@eVil@shirlema I think the observation was intended to prompt potential purchasers to actually look at the dimensions. By the standards of typical “cold packs” of my experience, these are decidedly undersized. I’m sure that’s for good reason; the usual kind is not set up to adhere directly to skin, so these logically should not be as large. But they’ll need to be swapped out more often, too.
@yakkoTDI Better question, “Are they gluten free?”
What about “Will they cause cancer when shipped to California?”
And always, “Are they sustainably sourced?”, since Antarctic ice is melting?
Finally, “Is the product free trade?” and “Are the winter wheat and ice farmers paid a living wage?”
If you’re as hairy all over as me, do they also double as a free wax job? YOU KNOW, I bet that’s why they call it a PAINCAKE! I got enough hair on top of my tramp stamp to weave an Indian blanket.
Come to think of it, I’m as insulated as a beaver. I’m like Chewbacca, but only if Chewbacca ate nutrafol, dabbed on GRO serum, & used a 3-month supply of Minoxidil 50% Topical Foam in 3 days. What’s the word on these being cold enough to penetrate the permafuzz layer?
Ever see the inside of a AED kit for heart attack victims? Those come with like a single razor shaver like a Shick… you’re supposed to get down to bare skin before you stick the zapper paddles on someone’s chest… but I’d be dead before somebody dry-shaved a 4"x4" patch on my chest…
That said, if they were to use the sticky paddles to wax my crotch, they wouldn’t even need to shock me. I’D BOLT UPRIGHT… BACK FROM THE DEAD… oozing blood from the crotch (like I imagine Charlie Sheen does).
Ooooooo!! I bet these would be good for blood-oozing wax-job crotch-pain, huh?