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    Thing is, smell is mostly an issue at the subconscious level. So if 'smells bad' means 'pheremones (sp?) are screaming NO!', then that's a very bad idea. Otherwise, unlikely to be that big an issue.
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    I think I agree that sick is the least repellent of those 4 horsemen of olfactory apocalypse. At least you might have been eating sugared violets or turkish delight before vomitting, then it wouldn't smell too bad.
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    The latter! 'Smelling average' is the reason why the cologne industry is worth billions of dollars and we're all thankful for it
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    (Original post by i_feel_shiny)
    The latter! 'Smelling average' is the reason why the cologne industry is worth billions of dollars and we're all thankful for it
    Precisely
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    hmmm
    looks don't last forever
    can I have a trophy bf that looks good whilst I'm young and once his looks start to fade exchange him for someone who smells good.

    Hell, just give me someone who can make me laugh.
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    (Original post by Sunofnight)
    When I said average looks I didn't mean ugly, most of us on here are average.
    Speak for yourself, i'm stunning
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Speak for yourself, i'm stunning
    Sunofnight is stunning hes not speaking for himself :p: (Joking)
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    has the OP actually got to choose between the two then?
 
 
 
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