At 1/18/13 01:14 AM, supergandhi64 wrote:
this is probably only an issue for you if you live in the united states. pretty much all united states citizens have developed bromidrophobia from exposure to media outlets oversaturated with shampoo, deodorant, shaving foam and shower gel commercials. the decadent shopping culture has led to almost every north american thinking it's normal to shower once a day, even if you don't have an exercise schedule. body odours probably do smell more to americans because they are hypersensitive to it due to underexposure, a symptom of overhygiene and lack of exposure to benign biotic cultures
if you live anywhere sensible you won't be ostracized or made pariah because of something as trivial as a little body odour. only the united states and a couple of other formerly anglo-saxon nations (possibly canada and the uk) have developed extreme stigma towards common sense. if you're really worried about your body odour just don't drink vinegar and eat fatty foods. showering once a week is fine (i can't believe you read all of this, you must really be obsessed with body odour... haha!) if you don't have an exercise schedule. not having an exercise schedule is not fine, though
Hey supergandhi64, you're my personal favorite member of this forum. I enjoy you comments but do keep in mind (and you can call me out on this for being stupid.. Idk your complete personality but you seem kind of offensive) that most people aren't accustom to a large vocabulary either, so it's kind of like what the point of a message if no one understands its content.. and yes us Americans are pretty obese stupid, hypersensitive and so on, but we sure do have fun and kick ass.. Idk, just saying lol but you're going over peoples heads with this one.
I still appreciate your level of involvement with education.