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Re: How are you with smells?

Postby xcagedsilhouttex » Wed Oct 10, 2018 9:44 am

Squaredonutwheels wrote:Just add a crap ton of chilli to make it tasty and I can eat visibly rotten things without much bother


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Re: How are you with smells?

Postby xSid » Wed Oct 10, 2018 9:54 am

I like some smells that many people seem to dislike, ex, plastic paint, or gasoline, or the (idk how to say in english) the "medicine" for incects in argiculture. and I don't like much the smell of soil after rain, that seems to be a popular smell - it smells a bit like wet $#%^ to me. Guess I am a city boy and more used to industrialized smells than natural ones

Regarding foods, people smells, etc, I don't think I am more sensitive or less sensitive than other people - not that I have anything to compare, anyway, as I don't know how other people perceive smells. It does take a lot more for a smell to disgust me than most people though. Plus I get used very fast even to the most nasty smell and completely stop perceiving it after a while
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Re: How are you with smells?

Postby cutecactus » Wed Oct 10, 2018 10:39 am

I saved my house from a fire twice as a child, first time the gas was still on and the second time an actual small fire (it was put out with water but could’ve burned the house down later) already broke out on a different floor and no one else noticed. In general I don’t think there’s anything abnormal about it now, it’s probably worse because I smoke
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Re: How are you with smells?

Postby Cerpyra » Wed Oct 10, 2018 1:22 pm

I'm sensitive to most scents, especially since I quit smoking. I like the smell of gasoline and freshly-cut wood, but that's probably because I spend the more pleasant parts of my life on a lake where my grandfather builds boats and my close family friends own a marina.
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Re: How are you with smells?

Postby Squaredonutwheels » Thu Oct 11, 2018 11:04 am

xcagedsilhouttex wrote:
Squaredonutwheels wrote:Just add a crap ton of chilli to make it tasty and I can eat visibly rotten things without much bother


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I don't understand. Is that you in the kitchen or is that from a movie?
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