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BO odor from thrift shop clothes HELP?

My local thrift shoppe has alot of great clothes, the only problem is once you go inside, the stink of BO is intense. I ignore it and buy new tops but some of them have bad odor coming from the underarms sleeves. ( Not all of them, just the ones I seem to like) What I tried is washing them but the smell stays. So I thought if I at least had my own BO odor in the armpits it would then make the clothes ' mine' in a way. Can I control the situation by contacting safety board or find another method?


well it can be both. it depends on the moves you put in around it.
if using lasers: (my favorite, they are crisp and amazing) iso of 100, shutter speed 30-60 seconds. aperture auto set, use a tripod. flashlight: tripod, iso 400, shutter speed about 25-35 seconds, aperture autoset. good one: shine multiple colored lasers on ceiling or walls and draw stuff. Hint: zoom all the way out when taking shot.
To clear up some misconceptions: Hip Hop is a culture, not a dance style or music genre. Breakdancing is called B-boying/Breaking, which is the dance aspect of Hip Hop. Popping and Locking are not a part of Breaking. Popping and Locking have their own histories. MISCONCEPTION: POPPIN AND LOCKIN ARE A PART OF HIP HOP DANCE TECHNICALLY POPPIN AND LOCKIN HAVE THERE OWN HISTORY THAT EXISTED BEFORE THEY EVER NEW WHAT HIP HOP WAS. THERE MOVEMENT WAS BASED MORE ON WEST COAST FUNK. BUT THE COLLABORATION OF THE TWO CULTURES CREATED A GREAT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BOTH COASTS. ESPECIALLY IN DANCE - Mr. Wiggles Techincally, popping and locking aren't part of breaking or Hip Hop.

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