Keep your distance

By Anonymous - 12/04/2020 08:00

Today, my roommate told me she had developed a rash on her armpits, which causes them to be itchy. The doctor told her the only way to heal it is to not wear deodorant for a month. FML
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It’s FML for her, not you, dear snowflake

She might benefit from coconut oil, it absorbs smells and is very gentle on skin.

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It’s FML for her, not you, dear snowflake

except it's worse for OP, they have to live with the smell. The flatmate won't be able to after a while. and it's not like they'll be out and about during lockdown.

“it’s worse for OP, they have to live with the smell.” uh, so does the roommate lmao?? AND she has to carry it around with her. f the roommate’s life

It's bad for both, to be sure, but the roommate won't be smelling themself for long.

crazy idea here. it sucks for them both

She might benefit from coconut oil, it absorbs smells and is very gentle on skin.

You put your head in her pits often? If she stays clean, she shouldn't smell too bad from social distance.

Well, we are in lockdown so I doubt she will do much to make her smell and if she showers normally, then you will both be fine.

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some people, me for example, need deodorant even when I don’t do anything, shower regularly, AND it’s cold.

Shut up and keep the a/c on. It’s not that big of a deal.

So? Deodorant isn't mandatory and lots of people don't even need it. Even more so if no one is leaving home these days.