Nope. Your body manufactures sweat. And if one of your tells is sweating like a priest in church every time you lie, then there’s no amount of blowdrying that can stop that.
What brand/type of blow dryer? Possibly a Dyson? One or two? Which setting?
Requiring your employees to do things to your body that are of a personal nature…
Seems legit to me! Just have them sign an NDA.
Steve Balmer (aka Microsoft’s Uncle Fester) would have needed an industrial shop-vac. Zuck? I’m not sure his particular production run has operable pores …
What a certified puke the Zuck is, please make him go away.
Isn’t this body shaming? who cares if he gets sweaty when he’s nervous?
all shade for Zuck aside, i don’t see how this would work. if you’re sweating because you’re nervous, wouldn’t blow drying them make them drier (temporarily), but also hot, and therefore just make you sweat more profusely?
A common treatment for hyperhydrosis is the use of electricity.
Here’s a nice wikihow regarding armpit sweating (it doesn’t mention blow drying anywhere)
No? Because we’re not making fun of his sweatiness, we’re humorously outraged that he has peons blow dry his armpits.
He’s fucking billionaire. Buy a cool suit.
“ He, too, is consumed by his public image.”
Yeah - I’m calling bullshit. I’ve seen his hairdo.
They could eschew the blow-dryer and go with underarm spray.
I recommend Lysol. And don’t forget the lit match.
I see blue hair in there. Why is there blue hair in there?
It is possible to surgically remove the sweat glands from one’s underarms. Bruce Lee did it.
Botox works well too.
Having read the entire story, I would definitely recommend that Z have the glands removed.
Even Schmidt had his limits.
That’s actually one of the medical uses of botulism toxin. Apparently it can bring pesky sweat glands to heel, in chosen locations, where other measures fail.
I hardly see a problem. JK