Ok guys, help me out.

I love to use body powder, Gold Bond is my preference - the green bottle, every time I use it it ends up making a mess. Not a big deal in my bathroom but horrible if you are at the gym or staying at someone's house.

I wear it under my pits (I use the deodorant that you put on at night) and on my family jewels. I shower in the morning and after drying off completely I put the powder in my hands then on to the desired location. That tends to keep the cloud of dust from going to far but makes my hands a mess.

How do you put it on? Do you have any success?

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+1. That was so funny to read. Thanks for posting it.

1,000 icy gnomes.... hilarious.

That link is starting to make me wonder about Subaru owners...

Ha. I know! I read the first few posts then had to go to the top of the page just to see again, "Subaru Discussion".

That thread's hilarious! Gold Bond rocks.

I'm still reading it, only on page 10. This is so dang funny, gonna keep me occupied for a good part of my afternoon.

Gee.  I just wonder how, back in the day, our mothers and grandmothers used body powder all the time and managed to not get the stuff all over the bathroom or bedroom.

Gold Bond is NOT your grand/mother's body powder!

The stuff is awesome, give it a try sometime!

I have halfway been listening to the tv my wife watches while here on the net.  There was a commercial for gold bond lotion, wondering if it would do the same thing for you?

Powder decreases moisture... Lotion increases. But, thanks.

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