Wednesday, June 14, 2006


Randy @ The Turner Report first reported this glistening news brief. It's too good not to pile on. From a P&G news release:
Old Spice today announced its Fifth Annual Top-100 Sweatiest Cities List -- a ranking of the nation's heaviest sweaters during the summer months.
Springfield, Mo., is listed as the 43rd sweatiest city in America.

The relatively dry kids in Kansas City only made it to No. 52. St. Louis is No. 33.

The Top 10 sweatiest cities in America, according to the Old Spice list:
1. Phoenix, AZ
2. Las Vegas, NV
3. Tucson, AZ
4. Dallas, TX
5. Corpus Christi, TX
6. San Antonio, TX
7. Austin, TX
8. Shreveport, LA
9. Houston, TX
10. Waco, TX
Six of the 10 cities are in Texas, thank God. As for Phoenix and Vegas and Tucson -- it's dry heat, right? What's the problem?


Anonymous said...

I have been to Tuscon and Phoenix in July. It is crazy hot there.

Oh and speaking of Old Spice... When I was 8, I used a whole bottle of Old Spice to make a highly flamable, black smoke producing, stink bomb.

Because you needed to know that.

Anonymous said...

Oh, man ... did they ever screw this one up ....

Big Easy, like ...

Anyone who has lived in NOI anywhere between Jan 1st and Dec 29th ... just plain reeks ... and try washing with water out of the lower Mississippi at that....

Anonymous said...

I always heard they drank Old Spice in Mississippi, that godforsaken state.

Anonymous said...

I'm sweating like a dancing mule just thinking about it what it all means.