Houston isNumber 12
on the Old Spice list of the nation’s sweatiest cities.
Phoenix took top honors, followed by Las Vegas, Dallas, Tucson, San Antonio, Waco, Shreveport, Austin, Oklahoma City and Corpus Christi. (Yep, that’s a lot of Texas sweat.)
Three years ago Houston was Number Six on the list, so it looks like our armpit stains are shrinking faster than [insert your own hack reference to the president’s approval ratings here].
Normally we’re pretty suspicious when these kinds of random rankings switch from year to year, but Proctor & Gamble claims the results are based on average high temperatures, so we’ll take solace in knowing Dallas scientifically stinks way worse than we do. – Keith Plocek
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