According to Proctor and Gamble’s annual sweat study, Tucson only ranks 24th when it comes to sweat output in American cities. It takes 77 minutes in the Tucson heat to sweat a gallon, versus just 55 minutes for the nation’s top sweat city, El Paso, Texas.
By Long’s calculations, in just four hours, El Paso’s residents produce enough sweat to fill an Olympic swimming pool, with individuals shedding more than 36 fluid ounces of perspiration an hour.
To which I say: Eeeew. No swimming without goggles in that pool.