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Oddly enough some gents forget about this topic when the go out. You’ll especially have to remember this when you’re out on the beach for the whole day and you’ve been playing volleyball for six hours. Or if you’ve been playing rugby in a storm and on a muddy grass field. You’re not going to smell good until you go home and clean yourself up. It is in this time that I would require myself to be preemptive about the smell when running into a close encounter with someone. They obviously will smell you and there’s nothing you can do about it. You have to just excuse yourself just like you would when your phone rings in a meeting or if you need to leave the dinner table. It simply states that you care about those around you and what they have to go through. Obviously you don’t want to be seen on the same level as the homeless guy who’s urinated on himself for the past seven months in the same pants that have not been washed.
No matter how bad a smell is, all bad ones are in one category. They immediately give people a perception of who you are without you having a choice to speak up. It’s actually a topic that comes up in sales. You can’t judge the old guy pulling up on the lot in a 1985 Cadillac, because there is a possibility that he’s rich enough to pay cash for another car.
Before you leave the house, check the deodorant, check the cologne (don’t overdose) and check the mouthwash & brushing. You may forget, but those around you will not.
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