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They're trying to cover the smell of "illegal substances" they don't want people to know they're using...also they don't bathe (except in perfume/cologne)
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02-01-2012 10:38 AM - edited 02-01-2012 10:38 AM
I can't stand strong perfume and cologne either.
Or even average cologne and perfume when people bathe in it.
People who use body spray are particularly bad with it.
But that's a terrible concept to start with.
The whole body doesn't need to be sprayed.
This stuff should just be a gentle hint of a scent in the air.
It's something the other person is only supposed to smell when they get close to you.
It shouldn't be wafting behind you when you walk like Pepe LePieu, killing flowers.
I have literally passed people on a sidewalk, out in the wide open fresh air, and choked on their rancid sprays.
Seriously, how can you spray that much on you that it's leaving a trail when you're outside and not be killing yourself?
I probably dislike perfumes and colognes more than the average person, as I find all but the smallest hints irritating, but a lot of people have very little common sense when it comes to sprays.
Is it so wrong to just smell like a clean human being instead of some industrial acidic concoction that reminds my nose of boiling vinegar?
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02-01-2012 12:54 PM
I wonder that too.
I do enjoy the scent of nice perfume or cologne but not the kind that burns your nostrils.
And not when people literally bathe in it.
I love a nice smelling person that has just a hint of their perfume/cologne so it's not overwhelming.
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