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Edited by Sduibek - 6/14/14 at 8:33pm
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Ooo, that's a wonderful smell. Try used (and factory-original) diff oil out of an '87 Blazer that's turned into gray mud >.<

Try drinking more water. Lots more water.
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Ooo, that's a wonderful smell. Try used (and factory-original) diff oil out of an '87 Blazer that's turned into gray mud >.<

Try drinking more water. Lots more water.
And try adding some Channel nÂș5 to the water
post #4 of 33
Sneak up on a skunk. You won't notice your "smell" anymore.
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My sweat smells like onions, so count yourself lucky
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Full body deodorant?
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Full body deodorant?
lol. I totally should have expected such a comment from you

AXE(tm)for the winning!
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Try drinking more water. Lots more water.
Sounds good.

They say to drink "8 glasses" each day and being that i'm not active (i.e. not sweating much/regularly) I think what i'm going to do is drink 8 of my 64-ounce mug each day. We'll see how that goes
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Do other people notice this smell? There are other things that can cause your sense of smell to go haywire. If no one else smells it you should mention it to your doctor.
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Edited by Sduibek - 6/14/14 at 8:34pm
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I use WD-40 as aftershave myself.
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I use WD-40 as aftershave myself.
I use WD-40 the way it was intended, as a lubricant!


Also, I've found duct tape works really well as bandages...




EK
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PCP will be fine.
post #14 of 33
Try bathing in GoJo...with lanolin of course.
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Eat a lot of Indian and Middle Eastern food.
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