By Aaron Traister, REDBOOK
DEAR WHYS GUY: In your March Redbook column, you wrote that you steal your wife's products in the shower. You specifically said, "Karel has this sand-lotion stuff that smells like cinnamon and butter, and when you rub it into your skin, you get all tingly, and then when you wash it off and get out of the shower, your skin is still tingly. I swear it feels like you're standing on a mountaintop nude, except you smell like cinnamon." What is Karel is using??? It sounds GREAT!
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DEAR REDBOOK READER:
I have no idea. I think she's started hiding it from me since this issue came out, because I haven't seen it in the shower. In fact, all her stuff has magically disappeared and she's refusing to talk. Now I don't smell good and my skin doesn't tingle. I'm sad. That being said, we can do a little crime scene investigation. Karel is into healthy foods and sustainable, uh, stuff. So it's probably some sort of hippy brand of cinnamon scrub. She's also into local stuff, so maybe its local. Maybe it's rare cinnamon sand from the Jersey Shore? Probably not, but if you have any ideas, let me know.
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Need help decoding odd male behavior? Redbook columnist Aaron Traister, who lives in Philadelphia with his wife and two kids, is our resident male who is happy to answer any questions you might have about the mind of a man. Either leave your questions in the comments or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org Whys Guy in the subject. Letters, emails, and comments may be edited for clarity and length.
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