Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Wednesday's Poll

What would you male readers think about some sort of under-arm insert with dry-weave technology for those unsightly sweat rings?

UPDATE: Based on comments, it appears t-shirts are common among readers of the LRHS. However, none of you are middle-aged or portly or dare I say it, engineers or high school French teachers, and I believe it is this population that seems to suffer from the rings the most. (Not Kev...he wears t-shirts too, and he is neither middle-aged nor portly).

The above assumption is based on very little real evidence other than the frequent rings of Monsieur Tanton, NGHS, 11th grade.

Hmmm...I bet Tall Guy would think "The Frequent Rings of Monsieur Tanton" would be a good album/song/book/or something name.

11 comments:

Robert_M said...

I usually wear a t shirt, but I've heard of people usinmg maxi pads for a T.V. gig

marty said...

depends on how cumbersome, I am also a big t-shirt wearer even under formal shirts

SA-Eric said...

I am a t-shirt guy too. I would support this in the t-shirt form.

john clarke said...

I'm discovering that if you wear colored t-shirts, you avoid the unsightly ring issue completely.

Gye Greene said...

Sorry -- is the product FOR males -- or are you just asking us what we think? (Like, "What do you males think of beehive hairdos?")

Hey -- are the B-52s still around?


-GG

Buddha Bong said...

I would say NO. I wear the under t-shirt for this and do not have an issue with the rings.

Robert_M said...

I don't understand the question

Robert_M said...

Are you talking about wet rings from current sweat or sweat stained rings?

Tara said...

current wet rings.

Tall Guy said...

Yes -- "The Frequent Rings of Monsieur T"would be a good name! ;)

And "Current Wet Rings" would be a good album title. It's not smooth enough for a band name, though.


--TG

Mickity said...

Hey - that's weird. My high school french teacher had the WORST underarm sweat rings. Must be part of the job description.