When I was in Manhattan last Saturday with my father and older brother (sister-in-law and nephews stayed home in New Jersey), there was an Armenian protest on Ninth Avenue which is the same street as the — get this — temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; no tear gas involved. They were protesting about Turkey and Azerbaijan.
Just break up with her already. You know she has a nose ring…
Oh for crying out loud, just tell her her perfume is too strong.
You don’t like my perfume?I’d prefer you with nothing on.
If Baldo wants to keep his boo, he better man up…or not.
Life-changing decision coming up in 3, 2, 1 …
It’s the smoke from all the wildfires!
Number 4 – Oh I love that smell, it reminds me of my Grand Aunt Joanna!
Didn’t know the Baldo clan lived in Portland.
IF she doesn’t shower she sprays.. And it’s not just women. I’ve had to leave restaurants because some guy nearby poured a bottle of cologne over his head that morning.
I recently had a medical test that involved using a special contrast medium or dye that may or may not have been radioactive, the minute it hit my blood stream I could smell it throughout my body and for roughly 24 hours afterwards as well, everything I sniffed had the same odor.
Three ways…three expressions ( not nice) in Estella’s eyes. Baldo, stop while you’re ahead!
She is pretty dense to not realize that Baldo is repulsed by her heavy perfume.
Seriously. You aren’t supposed to smell your own perfume. “Its called ‘nose fatigue’. After a few minutes of spraying a perfume on yourself, you will not smell it. The nose registers that smell and in a while gets saturated with the same smell. Hence in perfume shops they offer to smell coffee beans, which breaks the smell so your nose can smell other odours.” You aren’t supposed to wear it on your clothes and your friends shouldn’t smell it on themselves especially 12 hours after giving you a hug.
Bride of Frankincense? LOL! XD!
Maybe she has Covid and can’t smell the perfume. :-(