if you’re gonna ask if I wear [too much] cologne, Tony, the answer is nay
my teen son wears too much also, no matter how many times I’ve told him the correct way to put it on.
6/22/13: Do you say anything to “nasal offenders”?
Our doctor’s office has a sign that states no perfumes or colognes allowed.
No, I just run away out of sniffing range.
Too lazy to take a bath!
I think the answer to both is no sense of smell. In the kid, it’s not developed; in the elderly, it’s worn out. They have hearing aids and glasses; why can’t somebody come up with a “nose aid”?
Axe Body Spray was developed to make it easier to identify the stupid people. That and Monster Energy Drink.
That would depend on the offending smell and if I can escape it or not. The worst thing is turning down an isle of a store and getting accosted by a vaporous cloud you didn’t even know was there.
I used to think Old Spice was nice until my X started using it. Certain ethnicities seem never to go past that TEEN phase where they pour it on by the handfuls. I love my Shalimar, but I seldom use it (mostly just for a dressy event with a crowd where it becomes another accessory (just a dab behind the ears and in cleavage).
The worst are when it is so strong that it is in a room after they are gone.
Sep 13, 2014