Anyway, the process takes forever and is quite annoying, so, as an experiment, I've decided to right-side-out my shirts before I wash them.
This experiment, unfortunately, was a failure. A full 9 out of my 10 shirts ended up reorienting themselves into an inside-out state after just one wash cycle.
This leads me to conclude that the natural state of equilibrium of a polo shirt is inside-out. Think about it; when you take it off, it tends to become inside-out. When you wash them, they tend to become inside-out. In fact it is far easier to turn a polo shirt inside-out than it is to turn it right-side-out.
Therefore, I propose a new fashion trend: wearing shirts inside out. That way, you can say you did your part to conserve energy on this planet, and you can go to sleep at night with a clear conscious.
So the next time your mother/wife/whatever nags you about leaving your clothes on the floor, inside-out, you can safely say that you're helping the world by conserving energy, and starting a new fashion trend at the same time!