There are certain physical sensations that give us the creeps.
One is that horrible feeling when the cold paste hits our teeth when getting an impression at the dentist (even worse if any of it runs down our throat). Another heebie-jeebie-inducing event is putting a wet swimsuit back on.
Yet there’s one sensation that may seem relatively inconsequential that drives us even crazier. We’re talking about that trickle of water running down our arms while washing our face, especially if it runs down the inside of our sleeves. Not sure why, but it just feels disgusting.
Clearly, we’re not alone.
That’s why somebody invented On The Cuff, these cool little sponge bracelets that stop water from running down our arms during all sorts of tasks beyond simple face washing.
It’s great for rinsing dishes (you know, if all the servants have the day off), washing the car (if our live-in auto detailer is taking a vacation) or giving our precious pooches a bath (because our doggie spa thinks Christmas should be “spent with family”).
Best of all, they can be used over and over again and the uses are practically endless.
Which is great because our all-male naked ring toss group meets this Saturday. And these will cause so much less damage than the diamond-crusted bangles we use now.