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Sweaty Pits


Scott Forbes No.1 Fan
Staff member
Dec 21, 2003
Here we go Ricey talking rubbish again! Over the past couple of weeks with it being really hot I have been getting a wee bit sweaty around the pit area. Now I know its hot but I have never suffered from this before so I thought well I need to sort it. Lynx Dry is the stuff I use and have never had a problem, but still it wasn't working and there is nothing worse than having sweaty marks underneath your t-shirts.

So I thought its time to take some action... I thought my pit hair was rather long and seeked some advice from the 63336 service to which they replied if I shave it off it will be cooler and will sweat less. So low and behold I have now shaved my pits and well it seems to have worked but I do feel a bit odd and now abit concerned as I have no pit hair. I have sleeve less stuff that I wear to the gym am I going to be laughed at?

Is there any other bloke here who has shaved their pits?