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  • #46
    I think wet dog smells like goat.

    Hence, Americans smell like goats.

    I feel bad for everyone who has to get close enough to someone to smell them. I avoid smelling people at all costs.

    I would think lepers smell worst of all. Poor lepers! Please send all your money to the lepers!
    Sweet Madame Belu


    • #47
      Gee, 4now...
      I was saying what I read, similarly to Josephine, cant be just fiction, but of course, I am not going to argue for something that I dont know for a face fact.
      And obviously, I dont judge people by their smell, but if I come accross a certain ethnic group whose members usually happen to smell like cooked food, then is it strange that I (and other people like me) can draw the conclusion that people from that group smell (moreso their clothes).
      Finally "Trojan Horse" for those who may be wondering is not related to the rubber brand...
      (IT) "a program that appears desirable but actually contains something harmful"
      (History 102, Literature) "The Trojan Horse was an instrument of war used by the Greeks to gain access to the city of Troy."
      I h


      • #48
        The book was "Not without my Daughter" by Betty something or other.
        Sweet Madame Belu


        • #49
          I saw/heard Betty (can't remember her last name either) speak at a televised luncheon last friday. Her story varies a good bit from the movie and is really interesting. As far as smell goes, I don't really care what other people do as long as I'm not in smell range. After smelling a Frenchman as he boarded the plane last week (with shirt unbuttoned halfway down his belly...) I'll have to say that I did feel very sorry for those sitting at the rear of the plane.


          • #50
            Betty Mahmoody.

            I'd rather smell body odor than cologne!

            I can't breathe around that stuff!

            :icturing french guy saying, "Hey bebee, how about a kissy wissy?"::

            I bet he had gold necklace too? Probably a horn.
            Sweet Madame Belu


            • #51
              That's the name! No gold chain...


              • #52
                It is interesting how we all have read that book and base our experiences on it


                • #53
                  I will say one thing. The book changed my mind about going to Pakistan.

                  I really would have liked to visit there.
                  Sweet Madame Belu


                  • #54
                    There is NO WAY my American friends would let me go anyway. They'd send a posse to the airport to get me.
                    Sweet Madame Belu


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