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Grr... - Mental Feng Shui
....revising what (& who) will fit in the room....
Dear Office Perfume-Bather:

I used to be a 'perfume-hound' once myself. And I do agree that Jean Paul Gaultier's a fruity scent is (often) a nice one. BUT NOT WHEN IT IS OVERPOWERING.

Whatever you did to cause my desk to be enveloped in a cloud of it, STOP.

It's hard enough to breathe up here as it is, without you choking us all with a far-too-sickeningly-sweet scent that, at best, should be dabbed on in *very* tiny amounts. The resultant fake pineapple smell is causing me to gag, and my sinuses are already clogged from it. If I get a migrane from your stupid heavyhanded perfume application, I'm gonna be in an even WORSE mood than I am now. Don't push it.

And don't do this again. PLEASE.

-- Me

The State of the Cranium is: : nauseated nauseated

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dianthus From: dianthus Date: July 7th, 2008 09:14 pm (UTC) (This Entry)
Which Gaultier smells like fake pineapple?
loba From: loba Date: July 7th, 2008 09:22 pm (UTC) (This Entry)
I think it's this one (http://tinyurl.com/6j4awr), especially when sprayed heavily.

*makes a face* Eww.
loba From: loba Date: July 7th, 2008 09:43 pm (UTC) (This Entry)

It was not JPG, but something else, and very fruity-sweet, and sickening. My nose was wrong (which is odd, but does happen).... JPG is indeed a sweet fragrance, but it is made of natural ingredients, and not knock-off scent-makers. REAL JPG is good; the knock-off crap (made with petrochemical ick) is just NASTY. We think that was what filtered up through the vents near my desk this morning. My throat is still sore and dry. :-P
cooncat From: cooncat Date: July 8th, 2008 12:00 am (UTC) (This Entry)


There's actually a written no-stinky-stuff policy here, which is a definite point in the "plus" column.

Take revenge by making tunafish and crackers at your desk.
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