Irish Spring is an American brand of deodorant soap that is marketed by the Colgate-Palmolive company since 1970. Television advertisements for the product have usually been set in an Irish village or a forest. Irish Spring isn’t sold in Ireland and most Irish people have never heard of it.
Perspiration, also known as sweating, is the production of fluids secreted by the sweat glands in the skin of mammals. The apocrine sweat glands are restricted to the armpits and a few other areas of the body and produce an odorless, oily, opaque secretion which then gains its characteristic odor from bacterial decomposition.
The Aran jumper (Irish: Geansaí Árann) is a style of jumper that takes its name from the Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland. A traditional Aran Jumper usually is off-white in colour, with cable patterns on the body and sleeves. Use of the word jumper (or other options such as “pullover” and “jersey”) is largely determined by the regional version of English used. In the case of Ireland, Britain and Australia, “jumper” is the standard word, “jersey” is used in South Africa whereas “sweater” is mainly found in tourist shops and in North America.
William Colgate, a devout Baptist English immigrant soap and candle maker established in 1806 a starch, soap, and candle factory on Dutch Street in New York City under the name William Colgate & Company.