One thing I don’t get is when the weather gets overwhelmingly hot during the summer, how come there are still people walking around who can actually maintain a smile on their face while wearing a thick suit in the sweltering heat? Do these people actually sweat? If the answer is in the affirmative, where does all the sweat go to? Or are they actually aliens who walk among us disguised as suited humans so as not to rouse the suspicion of the men in black? With so many questions to answer and keep me awake at night, I think these folks are just gluttons for punishment and love walking around in their portable saunas…er, I mean, suits.
The Japanese aren’t spared from the summer heat as well, but since corporate Japan is ever so strict with their rules and all, it is no surprise executives will still make their way to work while wearing those heat trapping clothes of theirs. This means thousands of businessmen and businesswomen have to bake in their suits while trying to maintain their best smile despite the scorching heat. It doesn’t help that underneath the suit lies a collared long sleeve shirt, suit pants, suit jacket, and the dreaded tie.
What better way to avoid sweating buckets than using this can of portable air conditioning spray? Each bottle consists of flammable ethanol and a myriad of other compounds that offer instant relief from the heat. All you need to do is spray it on your clothes and you’ll feel as if you’ve stepped into Winter Wonderland. At $5 a pop, they aren’t exactly expensive and would make a great portable tool for those who are constantly on the go in their suits. Environmentalists might cry foul though, since this would mean more trash to clean up, not to mention aiding the ongoing global warming crisis.
Source: Tokyo Mango