I have a new super power. I can make any "invisible" deodorant visible
on a black shirt. Or a purple shirt. Or a red shirt. Pretty much any
shirt I wear. Ever since deodorant has become more and more invisible,
the more visible it becomes, especially as soon as I leave the house.
I think this must be a result of my recent spider bite. What else could
cause this? The other day I was out running errands and realized when I
got home that there was a white streak of invisible deodorant on the
shoulder of my shirt. First of all, that's embarrassing. But second,
how did I DO THAT? I don't remember the deodorant falling off the self
and landing on my shoulder and there's no way I am coordinated enough
to do some complicated move that makes my shirt go all inside out and
twisty while I am wearing it. It doesn't matter if I put deodorant on
before I put my shirt on or after, it ends up on the outside of my
shirt. I don't see other people at Starbucks or Office Depot or even
in the deodorant aisle at Target with "invisible" deodorant on their
shirts. I would like the antidote for this super power, stat!
I wonder if people who use those rocks for deodorant walk around with
sand on their shirts and wonder how long it has been there.
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