Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Indecisi0n, Jun 29, 2012.
Swamp-@$$. What's the cure?
if you happen to get jock itch really bad I highly recommend using:
you can use the one for athlete's foot down there. it is the exact same as the one for jock itch. and it's much easier to find. In with the foot care stuff at Target. It's a little pricey but soooooo worth it. And you don't have to use a lot like you would with baby powder.
Another good way to stop Monkey Butt
Gold bond. The tingles from it are heavenly.
I have also found that if you are past the point of prevention then this works very good to get you through the rest of the day.
Lotrimin.com | Lotrimin AF Jock Itch Powder Spray
Of course going commando works too.......Ah....someone told me it does
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I also wear Under Armour boxer Jocks to help wick away some of the moisture as well as keep my thighs from rubbing together.
Bang in on hot days, and sit at home in the ac.
Why would you want to cure it? Don't you enjoy getting home all sweaty droppin you're drws falling back in the AC and scrratching ferociously for about six hours? Good times.
That's what I use.
My father taught me an old trick for this. Go to any welding shop, and get yourself a piece of welders chalk, which is also known as soapstone, and put it in your pocket. I couldnt find mine a couple weeks ago and suffered the rath, next day i picked up a piece for a buck. Break it in half, and stick it in your pocket. IT WORKS...I have turned on the guys in my building to this, and now everyone uses it. And it lasts for a LONG time. Cheap and easy trick to beat the heat.
What exactly does it do for you?
It gets pretty hot in your climate controlled office??
On my motorcycle - yes
On the tennis court - yes
Out hiking - yes
On my PC - nope
It's talc, it absorbs the moisture.
Under armour heat gear compression shorts, keeps you dry and odor free. I also wore the heat gear shirt under the browns and stayed dry in the wonderful 103 temps today
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