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The Scent

June 25, 2014

I admire a nice fragrance on both males and females if it is a hint of scent. It helps to promote self esteem, self worth, and possibly a feeling of “come hither, I’m yours.” The other day at work I wandered into the men’s restroom heading for the toilet when I was hit with a double whammy scent from a deodorizing machine that spewed out enough chemicals to gag a maggot! It was enough to give one an asthma attack! I reflected on the perfume isles I have to walk through at a department store in the mall heading to the escalator to go up to the men’s clothing department. That’s bad enough. I even had sympathy for Dorothy and friends trudging through the poppy field on the way to Oz. Heck, I was just trying to get to the toilet! I imagine that some female restrooms also contain on of these units. If so, beware. It has to be a mixture of very toxic chemicals not indented to promote a healthy atmosphere. It certainly does not promote self esteem, self worth, or “come hither, I’m yours.” This is just my two cents worth!

Robert Sneed

As a retired Chiropractor now working in the hospitality field, laughter is indeed the stabilizer in my life. My joy is to share this humor with you. Read my new book, "Unexpected Performance" to enjoy the many interesting and crazy events that take place as an audio host including the rather unusual production of a Segway Ballet.

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2 Responses to The Scent

  1. Deb Martin-Webster
    June 27, 2014 at 10:27 am

    Better that than the odoriferous smell of last night’s tacos and stuffed cabbage! 😉

    • Robert Sneed
      June 28, 2014 at 7:14 am

      Thanks for your response. I like tacos and stuffed cabbage. Certainly not toxic!

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