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     Tuesday, February 10, 2004

    Do different races smell differently?
    Do different races smell differently? I got this link from Memepool
    This is a very strange thing to find people asking. I don't think it's race specific but there does seem to be an odour that is associated with what you eat. I attempted the lactose free world for a few weeks (I had a cold and I was also curious as to how difficult it was) and I found that people who drink milk smell like milk. You know that smell babies have (more so when they've just been fed)? It's that smell but to a lesser degree. This person has defined it as spoiled milk... but I know what they mean. It's weird. I wouldn't be at all surprised to find that other pungent smells were easily identified when leaving the skin. I mean people say Onions and Garlic are smelly.. I can't tell I eat so much of it :) I notice when I eat celery I smell of it for a day or so. Conclusion: People really do smell like what they eat. People I apologise in advance.. I will never ever stop smelling like Garlic, Onion, Capsicum and Chilli. Heh. :)

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