Gather around kids, let’s talk about something we shouldn’t have to talk about but apparently we have to talk about. Saturday, Jezebel shared an old article on their Facebook page entitled “Do You Wash Your Legs?” I was flabbergasted! Bewildered! Stupefied! My brain could not process the question or worse, the answer! This diabolical question was prompted by an ongoing joke on a show I’ve never heard of: “You’re the Worst.” Apparently, one of the characters found out his girlfriend doesn’t wash her legs. Water and soap already rolls down legs so why bother? And this isn’t just theoretical, the author agreed with this logic *moment of silence to vomit*
Below, are the results from their poll as of yesterday (around noon).
Bruh, almost half of the women who took this poll DO NOT WASH THEIR LEGS! And, Jezebel’s comment section was worse. There was a host of excuses which include but is not limited to “I have Eczema,” “it makes my skin dry,” and “I don’t feel dirty enough.” So, some of you wash your hair everyday but not your #%^** legs and feet? Why is it so important to wash your ENTIRE body?
- CLEANS SKIN
- Kills bacteria
- Prevents illnesses such as the Flu
- Improves blood circulation
- Lowers blood pressure
- Relieves skin conditions
- Improves sleep
- Reduces stress
But, did I really need to tell you why you need to wash your own body? And, you guys may not know this but I am fairly certain you stink. Oh, yes you do! You’ve grown accustomed to your 10-day old Philly Cheese Steak sizzling in the middle of Bourbon Street on a Summer day stench. You’re subjecting your family, friends and coworkers to this and for what? Even with my high-ass water bill, I shower everyday! Sometimes twice a day! Sometimes 3 times in 24 hours! And, I have Eczema and Hives. Showers and scrubbing is what brings me relief sometimes and when I’m done, I MOISTURIZE!
What are the boundaries? Is it face to waist? Are you even washing your va… nevermind. I’m so disappointed in you guys. You know who you are. Read and share my previous post: Peasant TV