Maybe this is what Lynyrd Skynyrd was talking about when they sang “Ooooh that smell. Can’t you smell that smell?”:
Melissa: I gotta be honest, I really don’t know where Rachel finds this stuff, but the snarky sleuth has done it again with this doozie. I mean really, who buys this? Is there some guy at home so worried about his junk stink that he’s going to drop $87 for a pair of underwear?? For real, how bad must it smell if this is a worthwhile investment? Come to think of it, I don’t want to know. In all fairness, if it’s not his junk, it’s his gas? Really?? Again I need to ask how bad must it be if you’re willing to waste $102 (including shipping rates) for a pair of underwear? Do yourself a favor and adopt a dog to blame it on, because Lord knows my dog’s been-sitting-in-the-sun-rotted-broccoli farts will clear a room. This way you just blame the dog and you’ve saved yourself $100. Plus you got yourself a new friend. That all being said, I almost need to know how this stuff works… How do they test? Is there some Japanese guy in one of those silver sweat suits running on a treadmill munching cabbage and beans?
Rachel: Hey, I don’t find this stuff. It finds me. How? Let’s just say I’m lucky that way. Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t want to date any guy that actually needs these. Besides, I would think that the dudes that really do need these in their world are the dudes that spend a great majority of their day on the couch, eating pizza out of a box that’s been there for an indeterminate number of days while playing World Of Warcraft. However, these dudes probably aren’t too excited to spend $100 on a pair of underwear. Well, unless they are also designed to be worn 5 days in a row. Assuming they’re not, I’m going to offer up a much more cost-efficient alternative: A Hanes 3-pack + A bottle of Beano + a shower. There’s your $25 fresh-junk-and-bunghole alternative. You’re welcome. Now, you might even get a date. And the rate my love life is going, it might even be me.
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