9 body woes every man dreads in warm weather

first_img Source: GiphyGrim. So very, very grim.Previously: 8 body woes every woman dreads in warm weather> “SUMMER BREEZE, MAKES me feel fiiii-iiiine…” Where is this summer breeze? And why don’t we feel fine?We’ve taken you through the complications women face when warm weather strikes, and now we’re talking about THE MENZ. They have some serious stuff to deal with in summer too, y’know.The sandals dilemmaAs one male DailyEdge.ie staffer puts it: “Is the additional comfort and ventilation of sandals worth it for the derision and disgust male sandals inspire in all humanity?” Source: Wikimedia Source: WordPressIs it, indeed.Getting a farmer’s tanIrish people aren’t the best at remembering sun cream, so they get sun burned. Source: Flickr/Matt GouletFor men this means dual-toned arms, which as everyone knows is such a sexy look.Bald-patch sunburnAnd then there’s the worry that if you are bald or balding, you’ll get burned up there too. Source: Flickr/Ho John LeeThe horror.Sweat patchesThere’s just no way to style them out. None. Source: ShutterstockTo shave or not to shave?Contrary to popular belief, having a beard will not make you feel hotter in the summer. Summer beard decorating tips Source: Flickr/drainhookSo please listen to this message, from facial hair-loving ladies everywhere: DON’T SHAVE OFF YOUR PRECIOUS BEARDS.The socks or no socks debateSocks are too warm and look terrible with shorts, but no socks could lead to awful foot stink. The very worst offence Source: WikimediaOne TheJournal.ie writer advises men in this dilemma to plump for some ankle socks, which he has described as “a big breakthrough”.Stinking to high heavens Source: NocookieIt’s what sweating profusely does to you. You know you smell bad because you can smell that other lad who’s also sweating profusely, and it’s not pretty.Having to wear a suitPerhaps the ultimate form of warm weather torture.May we suggest a short suit, like Pharrell? Source: ©Chase Rollins 2014/AFF-USA.comOn second thoughts, maybe not.‘Betty swollocks’As readers Patrick Moran and Fergal O’Hagan put it so eloquently in our article about women’s warm weather woes:last_img

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