the olfactory primaryBoston GlobetakesReaping Profit in Study, Sweat
Dressed in a crisp blue shirt, with a white collar and gold collar-pin, Romney appeared to be the model of a successful young financier, with one exception. His shirt, according to colleague Geoffrey Rehnert, was drenched dark with sweat under his arms. "Mitt was struggling," Rehnert says. "And he wasn't used to struggling." [snip] On his way to the top, Rehnert says, Romney sweat his way through the underarms of so many shirts that his colleagues came up with a term for it: "pitting."
Samuel Jacobs