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Where do you store your personal effects: keys, wallet, phone, etc. when wearing your slims? It seems like stowing these items in pockets is going to mess up the clean lines.
Manbag? Money clip? What are your alternatives when you're not able to carry a bag around?
I have a front load washer now, which is actually great for the longevity of my clothes. However, I am finding the standard soaps (hard white rocks, actually??) to be too harsh, leading to quick color fading.
The liquid soap I used for darks is great but of course not appropriate for lighter...
I lent out my cell phone to some other people to use, and apparently they had bad breath, as the mouthpiece/receiver has a slightly tangy odor to it now. It's not that noticeable yet, but I want to get rid of the odor asap. Please help!
The problem was so embarrassing for me, that I neglected it altogether for years and years. Right now, I'm without health insurance, so I'm trying to deal with it without the assistance of a doctor. Even when I did have health insurance, it was too embarrassing to deal with at a doctor's office.
This is an embarrassing problem to talk about, but I finally want to deal with it: jock itch. I've got the fungus problem and have had it for several years. I've been discreetly trying to deal with it via over the counter lotions such as lamisil and tinactin. However, while they keep the problem...