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    DANG, I can smell you through the screen!! :shock: :stink:

    All I have to say is :doctor:
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    (Original post by Indieboohoo)
    I thought they said that about sugar

    All types of foods make you fart, OP is talking about smelling bad s/he didn't mention farting
    How is one type of smell more susceptible to going through the blood than another? :confused:

    Sorry if im being thick, but I cant see any logic there.
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    all the serious replies, lovely :P
    Use the deodrants more often? carry them around in your bag too
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    (Original post by Riderz)
    How is one type of smell more susceptible to going through the blood than another? :confused:

    Sorry if im being thick, but I cant see any logic there.
    :dontknow: Ask someone who does Biology
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    Deodorant just masks a smell. Use antiperspirant-i.e. rolls on stuff. That stops you sweating in the area where you've applied it. Also make sure you let it dry before you put a shirt on. You can always spray some deodorant on afterwards. It works a lot better that way.
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    Try Linden Voss Triple Dry- I find it works really well, but I use it as it is unperfumed, as I get rashes from perfumes... But I do know it is supposed to be really good if you have problems with excess sweating.
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    You need to look at your diet. As mentioned, more fruit, veg and water; less pizza, kebabs, lager.

    If you consider your diet to be balanced, then I'd suggest you have an intolerance to something. Choose something from your diet and stop eating it for a week. If there's no change, choose something else.

    Start with dairy products.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I even use soap
    GTFO!!! :eek:
 
 
 
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