anthonix: Oh, and I just watched my DVR recording of that Family Guy episode.That was weird.
evilsofa: This just does the same thing that garlic does - makes your sweat smell different for a couple of hours. Just with a different scent than garlic.By the way, this is why, when you go out on that romantic date, you should avoid dishes with garlic when you plan to fark soon after you eat.
voodoomedic: Google "maple syrup urine disease."
kisseswookies: voodoomedic: Google "maple syrup urine disease."That sounds like a horrible idea.
Shrinkwrap: Does this include ball sweat? That stuff's in a league of it's own.
BoxOfBees: "I think we can probably agree that if you eat food with a lot of aromatic spice, like garlic and curry, eventually it will work its way into your sweat and influence the way you smell," said George Preti, a chemist at the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia man who has never had a long-term relationship. "But no one has actually demonstrated that."What kind of an idiot is this guy? We demonstrate it with most of the meals we eat. Try eating large amounts of garlic and curry and be in the same room as anyone for 4 hours without leaving.Shrinkwrap: Does this include ball sweat? That stuff's in a league of it's own.Yes. My friends and relatives know that I regularly talk about foods that improve body smell. For instance, parsley. It works very well for ball sweat, armpit sweat, etc. You have to eat a lot and it only lasts 1-2 days, so it is a daily ritual.
AmbassadorBooze: anthonix: Oh, and I just watched my DVR recording of that Family Guy episode.That was weird.You beat me to the punch. Slowstick for retards./is family guy did it the new simpsons did it?
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