Everybody Sweats, Even Famous People

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Everybody Sweats, Even Famous People

Summer is the best time of the year, because of the beach, the ocean, fresh fruit, beer, sports, and enough Vitamin D to end seasonal depression. But it comes with a cost: humiliating sweat stains. You are not alone. Look at all these sweaters.

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Mitt Romney campaigning in High Point, North Carolina, in August 2012.

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(Photo via Associated Press.)

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A ConEd worker takes a break while looking for the source of a power outage during New York City's heat wave-induced brownouts in July 2011.

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Cee-Lo during the 42nd Montreux Jazz Festival in July 2008.

(Photo via Reuters.)

Romania's Simona Halep battles sweat and Maria Sharapova at the China Open tennis tournament in October 2012.

(Photo via Associated Press.)

A Chinese soldier's perspiration is managed at the Ngong Shuen Chau Naval Base in Hong Kong in April 2004.

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A Chinese soldier squints through sweat during a military parade in August 2004 in Hong Kong.

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Emma Stone and a production assistant help primp The Help producer Brunson Green during a screening in Mississippi in July 2011.

(Photo via Associated Press.)

Rafael Nadal at the Indian Wells ATP tennis tournament in March 2012.

(Photo via Reuters.)

Serena Williams after beating Venus Williams at the WTA Championships in November 2009.

(Photo via Reuters.)

George W. Bush starts sweating during his "Ask the President" even in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in July 2004.

(Photo via Associated Press.)

Conservative member of British Parliament Kenneth Clarke gets excited in October 2000.

(Photo via Reuters.)

These people are buried in hot sand as a medical treatment in the Buriram province of Cambodia in June 1998. The doctor wipes their brows.

(Photo via Reuters.)

Lebanon's El Zetn Youssef perspired at the heavyweight bodybuilding competition at the Asian Games in October 2002.

(Photo via Reuters.)

Steve "USS" Cunningham gets punched in the face by Yoan Pablo Hernandez of Cuba during their IBF cruiserweight World Championship title re-match February 2012.

(Photo via Reuters.)

Sweat + sand on U.S.A.'s Emily Day during a beach volleyball match against Guatemala in October 2011.

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Coachella 2006.

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Coachella 2011.

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