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Rob Greenfield and the art of simple living

Could you live without deodorant, a bank account, or a cellphone? Rob Greenfield talks to Brut about the 5 things he's learned to live without.

08/02/2020 4:58 PM

9 comments

  • Paula C.
    10/11/2020 13:46

    Why he thinks like that? 💩

  • Yalanda S.
    10/11/2020 12:02

    Yes cause bank in those tens of thousands of years. They would go out in pick herbs in replacement.

  • 윤예지
    10/09/2020 13:44

    In the Philippines we use '"ALUM" or as we call it here, "TAWAS", as deodorant. It is very effective as it lasts for the whole day and it doesn't harm your underarm's sensitive skin. It has 2 variations, powder and crystal. Hope you try this!

  • Malik R.
    10/09/2020 10:33

    Wypipo are the dirtiest people on the planet!! I can smell this dude’s funk through the cpu!!! Nasty af!!

  • Ta K.
    10/09/2020 09:04

    Deodorant is for namsu smell of keeruu

  • Frankie B.
    10/09/2020 08:21

    Umm some of y’all stank, don’t get it twisted, some of you heaux may be able get away with no deodorant and some of y’all smell homeless, and no patchouli doesn’t cover up your nasty.

  • Salma M.
    10/09/2020 04:20

    For the Deodorant, in the past before it does exist, people were eating from the ground. No process food, nothing fast food. I guess if you gave these stuff, like processed milk, cheese and other stuff. You will be able to give it up with the condition of eating totally healthy and shower everyday. Me personally I did gave up Deodorants with bad chemicals and started to use the ones without aluminium because it's bad for health and it can cause breast cancer. It's a step but I cannot live without it

  • Ana S.
    10/09/2020 00:52

    I'm sorry you do need deodorant if your going to live close to me

  • James F.
    10/09/2020 00:05

    Or you can be around people

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