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Unbearable Stench

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By packaging and distributing unbearable smells, everyone can know what it's like to ride the 4-5-6 line in the morning like I do.

PU!

vincenzo, Jun 27 2000

centauri http://www.halfbakery.com/user/centauri
I'll thank you to choose a different set of letters with which to express your olfactorial distaste. [centauri, Jun 27 2000, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Smell as a weapon http://www.theage.c...06/FFX7QCXEROC.html
Baking by the U.S. Military, as a weapon. (My tax dollars at work, sheesh). [krelnik, Oct 17 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       possible flavors include: day old urine, french armpit (ooh la la), bunion bonanza, and creamy ranch
ponzio, Jun 27 2000
  

       I would also think that the stench could come in those aroma pills that you burn.
vincenzo, Jun 27 2000
  

       Aerosol cans seem to be the most efficient means of distributing the smells, but why limit them to this.   

       "Unbearable stench" branded creams and lotions: 12-day-old ham, Aunt Bea, and Mayo in the sun come to mind.
jeanlucp, Jun 30 2000
  

       There's a bloke in our office doing our phones at the minute, and he stinks like he lives with his Aunt on a Stick.   

       It's like mildew and Mildred and things that have been dank since way before the days of Stuff. You'd think he might have been prancing around during or since the Great Plague.   

       And he's only about seventeen or something.   

       Ham don't have Look-In.
eehen, Jul 13 2000
  

       Stench? Why yes, of course. 1,5 Diaminopentane. (Dead bodies) Methyl mercaptan. (Bad breath) Skatol (pooeys). Hydrogen sulphide (bad eggs). All the above are repulsively smelly. Together, a winning team.
tb, Jan 05 2001
  

       Um...nose clip? Sporting goods store, $3.99.
BinaryCookies, Oct 17 2002
  

       I like it. You can use powder encapsulation technology and trademark it Scratch-n-Stink. Experience the foul odors of Baghdad, the musty scent of an Oriental brothel, the metallic smell of carnage on a battlefield. Very good. You could put Scratch-n-Stink on the back of baseball cards. Smell your favorite Yankee. You could market the BO of famous movie stars...   

       Too bad you wasted that idea here!
ldischler, Oct 17 2002
  
      
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