I’ve been told i obsess to much about smell, I suppose its true I have about 3xplug-in air freshener in the flat and automatic 1 in the toilet and two spray freshener. I always fabreeze the curtains and the sofa’s before anybody comes in my flat. Even if i’ve changed the bedsheets i still have to fabreeze the whole bed and pillows first. I have to wash my hair every day so it smells nice and fresh if not i have one of those hair perfume.
Does anybody else have an obsessive behaviour or is it just me:w00t:?
I think it’ just a girlie thing hun, my one is a clean kitchen/bathroom, anything else I can cope with, but if I see even the slightest water mark on my work surface or sink I drop everything I’m doing and make sure it’s all nice and shiny again, very therapeutic :hehe:
Nope! My mum’s proper OCD!!! Only a mild case in comparison to proper sufferer’s, but she get’s worked up over the slightest things! In the time it takes me to walk into the kitchen, make a cup of tea for us and walk back into the front room, she would have smoothed over the settee and plumped the cushion’s where I’d been sitting! :w00t: Not Kidding either!!! She also popped into the house one day, whilst meant to be at work, just to check that I hadn’t left any cup’s or plates in the sink before I travelled back to London! She didn’t realise that I was running later than planned, and I caught her snooping around and muttering to herself! :P:P:PSometime’s I leave things when I come back to London, like sweet wrappers and crisp bags under the settee or in one of her vases! Then I let her know about a week later! My stepdad thinks it’s hilarious! We even call her Mrs Bucket (Bouquet) or Hyacinth, after the character from “Keeping Up Appearances”…
See thats what i thought because my mum was like that. I know women like to be very clean and tidy and like to make sure house is clean before anyone comes in . But when peeps starts telling you you are a bit OTT with then it makes you think is it or isn’t it
Fair enough if there is something hideous to be masked, but they hardly smell natural.
I’m not a dirty person, but I don’t see the merits in trying to deny the fact that things change and we are alive (processes which can cause unpleasant odours).
As long as it is not extreme or likely to offend the average person, leave it be.
Well chunky i do i have a hair perfume so my helmet won’t smell nasty and plus i try to wash my hair every day. Some lids come with removeable inside so you could wash them. I don’t know about bald headed people because the oil that come out from you head has nothing to go into except for your lid