If your pits are smelly chances are other body parts are too. I am a two shower a day person in the summer, one in the morning, one before I go to bed. It only takes a few minutes to do a “rinse off, quickie” shower.
Sorry but the thread title mislead me… I thought you were asking for someone to help you… literally…
I just called to say that I’m not available for such work currently… I have a busy schedule doing other things.
I’ll call back if my circumstances change.
As for the rest of my body parts, I’m talking about a situation where I need a quick freshen up, and then have to get out the door. I really don’t have the time to wait for the shower to get hot, towel dry my whole body, and get going. SOOO . . .I’m looking for a shortcut!
At the risk of sending this over to GQ with an actual answer :), I’ll suggest that you’re just using too much water. A quick “bird bath” (as my grandmother used to call them) can be accomplished easily without leaving the floor soaked. After you’ve soaped it up, wring out the washcloth until it’s just damp, then proceed through to the rinse cycle and again wring it out until just damp. Admittedly, you’ll probably be looking at taking a little longer since you’ll likely wind up having to lather up again to finish washing and then rinse and wring again to finish rinsing yourself.
Another option would be to wrap a towel around your waist (or tuck it into your pants all the way around) so as to catch all the excess water.
One day my dad went to pick my great-grandmother up for a little family party. Whilest in the car she mentions to him that she did not have time to take a shower, so she did a “PAP”. Dad had no idea what that was, so my dear, sweet, 97-year old great-grandmother explained: Pussy, Ass, Pits. Let me tell you, I stopped watching how I talked around her after that!
May I suggest Wet-Ones or Baby Wipes. Baby Wipes are gentle and smell nice. Wet-ones have more alcohol and a more adult smell. Follow with a fresh application of deoderant and cologne and you’re good to go.
Try a loofah sponge instead of a regular washcloth. It scrubs away all the dead skin cells.
Also, always change your deodorant brand every once in a while…like shampoo, you do become “immune” to it, so to speak.