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post #76 of 102

+1 on stinky tofu.

 

I was in China once at this buffet restaurant, tried the stinky tofu. My coworker said if you can get past the smell (more like stench to me), its actually not bad (he had it before). Well I couldn't get past the smell and gagged and almost puked when I tried it but the ice cream fixed it.

 

Then these two young good looking chinese women came in and beelined to the stinky tofu.


Edited by wuwhere - 7/21/13 at 5:56pm
post #77 of 102

Have you ever lived near a meat processing plant?

We lived miles away from one and every time we drove past it we had to put up the car windows it was so bad.

Anyone who lived near it probably had their home values drop majorly.

 

Not sure what causes that really.

 

Not the worst, but close.


Edited by tdockweiler - 7/21/13 at 6:13pm
post #78 of 102
Rotten liquified potato is the most noisome odor ever conceived....hands down!

Noisome, malodorous, fetid, rancid, putrid, noxious, stinky, musty, frowsty, reeking, fusty, rank, funky.....nasty stench. frown.gif
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Ever come across a potato that has been left in a damp, un-ventilated, dark cabinet for about 3 months in the middle of a ridiculously hot summer in an apartment with little to no proper climate control? I have no idea how it got there or how my roommate and I went another 3 months without smelling it or opening the cabinet but when we finally did, the rancid smell was awful and would not dissipate.


I've got to second diesel. We use it up here to freeze protect oil wells and whenever we pull tools and there is a bit of trapped pressure, the people closest to the toolstring (AKA me, in many cases) usually get a good dousing. Sucks even more when it happens the day you're flying home and don't have time to take a shower before you have to catch the plane...
post #79 of 102

I've eaten stinky tofu on more than one occasion...

 

Personally I'd say it's when I go into a cave only to discover it's inhabited by bats, that is they've used the place as a toilet for generations and generations. I hate the smell of bat guano and everything associated with it.

post #80 of 102

Gorgonzola cheese

 

Rotten prawns.

post #81 of 102

Crazy lady on the subway. Smelled like the fermented and baked contents of several porto potties. Like if you did all your business in your thick wool garments every day for 3 years and never changed them. She appeared to be wearing a heavy dose of pungent perfume to mask the smell but it made it 10 times worse. Within 2 stops, half the subway car was cleared out. People were gagging 20 feet away. I moved to the next car along with a group of women and one of them started thanking Jesus that she escaped.


Edited by mrip541 - 7/22/13 at 10:28am
post #82 of 102

Oh what's really nasty is the smell combo of cigarettes and perfume. Yuck!

BTW I never realized how many women smoked cigars. Every time I go down to the convenience store they're always buying them. For some reason I always thought it was something only men did. biggrin.gif

post #83 of 102
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BTW I never realized how many women smoked cigars. Every time I go down to the convenience store they're always buying them. For some reason I always thought it was something only men did. biggrin.gif

 

 

post #84 of 102
post #85 of 102
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Oh what's really nasty is the smell combo of cigarettes and perfume. Yuck!

BTW I never realized how many women smoked cigars. Every time I go down to the convenience store they're always buying them. For some reason I always thought it was something only men did. biggrin.gif

I think a lot of them are probably buying them as a gift for a man.

post #86 of 102
Stinky corpse flower just bloomed in DC:
post #87 of 102

The foul odor of old cooking oil being pumped or cleaned out of a grease trap.

post #88 of 102
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The foul odor of old cooking oil being pumped or cleaned out of a grease trap.

 

There's a place near me that sells mostly Jamaican patties. You can smell the oil down the block but can't smell the food until you go in. Pretty nasty.

post #89 of 102
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Stinky corpse flower just bloomed in DC:

 

I was really expecting that thing to smell a bit... worse? stronger? I didn't get much out of it, I feel like any other nearby flowers overshadowed it, as far as odor is concerned. Quite an impressive flower to look at, however!

post #90 of 102
Probably a rotting corpse. But as part of a science experiment , I burned some sulfur in class, way back in middle school. The entire school stank for months.
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