Think about how many smells we encounter on a daily basis. Now think about how many BAD smells we encounter. Isn't it amazing that our noses don't just give up and quit or go on strike?
perfume bad breath smoker alcohol dirty need to take a shower overly perfumed with overpriced toilet water gingivitis halitosis old teeth farts shit just plain old stink musk hairspray lotion oils Summer's Eve Old Spice Aqua Net Aqua Velva nicotine tar intestines lungs tissue old man old woman teenager kid farts baby diaper that blue stuff in port-a-potties mothballs
I am noting this as we sit on the runway in NC awaiting takeoff, which can't come soon enough because we are both about to gag from the smell of the two passengers sitting behind us. Oh they appear to be very clean and orderly people, but one whiff and it is evident that we have a lifetime of smoking. I mean it is coming out of their pores. It is stuck in their clothes, lungs, hair, skin, jewelry...thus the prompting of this post.