Saturday, 6 June 2015

The Smelliest Moment of My Life

Everyone likes to stay away from body odour. Whether it’s from them or from others nobody likes it. I always use perfume or deodorant to get rid of my body odour. Body odour moves people away from you. I cannot stand body odour for even a second. Now, I will share my odour story for the ‘My Nose Knows’ contest.

I got admission in an engineering college in IT branch. It was my fresher’s party when I experienced the smelliest moment of my life. The body odour was from a girl. The girl was form the Electronics branch and her name was Kanika. Kanika was good looking and I wanted to talk to her. My eyes were on her during the whole party. I was looking for an opportunity to talk to her, and suddenly my luck favoured me and a friend of mine came towards me and said "Tu Kanika ko dekh raha hai kya?" 

I replied "Ha yaar". He was a good friend of her and he introduced me to her. We started talking with eachother and I found out that we shared many things in common. I started liking her and we were so lost in our talks that we forgot about the dinner. I had to take the dinner as I paid an amount of Rs. 350/- for it. While talking to her only one thing was in my mind that ‘Agar dinner khatam ho gaya to paise kharab ho jayenge’.  

I told her that let’s go for dinner but she was least interested in having dinner. Then I told her that I didn’t had lunch in the afternoon and this worked out. She said, “Oh!!! Then let’s go for dinner”. We had dinner together and started asking eachother about likes and dislikes in food. Again, we had many things in common. We finished our dinner and had some desserts. The food was nice at the banquet.

Then we went to the dance floor and when she started dancing a wave of body odour from her arm pits started coming. The body odour was so strong that I started coughing. I had a glass of water and told her that my legs are paining so I cannot dance. It was that day and till the last day of my college I never went towards her. Whenever I used to see her, she made me remember that wave of body odour which I experienced.

I am sharing my odour story for the ‘My Nose Knows’ contest as a part of the #SniffSniff activity at BlogAdda.

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