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People are obsessed with chemical products and seem completely oblivious to the fact that they are toxic. They enjoy breathing these noxious substances in and spraying them all over themselves, regardless of who is in the vicinity.
The other day, I found myself shocked and outraged when a woman used her hairspray even though she was standing right next to me. It caught me completely off guard and I had to refrain myself from shouting obscenities at her and her vile habit. I am also sick of all those who reek of perfume or cologne. It simply isn't right to force others to smell products they did not chose to apply. A complete lack of courtesy for the comfort and well-being of others! I am heavily annoyed with those who pour fragrant lotions all over their bodies to conceal their natural odours. For the sake of those who have to live and work with you, simply take a shower on a daily basis and you will find it isn't necessary to pour on these pungent potions!
I am equally fed up with the national obsession with air fresheners. The offices that use them are simply trying to disguise the unpleasant effects of a poor ventilation system. Air fresheners have also grown increasingly popular in private domiciles. The most sensible way to achieve a nice smelling home is simply to keep it clean. Buy an air purifier if you must, but please spare your guests from enduring nauseating bursts of artificial fragrances.
No one seems to realize that these products are harmful to human health. My co-workers were sniffing floor cleaners. They marvelled at the so-called apple and orange fragrances. One of them approached me with an open bottle and insisted that I take a whiff. I flat out refused and backed up in disgust. My colleague then had the nerve to ask me why I did not want to smell it. I simply responded: "I don't like chemical smells".