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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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Work colleague........
We have someone who works in our office who has a drink problem that seems to have a cumulative effect on him.

During the week he'll go and have a few pints - he can drink, ex-rugby player who is about 22 stones, he never seems drunk during the first couple of the days of the week, but as the week progresses, normally by friday when he comes to work, he's a pissed as the proverbial newt.

One of the worse aspects of his cumulative pissedness is that he loses bladder control, and has often had accidents leaving a nasty horrible wet patch, noticable to all.

His chair - now there's the skanky bit, it's an old grey padded chair - with, you guessed it, a yellow tidemark where it soaks up the residual piss.

Every monday, the tidemark get's higher due to the previous fridays' accidents, and one of the funniest laughs - it's an office, we're big kids when we get there - is when some unsuspecting soul forgets about it, and sits down on it.............

Sorry for length, but it would take a good 30 minutes of anyone else's time at the urinal for all that's been soaked into the chair.
(, Fri 23 Mar 2007, 16:12, Reply)

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