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What is the worst smell that you have ever had the pleasure of experiencing?


And, if you want, share how it made you feel.

 

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Beth Perry (bethperry) says

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    Kari (Relationshipc) 3 years ago

    See, I like the smell of fresh tar. That's interesting. I'm sure some people, without allergies to it, don't like it either.

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    Kari (Relationshipc) 3 years ago

    Ewwww...What else can I say...

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    Kari (Relationshipc) 3 years ago

    OMG! Yep, I could imagine that would be my top to if I had smelled that. *gag*

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    Kari (Relationshipc) 3 years ago

    I've worked at a few hospitals, so I know this smell well. Agreed.


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Michael Valencia (SoundNFury) says

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    Kari (Relationshipc) 3 years ago

    Interesting punishment - and memorable to say the least. I think that is a great way to convert people from drinking while driving...make them face the unpleasant stench of death. Thanks for sharing.

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    Kari (Relationshipc) 3 years ago

    I have experienced migraines, so I know exactly what you are talking about. I have also smelled rotting wounds, and it is enough to fill up a house with a nauseating smell. I agree, I would rather smell something nice like that! lol


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Andrew Spacey (chef-de-jour) says

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    Kari (Relationshipc) 3 years ago

    Wow, I wonder what is next for you. :)

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    Kari (Relationshipc) 3 years ago

    I looked it up - I think being hypersensitive to smells is called hyperosmia. I know that if I go into a fish restaurant my appetite disappears immediately, so I kind of have an idea of what you mean.

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    Kari (Relationshipc) 3 years ago

    Yep, that's a bad one!

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    Kari (Relationshipc) 3 years ago

    Wow! I can imagine enough to actually gag.

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