think what's on the average how many pitches before baseball Major League Baseball is on the game. How many how many -- how many -- I literally never thought about this before this is why I'm out watching the games like crazy MI -- you'll likely begin to ball you know every other guys but there's -- number two -- eight -- I guess earlier fourteen. Potato it's seven -- they're. Pretty good. Caught a foul balls Sega foul balls getting a new ball seven pitches seven pitches yeah. Full and that's like after 6177797937. Lot of women text in -- do work Sox. I don't know what that's not once I have thought Scott. We were noting that one -- I don't I don't one now. I AT&T Tex lines socks you know -- today at 379837. Adult leader for 25% to -- I do believe an hour ago we -- the topic of the show about the sport of baseball why. I'm more kids going away from baseball games going too long and you guys were and still are a lot of the talk about it and I promise you write your phone calls and -- radio WB yeah.
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