Thursday, April 12, 2007

don't i have a constitutional right to not smell someone's foul odor?

They say that there's a time and place for everything.

I'm assuming that this includes overloading on the perfume. You know the type of perfume - that stinky, musky, come-hither perfume that is only appropriate in bars?

Yeah. The time and place for that perfume does not include Trusts & Estates class. Especially when that perfume is worn in such a high quantity that the person behind you can smell you when the air conditioning blows a certain way.

Needless to say, I'm highly offended by this odor, and I think this person needs to enter some sort of rehabilitative facility to deal with her perfume addiction. If not for the rest of the student body that has to smell this crap, but for herself.

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At 1:09 PM, Blogger Eh Nonymous said...

Was there some reason to put "Trusts & Estates class" in quotes in the post? Was it not really T&E? Not really a class? Both a class and about T&E, but somehow not really a "Trusts" "&" "Estates" "class"?

Maybe you should just put an * and indicate at the bottom that it should be taken with a grain of salt. Which looks kinda like a * if you squint.

In any case, rock on with your novel lawlike ideas.


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