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If I can...

...smell your perfume (or cologne) for several minutes after you leave the area, I have to assume 1 of 2 things:

1) Your olfactory nerve has become paralyzed by your frequent dousings of scent and you have to use quantities that would probably kill small laboratory testing animals.

2) You don't bathe.

Artificial scents are gawdaful and people who use them have to use more than anyone else can stand, because their nose actually does become paralyzed and cannot smell as well. This includes perfumes, colognes, scented body washes and shampoos. This is your body's way of telling you that artifiicial scents are not good. Please heed it and just say no.

Dryer sheets are bad, too. Especially in a condominium complex. Just say no.

Our noses (and yours) will say "thank you."


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Clay and Adam are a couple of dorks.

But I certainly had nothing to do with this monstosity.

Or did I?