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There comes a point at which your hygiene becomes less your problem and more everyone else's:

My old school nurse never seemed to wash - instead she wrapped herself in crepe bandages from the first aid kits. The smell was beyond pungent. If you got ill at school, it was better to suffer than try and explain symptoms whilst only breathing out.

When she was eventually 'let go',they had to strip the wallpaper in her office to get rid of the lingering odour.

How scuzzy have you got? Or, failing that, how bad have people you know got?

(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 12:40)
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You know who you are, you utter grot.
I lived with this creature for two years, not once in the two years did she clean her room. There were pubes on the ceiling ( I wish I were exaggerating), thick mats of ginger hair in every corner and truly questionable stains down the walls. How do you stain WALLS?!?
She also used to use dirty pans to cook her food, working on the assumption that "the heat will kill any bugs", yes, that's as maybe, but it wont destroy the bits of food from SOMEONE ELSES DINNER from last night.
Showering only happened when she broke a sweat, which was rare. You know there's something wrong when you can smell someone's hair from across a room, or when their bedroom door gets left open, and the smell makes itself known 3 floors up...
(, Thu 29 Mar 2007, 11:59, Reply)
Good(?) timing
Just walked past a new entrant and he stinks of B.O...great, thought we got rid of all the freaks in the last shipment to India.
(, Thu 29 Mar 2007, 11:16, Reply)
Stinky annoying guy
There is a dude(I use the term loosely) not mentioning any names like James Kenevan in my college class who stinks of BO. Everytime you're near him you can smell it. Except noone else can? I don't even have a very strong sense of smell,but it is clear as crystal that he washes his clothes in urinals.

Even worse when I was on an Outward Bound course on an expedition I shared a one man tent with a guy, heads to feet like. And he hadn't washed before we'd started the expedition! He didnt even bring any spare clothes. Good job I was too ill to smell anything.
(, Thu 29 Mar 2007, 11:12, Reply)
In junior schoon, I used to hang around with
one of the stinkiest little bastards I've ever met, so as I was so conscious of how much he stunk, my hygiene has always been superb. I mean it, he even shat himself during a cooking lesson, like WTF? Anyway, he was the school "skank" so to speak, and got picked on a hell of allot...

I went to one of the worst senior schools in the country, and one year a group of "travellers", or "bin dipping pikey skum bags" moved into a "green" area of the town. Of course it wasn't to be green for much longer. Anyway, one of the kids from this bunch was to be joining our class temporarily, the teacher had a word with us before hand to be nice and welcoming... Of all the things in the world, I bet the last thing the teacher expected was *absolutely everyone* in the class (minus the teacher) making fake puking noises the second she walked in. hurlhurlhuhuhuhhurrrrlhurlhurlhuhuhuhhurrrrlhurlhurlhuhuhuhhurrrrlhurlhurlhuhuhuhhurrrrlhurlhurlhuhuhuhhurrrrl... etc etc. for about 5 minutes...

Oh yeah, sorry, she was probably the female coutnerpart of the kid mentioned at the beginning, yes she stunk, and yes she looked like she had been set on fire and put out with a spade, complete with stink lines, flies and everything!

Kids can be nasty little shits can't they?
(, Thu 29 Mar 2007, 8:58, Reply)
I'm a university student Stateside
whose name I can't mention for Very Good Reasons, and I was one of numerous victims of a certain unwashed overweight gentleman who lived on my floor of the dorm. The sweat trapped in his copious hair emitted a combination of odors so powerful that you knew he was coming by smell before you saw or heard him. Once, when prodded to take a shower, he didn't, since "his shampoo was upside down". Most people tried to avoid the part of the floor where his room was. I don't know how his roommie dealt with it, the poor guy.
(, Thu 29 Mar 2007, 0:03, Reply)
First day the lift opened
I live in south tyneside, and in doing so benefit greatly from the Metro service, not! lol anyways..

At this perticular metro station which was bout 2 secs away from my old house, it had lifts aswell as stairs from the bottom to the top.

The day before this the station opened, my mate or should i say someone i knew decided to get in the lift right at the end of the night and leave a lovely turd for the passengers in the morning to get a waft of lol.

I was up early myself for work the next day and obviously knew not to get the lift up, the faces of the people that did get the lift up where the funniest thing ive ever seen in my life, one women was wreching and being sick on the platform!

That'll teach people that decide not to use the stairs the lazy bastards! :)
(, Wed 28 Mar 2007, 22:59, Reply)
Have this one from before, since it's about shite
(, Wed 28 Mar 2007, 21:48, Reply)

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