Miss(ed) Manners

June 23, 2008

Well it Ain’t My Socks

Filed under: Humor — missedmanners @ 11:54 pm

One of the problems with having a supersized nose is that you also have supersized nasal cavities which then means you have a supersized sense of smell. This sucks because you can smell things that other people can’t, or maybe ignore, and it can drive you crazy.

I came home early today only to play a rousing game of “What’s That Smell?” Some odious scent had found its way into my living quarters and I spent three hours trying to find out what it was. It was so faint I wasn’t even sure if it was a bad smell, or if it was just different than the usual aroma of stale cigarettes, masturbatory sweat and cheap tequila.

Every time I think it’s gone I smell it again. I’ve showered, swept, mopped, done dishes, cleaned the filter on the air conditioning unit and sanitized the disco ball which was used in an unholy sexual act some weeks ago.

Argh, it’s driving me crazy.

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5 Comments »

  1. Is the smell everywhere in your place or in a certain area?

    Try to narrow it down that way. maybe its chicken leg in a jar under your bed/the couch?

    Comment by Keith — June 24, 2008 @ 10:02 am | Reply

  2. What kind of a selfish bastard mentions a weird sex act with a disco ball and then does not provide further information?

    Comment by CM — June 24, 2008 @ 12:11 pm | Reply

  3. I think, perhaps, there may have been a fatality in your unholy sex act. Did your flatmate stash the body in the walls? Or was it you trying to chuck pieces down the garbage disposal?

    Good Luck,
    Ally

    Comment by Ally — June 25, 2008 @ 3:31 pm | Reply

  4. I’m with CM on this…why mention the act and then no details? bastid!!!

    Love!

    Comment by blujewel — June 25, 2008 @ 3:50 pm | Reply

  5. supersized nose…???? Have you confirmed that with measurements? I’m not even sure what that means…well, except for those crazy nazi mengele experiments on noses.

    Comment by David — June 27, 2008 @ 9:44 pm | Reply


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