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I know I have armpit fat, it's okay it's armpit vaginas,' Lawrence said.
Just speaking aesthetically, the new 'Wonder Woman' trailer had me wishing she had armpit hair," one wrote.
Then this morning, I saw a TV ad for an underarm deodorant, complete with illustration of someone's sore armpit, and I had a brainwave.
Art student Hayley Dawson stopped shaving her armpits last year and rarely shaves her legs either.
The text of the ad read, "Dear New Jersey, When people call you 'The Armpit of America,' take it as a compliment.
Dove's Nutrition Moisture deodorant ad featured an image of a young woman with her arm raised and the caption: "Dear New Jersey, when people call you 'The Armpit of America,' take it as a compliment.
A skin clinic notes that one of the sweat glands, called Apocrine glands, are found mainly in the armpits and near the anus.
If I was scratching my armpit I must have been itchy but I certainly wasn't making monkey noises.
If I was scratching my armpit I must have been itchy, but I certainly wasn't making monkey noises.
That was the title used in the article by Gene Weingarten of the Post, but I grew up referring to places as "The Armpit of the Universe.
The perspiration is uncontrollable and is usually from the hands, feet, or armpits.
Anyway, sweaty armpits don't show on a white shirt.
But one woman wants to stop being a slave to the shave and dispel the prejudices surrounding hairy armpits and calves like a centre-forward for Caernarfon Town FC.
IN humans pheromones are thought to be secreted from the apocrine sweat glands found in the groin and armpits.
One minute, for example, the humor is dry and subtle; and next Yorsh is up to his armpits in guano and fewmets.