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  1. katry Says:

    Amit Kalantri quote

    • katry Says:

      I think I remember these. They were, however, before I would have needed them.

      I wonder if the strength for 5 days would have been boil fodder for me.

  2. Bob Says:

    Think of all the products that we have to erase our body odor. Some come in an aerosol can, wet or powder. Others roll on and others smear on from a stick. There are even still some that come in a jar. I think it’s the antiperspirant kind that are most harsh on the skin.

    The boils you described sound terrible but thanks for defining the term carbuncle.

    • katry Says:

      I wish I didn’t have to learn what carbuncle means.

      It is amazing the quantity of not just deodorant but also all other sorts of stuff to prevent body odor anywhere on our bodies. The person who first developed deodorant must have had a really sensitive nose.

      • Bob Says:

        The perfume industry began as a means to cover up the BO in Europe when folks only bathed occasionally. I’m amazed that any of us are here because our ancestors had to overcome the odor of their bodies to have sex.

      • katry Says:

        If both partners smelled bad, what was the difference?

      • Bob Says:

        Unfortunately, we can’t smell ourselves but the odor of a partner might cause the male organ to not operate. However, what we consider an offensive aroma by today’s standard might have been considered an aphrodisiac to our ancestors…:-)

      • katry Says:

        Agree that the offensive smells are contextual!

  3. minicapt Says:

    Carbuncle also …


    • katry Says:

      This is probably the worst trailer I’ve ever seen. I’ve been watching all the James Bond’s one after the other. I think poor David is about the worst of them all.

  4. Mark Says:

    If it wasn’t for the date on the Trailer, I’d swear that William Holden was punching Donald Trump at the 1 Minute 3 second mark on the film.

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