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post #16 of 33
I swear by Right Guard Sport Clear Gel deodorant. With anything else, I stink at the end of the day.
post #17 of 33
Eat lots of pineapple and papaya.

Oh wait, that wasnt to smell good, that was to taste good.
Scratch that.

Ummmmm, you need to change your body chemistry balance.
If it happened all of a sudden, have your hair sampled so they can see whats changed.
Go on vitamins.
The lots of water thing is good.
Find a chick that works on cars and loves the smell.
Change your shower Gel.
Wear Pheromones.
Take a shower after working on the car, preferably the same week.
Get a colon cleanse.
Take body cleansing herbs.
Acupuncture.
See an exorsist.
post #18 of 33
Sweat tasting good...?
post #19 of 33
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Edited by Sduibek - 6/14/14 at 8:36pm
post #20 of 33
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There's that definite oil smell, with a slightly "nutty" air about it and a bit more kick -- just like the gear oil!
I feel for you; I've a bottle of gear oil I use to lubricate my chain. It's foul smelling stuff... far worse than normal engine oil.

May I suggest using a little "essence of clutch" after your next shave? You'll be attracting a certain type of person... some of those hard-core prison jailbirds with big beards...

On a more serious note, you haven't swallowed any of it lately have you? Been syphoning from the gearbox?

Some things leave our bodies as odours from our sweat pores...

~Phewl.
post #21 of 33
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I feel for you; I've a bottle of gear oil I use to lubricate my chain. It's foul smelling stuff... far worse than normal engine oil.
I kinda like it's smell but let's keep that our secret. It does tend to sting the nostrils and overpower everything else, though.

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On a more serious note, you haven't swallowed any of it lately have you? Been syphoning from the gearbox?
Heh. No I have not.
post #22 of 33
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I use WD-40 the way it was intended, as a lubricant!


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




EK
WD-40 wasnt intended as a lubricant. "Developed in 1953 by Norm Larsen, then working for the Rocket Chemical Company, it was originally designed to repel water and prevent corrosion,[1] and later was found to have numerous household uses." WD = Water Deterrent. On boats when water would get on the electrical stuffs they would throw WD-40 on it to get all the water off.
post #23 of 33
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Sweat tasting good...?
He's talking about the taste of, uh, something else...
post #24 of 33
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Edited by Sduibek - 6/14/14 at 8:36pm
post #25 of 33
I've been around cars and people who work on them for a while... this is new o_O

Never smelled one like oil
post #26 of 33
Try a different body soap? (Personally, I use natural olive oil based soap, it's awesome!)
Maybe a hot bath or a sauna?
Don't use Sex Panther by Odeon? (sorry if you haven't seen Anchorman)
Regular exercise helps detox as well.
Increase vitamin C intake?
post #27 of 33
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Sweat tasting good...?
mine tastes like Pellegrino, then again i drink enough of the stuff to just come out of my pores...



to the OP, what are you eating? garlic or something?
post #28 of 33
Save your sweat in a jar so you can take a whiff and compare them from day to day to see if any of the suggestions listed worked.
post #29 of 33
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to the OP, what are you eating? garlic or something?
Nope. Been eating more raw fruits and veggies lately. *shrug*
post #30 of 33
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Don't use Sex Panther by Odeon? (sorry if you haven't seen Anchorman)
"60 percent of the time it works... every time."
"That's the smell of desire, m'lady"

Regular excersize would probably help. As of current i'm a sedintary (sp?) bastard and need to lose ~75 pounds.
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