I hope this doesn't give you a depression or a complex , but, as with anything a person or a group of people being exposed to something for a long enough time they become use to it and it is no longer noticed. Take scents , after a period of time , like say 13 years 3 days as an example, after that long and if a scent has been constant it no longer is smelt. There was a time when just a whiff of your feet would make a person's
eyes water ,their
throat burn and a rash
would threaten. But no more . Your feet be stinky or they may smell like the most expensive
toilet water, its 6 of one and a half a dozen of the other .
So skunky, you may as well put your shoes on or
don't cuz it matters not any more.
Then it's a good thing I haven't been constantly wafting my feet around.
I admit though, my foot scent's not as noticeable as it once was on here. There were times way back when where it seemed like every square inch of TFS permeated with the refined aroma of unwashed skunk feet. I've been slacking, simple as...
...But no more!
*Does a handstand and gently brushes his feet against white swan's nose. Whatever Skunky did to his feet was...... oh no...
Do they come with complimentary socks?
Also a mini-4 pack of local craft beers, a toque, a $25 iTunes gift card and a bacon chocolate bar.
Now that you mention it, Yes, I believe I'm starting to become Noseblind to Skunky's feet too!
It's down to a gag and a cough - no more passing out!
Thanks to my new job, my feet have been funking up a storm recently. I'm not saying it's not possible to be resistant to my feet fumes, but it'll be a lot harder to now.
*Wiggles his toes, sending wave after wave of intensifying stench throughout the air and into everyone's noses.*
"Smell my feet, take a whiff! I'll give you something good to sniff!"