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Offline tommya300

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Offline MartinTheK

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It clearly states on the label of my deoderant that it should not be used below the armpit.

But then I'm just a simple country RN...they're your nuts bunky...but remember, they won't grow back.

 

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On national TV this ad was on at prime time
http://www.mahalo.com/axe-clean-your-balls

Lol that is hilarious!!!!!! ;D
 

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It's not an innocent little joke. They are trying to get suckers to use their deoderant on their scrotum without actually saying so directly. If there is a medical problem and they are sued, then they can truthfully say that they never told anyone to use this stuff that way. Meanwhile their sales go up and the money rolls in. They didn't spend the dough for this garbage because they are good humored fellows trying to amuse us.

This is exactly how the capitalist bosses employ their lackeys to oppress honest workers. Stick with honest socialist soap and water on yer nuts!
 

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It looks to me like the bonsai kitten website, but it seems they are real- for sale on Amazon.
Most deodorants are of such low toxicity that you could just about drink them. They are not going to do any harm if applied to the scrotum. The Amazon page says the gadget is for use with liquid soap anyway.
It's just another way to separate fools from their money.
 

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