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Re: [Aroid-l] Thoughts on GOOD SMELLING A. bulbifer

At 02:12 AM 6/24/2007, Wilbert Hetterscheid wrote:
I vote that people who think that bulbifer smells good, be expelled from
aroid-L because of gross olfactory incompetence!!!!!!!!

Lord P. 

I have a bloodhound sense of smell. very very keen. however, my taste in what smells bad is not "usual". i do not flee when others vomit from skunk.  I cannot bear Chanel #5.  So i suggest it is not a matter of olfactory incompetence, but of individual, or possibly deranged taste.

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