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uyouthe
17d

My olfactory hallucinations really made things complicated. Not only whatever I eat that is not raw iceberg salad smells like rotten flesh, I also can’t choose a deodorant.

I got nivea one and threw it away.

I got old spice one and threw it away.

Now I got chanel one and I like it and I DONT FUCKING KNOW if I like it because it smells good to me or because I’m actually hyperconsumerist no matter how hard I deny it. Does being a hyoerconsumerist make me bad? What is bad in that context? Is a kind of reasoning bad only because if everyone follows that reasoning the world will be fucked? Are there good reasonings then, but not like zen, the ones that actually lead to scientific progress. Is scientific progress a good criteria to judge?

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  • 1
    If it makes you happy, it can't be that bad. Or something.
  • 10
    Buy all deodorants you want and use one per day, or mix them, or put them in the ass I don't care. Whatever makes you happy :), just don't put them in someone else's ass.
  • 1
    @SortOfTested it doesn’t. Vaping did though but when I noticed that I vape not because it’s a pleasure to vape but because I NEED to, I quit with a help of cytisine. I don’t vape now.

    Too bad this pattern doesn’t always work. But is it actually bad? I like the absence of the perfect pattern, or just the absence to me, if it exists I think I can’t comprehend it anyway
  • 2
    @neeno jokes aside I did that with Axe Excite when I was like 16
  • 2
    @uyouthe it's funny cuz the literal translation of excited to portuguese is "excitado", which basically means horny. So you could say you got pretty Excite-d by that...
  • 2
    ^^^^^ @rutee07 @jilano

    Stoic: accepts public shaming caused by blackmail and doesn’t kill themselves only because their country needs them
    Modern: invent sophisticated filters to avoid blackmail leaks
    Postmodern: manipulates mass consciousness to make blackmail perceived as something insignificant
    Metamodern: just posts their blackmail online
  • 2
    You could've at least given those other ones away instead of throwing them out.
    That's the only thing I'll judge you for. 😛
  • 2
    We have a deodorant here called "tawas". It looks a bit like crystal meth.
  • 2
    Idk how it is at there but my rexona men black and white doesnt smell so I'm happy with it lol
  • 0
    @SortOfTested ah, the allure of hedonism.

    I too enjoy sitting naked in a filthy barrel all day.

    edit: someone told me this is what the green originator of hedonism liked to do, so now I reoeat it to sound fancy.

    .. i wish I was fabcy enough yo own a dirty wooden barrel.
  • 1
    @Wisecrack
    Whatever makes life bearable.
  • 4
    @neeno You can if said person is O.K. with it.

    @uyouthe What a wonderful world we're living in, eh?

    @rutee07 You know, if it looks like crystal meth and smell like it too... You probably shouldn't check other people's drawers! Damn it, Lutee-san!

    @melezorus34 Yeah, I'm with you on this one. Besides, they often contain less shit too.

    PS: I like d sound f you're name, Neeeeeeennnnooooo. Incidentally, I might be exhausted.
  • 2
    Recently, my smelling diverted in a way that some forms of protein feel disgusting. I wonder if somebody encountered the same issue?
  • 2
    @Jilano It smells like bone dust, actually.
  • 0
    @NoMad so you want me to find a person to give a bad smelling deodorant to? What kind of person accepts USED personal item? Probably the kind of person who can’t even afford it, and deodorants aren’t particularly expensive. So if they can’t afford them they probably accept them no matter the smell and they will smell bad because that deodorants smell bad.

    So you basically judge me for not finding a poor person and not forcing them to smell bad.

    Miss me with that shit.
  • 0
    @uyouthe what you think smells bad, might not smell bad for someone else. Also, I personally take even used items if I like them. It's not a gift, it's a hand-me-down. Doesn't have to be a poor person. Some people just care enough about environment to not want the item, that so much energy went into its making, go to waste. 😛
    Also, I don't know about you but I take good care of my items. If I give something as a hand-me-down, you can bet it has been kept in the best condition.
    Also, deodorant is not considered a personal item. It doesn't exactly carry bacteria and micro-organisms from one person to another. (I wouldn't say the same thing about tooth brush or sex toys)
  • 1
    @NoMad deodorant is not a personal item? Bold assumption. Are razors personal items? Are keyboards?
  • 2
    @uyouthe Just as much as dildos.
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  • 6
    @rutee07 what's the matter? Want to exchange sex toys? 😏
  • 2
    @Jilano I like the sound of yours too, Jiilaaaaanoooo
  • 2
    @NoMad he wants to be *your* sex toy...
  • 1
    @NoMad That depends, are they second hand already?

    @neeno :D *high five 😷*
  • 4
    @Jilano your vagina is second hand 😛
  • 0
    @NoMad Hey! I dare you come and say that to my face!
  • 1
    @Jilano why? I'm comfortable as is. *types while munching on potato crackers.*

    Btw, you behave as if you already got covid. You good?
  • 3
    @Jilano You put my name in that life insurance, right? It's for me to fund your education, SON.
  • 3
    @NoMad you come into MY house
    Disrespect MY VAGINA
  • 2
    @NoMad Hum... Good question, actually. I don't want to get dressed so you're right, let's not!

    *Sweats profusely* What do you mean? *Coughs* I feel fine...

    @rutee07 Well you were on it, but I just closed it. Sorry Papa

    @uyouthe "You got out, but I can put you right back in!"
  • 0
    @uyouthe I would, but unfortunately demisexuality is strong with me. ;P
  • 1
    @Jilano I wish you a fast recovery. I hope fam is doing fine and y'all get through this with minimum issues possible.
  • 1
    @NoMad No worries, it was a joke. I have no reason to think I got infected so far thanks to everyone around respecting everything as much as possible. Now that doesn't mean it can't happen, but hey, it should be fine!

    PS: I read earlier an article on the lingering effects for some. Pretty scary thing! I find it surprising that not many are talking about it on mainstream media.

    Edit: Thank you for the thought, though. Appreciate it :)
  • 3
    Maybe chanel deodorants are designed by hallucinating people, for hallucinating people
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