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People who smell suck.

I come across them all the time, being that I spend a lot of time in the library. I am hit with offensive odors all the time.

I just want to start passing out care kits. That way to the bathroom, this is water, this is soap...

Clean and beautiful and fresh Loon

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Ugh! Don't get me started on people who stink.

I don't care if people don't want to shower for days on end or put deodorant on, it's their Business.

But.......when you go out in public where you know there will be a lot of people. (Especially during summer) Like Disneyland, Sea world or you take Public Transporation.(Standing in a long line at Disneyland when someone has BO it is enough to kill yourself)

clean up a little bit you may be used to your offensive orders but don't subject them to others!!!! It's a nightmare!

Note: I will never take public transportation. Did it a few times and I nearly died. I love the sanctuary of my Car!

And, for those who have to take it, I mean nothing bad by it.

It just gives me severe anxiety even thinking about it.

Edit: Also Supermarkets!!! Fudge! I could go on forever.

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In my library, the worst smelling people are:

a. our fellow MI folk, esp. some who live on the streets

b. folks from other cultures who don't "do as Romans when in Rome"

Tommy

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"b. folks from other cultures who don't "do as Romans when in Rome"

We had this issue when I was in college. Middle eastern men who just dosed themselves with cologne. One guy was really nice so a couple of us explained the local custom of showering daily and using deoderant. Since it was done in a nice and friendly manner, he was actually thankful and gave it a whirl. The main problem for him was getting used to having all the water you wanted. He was having trouble breaking out of childhood patterns.

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nothing human is disgusting. get over yourself.

raven

Are you sure about this?

Edit: because you can trade seats with me in a crowded movie theater. With someone that has bad BO. I knowyou won't mind ;)

Wait, wait..........Someone passed gas in the supermarket line, let me take a big whif!

I guess loon and I should total get over ourselves. hrm.

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nothing human is disgusting. get over yourself.

raven

I agree Raven, and there is a whole person, heart and many reasons beyond our knowledge or need to know, under all of that.

As one that will be using the public transportation of Boston very soon, and oh so grateful for it, guess all I can say to others that so need so much all them space, is what Raven said, get over yourselves.

And little inside trick of cops, line inside of nostrils w/ vicks, they do that for entering homes with dead decaying bodies, don't think any odor could top that one.

Aly

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The smell can be wretched, but they can still be good people. The smelliest guy in our library likes to talk to me for up to an hour at a time and is fascinating to talk to. He is a paranoid schizophrenic who seldom takes his meds, but knows everything there is to know about movies. I no longer smell him when he talks to me, but the first few months I had to supress gags to do so.

Tommy

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The smell can be wretched, but they can still be good people. The smelliest guy in our library likes to talk to me for up to an hour at a time and is fascinating to talk to. He is a paranoid schizophrenic who seldom takes his meds, but knows everything there is to know about movies. I no longer smell him when he talks to me, but the first few months I had to supress gags to do so.

Tommy

You are a good man 'Her Tommy'

I like you!!!

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Raven-

I think most people are offended by people who just don't take care of themselves. there's a difference between people of other cultures (who can smell, but i respect their culture) and of course the MI, and people who just don't care.

THAT'S WHAT WATER AND DEO ARE FOR!! LOL

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Shut up my friend- I am NOT SV. Keep that to your former job! LOL

hehehehe... I just meant sand in general ;-)

Hell, my boss and I (both male) have had so much sand that our lab became the first ever desert in the state of Georgia.

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Shut up my friend- I am NOT SV. Keep that to your former job! LOL

hehehehe... I just meant sand in general ;-)

Hell, my boss and I (both male) have had so much sand that our lab became the first ever desert in the state of Georgia.

hahahaha! You are great!

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nothing human is disgusting. get over yourself.

raven

While you might enjoy the full range of human experience, from coprophagia, pedophilia, and John Tesh to

haute cuisine, marital union, and art - that's not necessarily true for everyone else. Then again, as our

limitations are human too - you've got quite a bit of "getting over" to do yourself, no?

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and that also goes for the lovely women doused in Nahema perfume, wearing every possible smelly toiletry available. Hair shampoo, conditioner, hair mousse, hair spray, body shampoo, any and all stinky face makeup, the loudest possible deodorant, crotch spray, lotions, potions,and oils. It's like 15 whiffs in one. That's why I run through Nordy's perfume department (and places like it)

In other words the ultra "clean" ones sometimes stink more than the non clean ones. Talk about a perfume headache. Be trapped on a train with an "ultra clean" for an hour. You'll feel like your head is gonna explode.

lilie

p.s. hee hee john tesh

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Or freshman frat boys who've just discovered cologne - and seem to have bathed in it...

Maybe it's faulty memory on my part, but tobacco and perfume seem to hang in the air longer and

project farther than "damn I need a shower but I need to pick up just one thing from the store"

( Side note: why do people seem to want to be inside my "personal space" even more than normal

when *I* don't want to be down-wind of me? )

Come to think of it, I don't think a landfill or a rank urinal has ever set off a sneezing fit for me. Perfume

counter? Oh yeah. "Joop" nailed my nasal passages but good.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Yeah NT, I'm counting all people who stink. I used to be one of those annoying ladies who try to sell you perfume in the cosmetics section of a department store, and I know that by the time I got home, no one wanted to be near me! I sucked.

I'm not wanting to say that people who either under- or overuse hygeine suck as people. They're probably very nice people. I'm just saying that it can be really gross to be in their proximity.

My wonderful, great ex-roommate and best friend had/has this problem. As an Asperger's person, he sometimes doesn't take care of himself. I lived with him for several months. Love him to death, but could never get him to use the shampoo or soap he bought in bulk quantities, obsessively. He actually bought a membership at Sam's Club just to get deals on bulk items- never mind that both of us couldn't use all that stuff by the end of the time it takes for mummies to fall apart.

;) your loon

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