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Chocolate Teapot November 6, at 3: The worst one was somebody who seemed to empty an entire bottle of perfume over themselves every day. To put it mildly, you could smell once she was in the building! Our old postal carrier used to, as far as I could tell, dip his clothes in cologne.
It lingered on all of the mail and empty envelopes for hours. Jaime November 6, at 3: I used to rent an apartment in a fourplex and my downstairs neighbor must really have bathed in his cologne because I could smell him when he got home from work.
If my windows were open it would float up and in and if they were closed, it would come in through the vents. It was hideous, but so oddly strong that I had to chuckle every time I was home when he came home. ES November 6, at 3: The smell gave me headaches so I asked her directly if she could tone it down or stop wearing it.
She did for a little while, then it was back in full force.
Luckily for me she quit a little while later. Jamie November 6, at 3: I would have no problem forgoing all perfume for a co-worker, but as someone upthread mentioned — how far does this extend?
Either vetting things on a case by case basis or an edict that everyone must go scent free on everything could be problematic. This reminds me of a case from the news years ago where a school had a student with a peanut allergy and issued a ban on anything containing nuts or even made in a factory where they are processed — not only prohibiting them on school grounds but at home as well.
Apparently if a child ate peanut butter before school their breath could cause a reaction in their classmate.
There was a lot of debate on another board about how much accommodation is reasonable. I would think most parents would understand and do what they can. As a school though, I applaud them for removing peanuts and peanut products from the school.
One of my closest friends has a child with severe allergies, including peanuts and eggs. His class once did an art project with meringue. He did not use the meringue of course, but one of the other students touched his arm later and he got a rash.Jan 16, · Former pro lacrosse player, Drew Westervelt, skipped the sports drinks TV hosting careers to tackle the dirty business of laundry.
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