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Ethnic comparison of body odor

post #1 of 53
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I would say that white BO is a bit spicy. Black BO is meaty, like pork. Hispanic BO is mostly like white. Asian BO is sour, more like what an accumulation of sweat smells like.
post #2 of 53
Did you have actual smell tests done? I believe diet is somehow part of the equation for body odor.
post #3 of 53
Thread Starter 
Oh, yes, Indians smell like curry. The spices are sweated out.
post #4 of 53
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Originally Posted by King Salmon View Post
Asian BO is sour, more like what an accumulation of sweat smells like.

Like Asian sweat?

Smells more like rice to me.
post #5 of 53
I would say it depends on the individual and their diets, but generally speaking East Asians smell less, while Whites smell like cheese and meat.
post #6 of 53
White people smell like ignorance, cultural exploitation, oppression, and ketchup.
post #7 of 53
Speaking from personal experience (unlike some others in this thread), I find Asians to have the most subtle smell, and generally a bit sweeter than others. Like a strawberry milkshake.
post #8 of 53
Does it bring all the boys to the yard?
post #9 of 53
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Originally Posted by Brian SD View Post
Speaking from personal experience (unlike some others in this thread), I find Asians to have the most subtle smell, and generally a bit sweeter than others. Like a strawberry milkshake.
Strawberry milkshake?! Maybe perfume mixed with sweat... or maybe people who work on strawberry farms... but normal people smelling like strawberry milkshakes? I'd be curious if black people smell like chocolate milkshakes. Ha ha just kidding - j/k. Please don't take offense if you smell like a chocolate milkshake. I smell like a Banana milkshake. Nothing wrong with milkshakes of any flavor. There's a whole rainbow of delicious smelling milkshakes out there. I happen to prefer strawberry...
post #10 of 53
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Originally Posted by amerikajinda View Post
Strawberry milkshake?! Maybe perfume mixed with sweat... or maybe people who work on strawberry farms... but normal people smelling like strawberry milkshakes? I'd be curious if black people smell like chocolate milkshakes. Ha ha just kidding - j/k. Please don't take offense if you smell like a chocolate milkshake. I smell like a Banana milkshake. Nothing wrong with milkshakes of any flavor.
Maybe you'd prefer watermelons, kool-aid, or fried chicken? This thread is absurd, BTW. Asians smell like rice?
post #11 of 53
I don't mean literally that she/they smell like strawberry milkshakes, just that it's the best comparison in terms of body odor. A very "pink" flavor might be a better way to describe how I feel.

I have met one Asian girl who was more of a "mustardy yellow" smell, though I'm not sure if genetics were to blame. More likely hygiene.
post #12 of 53
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Maybe you'd prefer watermelons, kool-aid, or fried chicken? This thread is absurd, BTW. Asians smell like rice?
I like watermelons and fried chicken, but kool-aid has too much sugar... Asians don't smell like rice. I have it on good authority that they smell like strawberry milkshakes. EDIT: Asians smell pink and sometimes yellow.
post #13 of 53
Actually Koreans sometimes smell of garlic and kimchee. Japanese can smell slightly of miso. Sometimes natto if they haven't showered for a while...
post #14 of 53
I smell like Karate, superior technology, and amusing 80's stereotypes mixed with haggis, broadswords, and British oppression.
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