I only use stick deodorants now, maybe a spray here and there
On another note, my mom asked me to go buy milk at Super C which is not even two minutes from our house, LOL. But I'm horribly lazy and I'm already in my sleeping clothes, I'm still debating on whether I should go or not
I've been a user of deodorant sticks over the last few years, and I really think they're better than spray deodorant. I just hate it though when I get close to the bottom and then it falls apart on me and when I run out.
Zach, I hate when that happens, lmao. That's why I always got spares with me. In case one is close to being finished, I just throw the old one and use the new one
But sprays are more convenient when I go for martial arts. Sometimes I bring sticks to the gym in case I stink after a good training session, and sometimes I see the stick melting away *_*
Ever since, I bring sprays with me to the gym
Dipu.. aluminium? really? what..
What deodorant stick do you use? Or.. you USED to use? o.o
I use Speed Stick myself. There's no aluminium in it, and they have a pleasant scent to boot.
Jim Gaffigan says that it's worse than BO.
I don't know. I wouldn't say I need deodorant, but I don't exercise or do any activities anyways, so I really have no need. And I stay inside and away from people so they don't know if I need it or not.
did u no there r 21 letters in the alphabet
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That's pretty much how my summers have worked.. up until this year where I never saw my friends whenever I was away from school. But I'm hoping now that will change since I can drive myself between Point A and Point B now.
Some places, for sure. Homeless people like to live down in the tunnels, and people litter, and a whole bunch of other jazz. All adds up to one big stink bomb. =/
I don't remember seeing any homeless people (maybe I overlooked), but I do remember seeing the arrogant people going through emergency exit doors because they're those "me first! me first!" people and don't want to miss a train.
When I was there, my family only took the subways at "inactive" times, such as like around noon, or any other time away from rush hour, and we were there on weekdays only, not Saturday or Sunday.
People go on the tracks in New York? o.o
The tunnels must be really spacious then, haha.
The tunnels in Montreal barely got any space, there's enough space for one person to walk the tunnels and when a train comes passing by next to you, you gotta put your back to the wall and hope that the train doesn't move a lot along the rails and that it won't hit you.
My confusion upon the page skipping around and I just glimpsed a picture of aluminum foil. I: Had to scroll way up there (even though the browser tried to stop me) so I could find out why it was there haha.
I've never been to NY and now I'm curious as to how the smells there compare to sprayed fields. My mother spent part of her childhood around here and she still ends up gagging from time to time because of the fields. It doesn't bother me- I've grown used to it. Though smells usually don't effect me, so that isn't saying much.