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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)

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