Linen in sin
Astragal was shocked and upset to discover that he is among the 30 per cent of Brits ‘hiding under filthy sheets’, according to washing machine manufacturer Electra. Although Astragal generally beds down under the table at the Easton or on that cosy bench just outside the RIBA (with a few canapés for the midnight munchies), occasionally he does make it home to his own pit. And apparently, like a third of the population, he is not washing his bed sheets frequently enough to kill ...
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