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Sweating

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by RPGfan04, May 3, 2004.

  1. RPGfan04

    RPGfan04 New Member

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    Hey, I was wondering if anyone here sweats so excessively that they leave white streaks of salt(?) on their tshirts. I've been noticing that lately after i play, and it's kind of disgusting... Is something wrong with me? :(
     
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    That's perfectly normal..it happens to everyone that I know; including myself. Yeah, it may be unattractive, but hey :p
     
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    You can wear white color clothes so it won't be obvious :)
     
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    I love how after it dries the collar gets all crusty. Weeeee! Gotta love sweating! :cool:
     
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    i hate it when you sweat soo much the sweat gets into your eyes and starts stinging !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Oh yes! That's the worst ever. Didn't think something your own body produces can irritate you so much. I also hate when sweat on your hands dry and it makes your hands all sticky and icky feeling (I'm very self conscious about keeping clean hands)!
     
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    I also hate it when the sweat gets on my spectacles and then obscures my vison!
     
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    that would happen to me if i didn't change about 3/4 t-shirts each night:)
    just change your shirts.....surely you have a few?
     
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    Also when that happens, you cant find a towel to wipe it off properly, as your towel is wet with more sweat, so when you rub it, it makes your glasses cloudy!!! :mad: :mad:
     
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    lol....maybe someone should try those "protector" sprays.....supposed to stop misting up during sports
    don't suppose SOTX does one on the cheap :D
     
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    sweating is good for ur body

    like sauna and stuff. feels good:D
    but make sure wear comfortable clothing. Some nice polos soaks up lots of sweat, and the skin stays dry.
    salt will always be present in sweat, if u got enough use them on ur dinner. :p (totally gross)

    dont use anti-sweat spray. it just stops the skin to clog up, the sweat will be released elsewhere just the same. deordourant is a must though. :rolleyes:
     

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