Back to School Smells Like Teen Sweating
Style Magazine Newswire | 8/7/2019, 11:59 a.m.
August 7, 2019 (Lake Jackson, TX) -- Summer is winding down with season ending vacations and a few more days to relax which must mean that school will start soon. While Americans are brainwashed into thinking that the last week of August is the official start of fall (pumpkin spiced lattes go on sale) the thermometer says it’s not. Millions of students, coaches, band directors, assistant directors, assistant coaches, cheerleader leaders, helicopter moms, weekend dads, grandparents, boosters and even reporters will all say the same thing; “it’s too hot for this.” The makers of SwampButt Underwear™ agree that August is not fall and yes, it is too hot. While SwampButt Underwear has no influence over the nation’s educators, calendars or the weather, it does have insight and advice to share for teens who are headed back to class this "fall."
Why The Heat Is Worse At School
Un-air-conditioned buses, temporary buildings, practice fields, gyms that could double as orchid nurseries and locker rooms that make Saigon seem cool and dry by comparison will be crowded with hormonal teenagers. Those same teens, whose biological changes will ooze out a real stink on even the coolest day, are all jammed together in classes and busses across the fruited plain. Many are leaving their sweaty butt prints on chairs, seats and bleachers. "Most school busses do not come with seat belts, so air conditioning. Don't make me laugh," said SwampButt Underwear spokesperson and GED hopeful Nick Heraldson. "Your students will come home all wet and cranky. Wet from the heat and sweat, cranky from trying to learn algebra."
It's The Most Terrible Time Of The Year
For the kids who have ‘issues’ with excessive sweating the start of school is the worst time of year. It's easy enough to hide sweat in summer because everyone is sweaty, but not everyone is as sweaty once the bell rings. Middle and high school students are not particularly understanding about teen sweating or swamp butt. Although both conditions are very common, they remain largely misunderstood. There are a lot of terrible ideas for teens to manage their excessive sweating. Here are just a few of the worst.
Bad Ideas for Sweaty Teens
Wear black to hide sweat. Unless you are a devoted goth, ninja, going to or from a funeral, or prefer to be alone/dateless/un-kissed the entire school year, turning up in black everyday will draw all the wrong type of attention. Make a better fashion statement than this. Better to sweat than be ostracized or labeled something negative.
Layering clothes makes sweat harder to see. Teen agers at the north or south pole can do this, but nowhere else, especially during August and September. Putting on layers of clothes in August in the south, or practically anywhere, will make a student look like a drug mule, they are hiding a pregnancy, or stealing art supplies. No one wants to be accused of any of those. So, wear something that looks cool that will help keep cool.