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#121 Ashalicious

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Posted June 19 2016 - 03:25 PM

Got home after spending the weekend away on a little mini retreat, and the hallway just REEKS. I don't think the neighbor has opened his windows in months. At least our place didn't stink, but I still made a smelly on the stove as soon as I got in the house, just to help me relax.

 

I just don't understand how one persons stench can stink up an entire apartment floor hallway.


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Posted June 19 2016 - 05:48 PM

maybe he didnt like the letter and is doing it on purpose now  :punk:



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Posted June 19 2016 - 06:56 PM

maybe he didnt like the letter and is doing it on purpose now  :punk:

 

Whatever. At the end of the day, as long as I can't smell him in my house or in my bedroom, I can deal with the hallway being stinky.


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Posted June 19 2016 - 07:56 PM

I still made a smelly on the stove

 

i know you already explained what this is, but it still sounds like you pooped on the stove when you say it this way.



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Posted June 19 2016 - 08:40 PM

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Posted June 19 2016 - 08:51 PM

i know you already explained what this is, but it still sounds like you pooped on the stove when you say it this way.

 

 

I'm Starting To Think That The Apartment Block Has A Sewage Vent Outside One Of Her Windows, The Smell From Those,

 

Depending On The Prevailing Winds, Can Travel For Quite A Distance.......ack2.gif

 

 

 

Cheers Glen.



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Posted June 19 2016 - 08:58 PM

Stinkin' hot... :unsure:

... :D

 

I'd be stuffing a broomstick up the landlord's ass. Whoever owns the property has the right to check in on the tennants and make sure things are on the up and up. It's his problem, whenever that roommate moves out, he'll potentially have to replace the carpet, drywall, and whatever else retains the stench from his tennants' poor hygeine. That is one tricky situation if you're trying to stay 'politically' err, more 'socially correct.'

 

I've actually had a few roommates that would never take showers. It annoyed me to no end. Maybe he's going through some things though. Too depressed to take care of himself? Regardless, it's still pretty bad if you live in the same building with other people who you might see that day. Or plan on running across anyone in the human race for that matter.

 

If say, you live in the middle of the woods and don't mind wild animals living in your beard and there's no one around to tell you any different... it might be okay?

 

You could file a petition? But that'd be kind of mean. Just putting him on blast like that. "Could you sign this please? It's about that dirty guy in building 3, room 2A... You might have seen him before? Scruffy hair... carries a cloud of dust with him?"

 

Set up a bucket trap? Fill it with soapy water and rig it right before he walks in the door? :D

 

Assuming there are doors.

 

idk, I'm out of ideas :D

 

Call the health department?


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#128 Ashalicious

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Posted June 19 2016 - 10:01 PM

i know you already explained what this is, but it still sounds like you pooped on the stove when you say it this way.



I know, right? Calling it a "smelly" is so funny, which is exactly why I do it.
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Posted June 19 2016 - 10:02 PM

I'm Starting To Think That The Apartment Block Has A Sewage Vent Outside One Of Her Windows, The Smell From Those,
 
Depending On The Prevailing Winds, Can Travel For Quite A Distance.......ack2.gif
 
 
 
Cheers Glen.


If this were the case, then surely I would smell something outside of the building?
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Posted June 19 2016 - 10:03 PM

Stinkin' hot... :unsure:
... :D
 
I'd be stuffing a broomstick up the landlord's ass. Whoever owns the property has the right to check in on the tennants and make sure things are on the up and up. It's his problem, whenever that roommate moves out, he'll potentially have to replace the carpet, drywall, and whatever else retains the stench from his tennants' poor hygeine. That is one tricky situation if you're trying to stay 'politically' err, more 'socially correct.'
 
I've actually had a few roommates that would never take showers. It annoyed me to no end. Maybe he's going through some things though. Too depressed to take care of himself? Regardless, it's still pretty bad if you live in the same building with other people who you might see that day. Or plan on running across anyone in the human race for that matter.
 
If say, you live in the middle of the woods and don't mind wild animals living in your beard and there's no one around to tell you any different... it might be okay?
 
You could file a petition? But that'd be kind of mean. Just putting him on blast like that. "Could you sign this please? It's about that dirty guy in building 3, room 2A... You might have seen him before? Scruffy hair... carries a cloud of dust with him?"
 
Set up a bucket trap? Fill it with soapy water and rig it right before he walks in the door? :D
 
Assuming there are doors.
 
idk, I'm out of ideas :D
 
Call the health department?


As per the property manager, calling the health department is the next step.
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Posted June 19 2016 - 10:09 PM

If this were the case, then surely I would smell something outside of the building?

 

 

No, It Would Depend On The Weather Conditions........On A Hot Day The Smell Would Rise..*hot air rises*.....But

 

On A Cool Day With Heavy Humidity The Smell Would Linger In Spots Close To The Ground Where There Is Little Air Movement...... :)

 

 

 

Cheers Glen.



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Posted June 19 2016 - 10:13 PM

No, It Would Depend On The Weather Conditions........On A Hot Day The Smell Would Rise..*hot air rises*.....But
 
On A Cool Day With Heavy Humidity The Smell Would Linger In Spots Close To The Ground Where There Is Little Air Movement...... :)
 
 
 
Cheers Glen.


Then why is the smell only on the 9th floor, and my friends that live in the apartment below me (on 8) do not have the same problem?

I assure you, it is the Turkish guy next door, who never opens his windows and rarely showers, that is stinking up the hallway.

You are welcome over for dinner anytime, to see for yourself. Heck, I'll cook you whatever you want.
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Posted June 19 2016 - 10:51 PM

This mighht explain.

 

http://www.gohither....ies/smells.sxml



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Posted June 19 2016 - 10:55 PM


You are welcome over for dinner anytime, to see for yourself. Heck, I'll cook you whatever you want.

 

 

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Posted June 19 2016 - 11:20 PM

It seems to be a thing.

 

Finally got into Turkey at 1am. Checked into my hotel, which is where I first experienced… the Turkish body odor. Excuse me, 9 million people who told me how great Turkey is, why did you not mention the high likliness of being gassed when anyone raises their arm over 85 degrees from their body? It was phenomenal. Almost impressive. I didn’t want to walk to closely behind the guy who took my bag, and certainly avoided inhaling. Do you remember in primary school when it started getting to the summer months again and there was that couple of week period where kids were getting gross and sweaty again and teachers urged them to start wearing deodorant before that horrid body odour smell infiltrated everyone else’s clothes and the carpets? Well imagine that smell, but from a whole country of sweaty hairy grown men. https://halfhope.com...5/dirty-turkey/



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Posted June 19 2016 - 11:47 PM

Vindicated.
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Posted June 20 2016 - 05:17 AM

It seems to be a thing.

 

Finally got into Turkey at 1am. Checked into my hotel, which is where I first experienced… the Turkish body odor. Excuse me, 9 million people who told me how great Turkey is, why did you not mention the high likliness of being gassed when anyone raises their arm over 85 degrees from their body? It was phenomenal. Almost impressive. I didn’t want to walk to closely behind the guy who took my bag, and certainly avoided inhaling. Do you remember in primary school when it started getting to the summer months again and there was that couple of week period where kids were getting gross and sweaty again and teachers urged them to start wearing deodorant before that horrid body odour smell infiltrated everyone else’s clothes and the carpets? Well imagine that smell, but from a whole country of sweaty hairy grown men. https://halfhope.com...5/dirty-turkey/

 

Okay, so that's that then.Turkish men are sweaty and smelly, and that's a thing.

Based on a review by some girl. 

 

This mighht explain.

 

http://www.gohither....ies/smells.sxml

 

It's like you're trying to prove it's a Turkish thing, instead of just some regular loser dude who gave up on hygiene and cleaning for whatever reason. 


Edited by Piaf, June 20 2016 - 05:17 AM.


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Posted June 20 2016 - 06:26 AM

When I was in Turkey I was negatively suprised by some things but in all fairness: men with extraordinary smelly BO wasn't one of them.

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Posted June 20 2016 - 06:46 AM

The smelliest person I know is russian. I don't think his arctic russian sweat glands were built to take a humid summer. I met some Turkish guys last summer and they smelled fine.

The point is, I think this guy is probably depressed or something and it has nothing to do with his natonality.
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Posted June 20 2016 - 06:50 AM

When I was in Turkey I was negatively suprised by some things but in all fairness: men with extraordinary smelly BO wasn't one of them.

 

Make a travel thread, post pics, and say what were the things you were negatively surprised by. 

I am curious!

Off-topic, but I wish people made more travel threads xD



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Posted June 20 2016 - 07:24 AM

Okay, so that's that then.Turkish men are sweaty and smelly, and that's a thing.

Based on a review by some girl. 

 

 

It's like you're trying to prove it's a Turkish thing, instead of just some regular loser dude who gave up on hygiene and cleaning for whatever reason. 

 

No.  I thought these blogs were ridiculous.


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#142 Ashalicious

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Posted June 20 2016 - 08:34 AM

The point is, I think this guy is probably depressed or something and it has nothing to do with his natonality.

 

I think this is exactly it.

 

I've met a lot of Turkish men in my life, and I can't remember any of them being all that stinky. I don't believe I have met any Turkish women.


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Posted June 20 2016 - 11:03 AM

Ah yes, the aroma in Morocco was similar... and then on Fridays the men would bathe before going to Mosque - the only relief.


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Posted June 20 2016 - 01:12 PM

It's this guy, in'it

 

 

 

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