Deep Heat. I guess you are all familiar with this family healthcare product, the UK’s No. 1 selling pain relief heat brand, marketed by The Mentholatum Company, Inc. since 1889. It is a deep vapour rub, active ingredients: 30% Methyl salicylate and 8% Menthol, and is designed to offer effective and targeted pain relief with the relaxing benefits of heat therapy. (It says here)
Suitable for Joint problems, muscle strains and rheumatic pain.
Not then to be confused with something like, say for instance toothpaste.
Enter my old mate Chawkey.
One Sunday morning after the night before, tongue like the bottom of a parrot’s cage, eyelids like flypaper, Chawkey stumbles into the bathroom to brush his teeth. To compound matters Deep Heat is sold in a tube. Not good for those of us who for a variety of reasons (chiefly the consumption of alcohol) have to perform functions in the bathroom by braille.
In his haze what does he do (and I think you may be ahead of me here ….) but only start to brush his teeth with same mix of menthol and methylwhastsit …
He says he couldn’t taste anything for 2 weeks after,
He’s only done it the once.
© Andy Daly 2015
Deep Heat I am sure also came in an aerosol can. A good old chortle would be had in the soccer changing room when someone sprayed a liberal amount into some poor unsuspecting victim’s bundies whilst they took a post match shower. Not sure how the pain compares to the toothpaste experience.
Ref: Winnits do I get a prize for finding this?
You ought to! Well done that man. So all those hours reading Viz weren’t wasted. Winnits. Lovely word. Found your post on Stella v. interesting.
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