Hannah Hooper of the band Grouplove has outed Christina Aguilera as a singer with the stinkiest reputation. “I have friends that lived in Pittsburgh and they grew up around Christina Aguilera and they swear to God that she smells like hot dogs,” she said. Hot dogs? That’s harsh. I guess Xtina needs to lay off the pork.
Hey, just because they’re famous, doesn’t mean their armpits don’t get funky just like the rest of us. Click through to see some more celebs who have been accused of being stink bombs. [Bossip]
Just because they’re famous, doesn’t mean their armpits don’t stink just like the rest of us. Especially if they’re not fond of deodorant or showers. Leonardo DiCaprio might be great at acting, but apparently his girlfriend Erin Heatherton thinks he’s crappy at hygiene. The Enquirer claims that Leo is driving Erin away with his stench. “He only showers a couple of days a week to conserve water, and he considers deodorant to be ‘unnatural.’ … Erin has warned him to clean up his act and his hygiene,” said a “friend.” Presuming that this is true, I think Leo either needs to buy him some Tom’s of Maine all natural deodorant or he needs to find a GFwho appreciates his dedication to environmentalism. I wonder if his BO bothered Bar Refaeli? Maybe he could get her back? Click through to see some more celebs who have been accused of being stink bombs. [ONTD]
In a recent Dear Prudence column, a woman wrote in, concerned about her fiancé’s aversion to her scent. She wrote:
“Last night, a bit too much wine prompted my fiancé to tell me a secret he’s been keeping for years: He thinks I smell bad. And that’s why our sex life has been on the decline. I know I do sweat more than some people, but I shower daily and always use deodorant. I can’t figure out if I am actually as bad as he says or if he just thinks I’m stinky because he is lucky enough to have totally odorless sweat. I am seriously considering calling off the wedding because of this.”
Prudence advises her to seek medical evaluation for her odor, adding, “If you feel your fiancé told you in a cruel or malicious way, or you think he is establishing the groundwork for breaking up with you, then you need to engage in a frank discussion about where your romance is headed.” Keep reading »
There comes a time in every woman’s life when she finds the man of her dreams — with the exception of one flaw.
Today, that flaw is his body odor.
Contrary to public opinion, we prefer to exhibit ladylike behavior — and in accordance, we’d never crush a man’s self-esteem by telling him straight-up that his B.O. reeks. So we asked you for advice: How do you tactfully tell a guy he smells? Read more … Keep reading »
“It has taken me three years to decide on the scent because I really like B.O. and I think it’s sexy. I wanted to figure out a way to make it palatable to everybody. I was like, ‘How do you get B.O. in a bottle and make an atomizer of it?’ ‘Then it was all about trying to capture the sense of naughtiness in a bottle that it would be good for a man and a woman.”
– Sarah Jessica Parker on the inspiration for her next scent. I suppose we should be grateful that she didn’t go with her other favorite scent — dirty, warm diapers. [Digital Spy] Keep reading »
I hadn’t realized this, but there’s a market for people who want to Febreze their intimate areas instead of showering with soap. Aspray promises to fight odors in special places like your armpits, feet, vag, and even your butt! And, yes, this is a real product created by Doc Bottoms and sold here. If being able to skip washing isn’t convenience enough, Aspray even comes in a portable Pocket Shot size. Aspray finally has answered the prayers of thousands of plumbers and streetwalkers who give a damn about BO but oppose showering. Keep reading »
Most women have heard that body odors play a role in sexual attraction. I mean, why else would we spend money on pheromone-laced oils? Oh, maybe that was just me. Anyway, did you realize that being in love affects our perception and processing of body odors? According to a study performed in Montreal, women who are deeply in love can recognize their partner’s scent, but are unable to recognize the scent of male friends who might be rivals for their affection. Keep reading »