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Weird crotch smelling odor

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Aiwass, Sep 14, 2007.

  1. Connemara

    Connemara [URL='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jST2Sv63WQ']

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    Hmmm... Deli meat and vinegar... anyone have a crotch that smells like rye bread?

    L O L

    Too much. My sides hurt.
     


  2. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    Let me ask the SF-specific questions first: Are you wearing tight jeans in a hot/humid climate? Have you not washed your jeans in 6 months?
     


  3. HomerJ

    HomerJ Senior member

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    I believe it's called Fromunda cheese.

    Try bathing. And Gold Bond. Baby powder is for babies.
     


  4. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    I believe it's called Fromunda cheese.


    Fromunda what? [​IMG]
     


  5. Connemara

    Connemara [URL='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jST2Sv63WQ']

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    This thread is a perfect example of why I almost never look at the Body Consciousness forum.
     


  6. HomerJ

    HomerJ Senior member

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    This thread is a perfect example of why I almost never look at the Body Consciousness forum.

    I look in here when I need a good laugh.
     


  7. a-rock

    a-rock Senior member

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    I believe what you are referring to is the duckbutter. Depending on diet, exercise, temperature, etc, I'd say vinegar isn't that bad of a thing for it to smell like. Maybe ladle some into a perfume jar and sell it.

    i'm almost embarrassed to admit i had to look that up on urban dictionary. now i know what it's called!
     


  8. grimslade

    grimslade Senior member

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    This thread is a perfect example of why I almost never look at the Body Consciousness forum.

    +1

    And why I always regret it when I do. I can't believe I even clicked on this thread.
     


  9. Chauncey Gardner

    Chauncey Gardner Well-Known Member

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    This thread is a perfect example of why I almost never look at the Body Consciousness forum.
    But you have to admit, you originate some of the best threads here. In fact, I was just checking to see if you had anything new in the forum.
     


  10. greg_atlanta

    greg_atlanta Senior member

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    The crotch and armpit have the same type of sweat which is milky and smells worse then the clear odorless sweat on the rest of your body (learned that from NY Times a few weeks ago).

    You could try deoderant in the affected area.... but thicker tight-fitting underwear is a better option. No boxers or saggy stretched-out boxer briefs (granny panties).
     


  11. Aiwass

    Aiwass Senior member

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    I thought duck butter only happened in chick's privates?


    Anyway, OP, after showering (try using shampoo in that area) make sure you dry that area well and then just put some powder. Not too much, as it will show through your pants.

    edit: oh yeah and along the lines of the duck butter, make sure you clean your bunghole well, especially if you sweat alot.



    sounds like you know what im talking about, do you have the same problem?
     


  12. Aiwass

    Aiwass Senior member

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    Let me ask the SF-specific questions first: Are you wearing tight jeans in a hot/humid climate? Have you not washed your jeans in 6 months?

    no i don't wear tight jeans

    The crotch and armpit have the same type of sweat which is milky and smells worse then the clear odorless sweat on the rest of your body (learned that from NY Times a few weeks ago).

    You could try deoderant in the affected area.... but thicker tight-fitting underwear is a better option. No boxers or saggy stretched-out boxer briefs (granny panties).



    thanks greg, thats a good idea, dedorant, i never even thought about it, because powder dosent do the job
     


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    Handlethevibe Senior member

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    I think having the smell also depends on whether you're circumsized or not. k I'm never entering this thread again.
     


  14. amerikajinda

    amerikajinda Senior member

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    Duck butter is one of the key ingredients of santorum. K I'm not entering this thread again either. And I'm not using "K" instead of "okay" because I'm not 13 years old, mmm k? [​IMG]
     


  15. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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    I believe it's called Fromunda cheese. Try bathing. And Gold Bond. Baby powder is for babies.
    A strong application of fromunda cheese (or duck butter) may be just what the doctor ordered for the fellow in the other thread with the flawless face looking to get rid of any trace of stubble.
     


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