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31/03/2013 at 10:27
So, seven weeks today and the smell that makes me the most queasy is my OH! He's a chef and for the past three nights has come home reeking of smoke from the Inka. Bleh. it's like a sickly smokey smell and its still there after his shower. I've just thrown his whites in the machine and I swear the smell is still oozing out!
With my first there was a particular kitchen spray I couldn't bear, my second it was a certain bubble bath and with my third it wasn't a smell but the theme tune to a tv show (super readers I think it was called).
So what odd things set off your nausea?
31/03/2013 at 10:47
The hand soap in our bathroom first time around.
Wee this time. Grim any time to be fair but this time the smell makes me vom every time. I actually put off going to the loo!
31/03/2013 at 10:50
Wee? Ohhhh I'd be screwed!
31/03/2013 at 10:52
Stupid, isn't it? I regularly put tiger balm under my nose before I go. M has to deal with her pull up in the morning. God forbid she have an accident!
31/03/2013 at 12:20
The smell of washing when you opened the washing machine door, and sometime the smell of the fridge!
31/03/2013 at 14:01
Yep fridge smell for me too and ham. I had to shove loo roll up my nose to make G's sandwiches! First time round it was toast.
31/03/2013 at 15:32
Last time it was basil and the herb and spice cupboard,oh and a certain loo cleaner ( too long with head down the loo clearly!) . This time onions cooking is a fail safe, amongst too many other things to mention.
Wierdly mucking out my horse is not one of them. Rusty you'd hate my Friday job, I lift up rubber mata where all the wee has drained under. That stinks and you can't get the smell off you either!
31/03/2013 at 16:14
Bananas with Lucas and William. The smell, the texture eugh!
31/03/2013 at 18:13
Ooh, ham, I'd forgotten about that one but I went on packed lunch strike for the whole 9 months!
The other one was the smell of trains and coaches- not that I use either often but I had to during the first 12 weeks and the thought still makes me nauseous!
31/03/2013 at 18:17
Our dinner plates! They all smelt like wet dog and made me want to throw up there and then. Good job i couldm't eat much anyway but there was about 3 weeks when i had to have my food from paper plates.
31/03/2013 at 22:44
Olive oil. Weirdly my mum was the same and actually couldn't stomach it for about ten years after having me and my brother! Yes ten YEARS!
I also went off apricot wheaties 'cos of having them for breakfast and throwing them up. Still can't eat them.
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