My nose has always been sensitive to smells so naturally I complain a lot if someone doesn’t claim their fart or has smelly food.
The smell of skunk hit my nostrils a while ago and I instantly started searching for the culprit, we work in an office on the 10th floor so it’s quite unlikely that a skunk would be up here. I pass dead skunks all the time so the smell is fairly familiar.
I immediately went into detective mode and tried using the same strategy as yesterday by asking fellow colleagues through our messaging system. As you can tell, Manny is a bit hesitant after yesterday’s incident with the farts.
[12:33 PM] Allan Montalvo: does it smell like skunk to you?
[12:34 PM] Rebekah Toney: no
[12:34 PM] Allan Montalvo: it does to me
[12:34 PM] Rebekah Toney: did you fart?
[12:34 PM] Allan Montalvo: no
[12:34 PM] Rebekah Toney: oh well no it doesn’t smell like anything to me
[12:34 PM] Allan Montalvo: does it smell like skunk to you?
[12:35 PM] Manny Gomez: kinda
wasn’t me tho
[12:35 PM] Manny Gomez: ?
[12:35 PM] Allan Montalvo: Does it smell like skunk to you?
[12:35 PM] Trey Celaya: It
it’s audra’s kale asian salald
[12:35 PM] Allan Montalvo: oh ok
[12:35 PM] Trey Celaya: but YES
Thank you Trey for finding the culprit!
I couldn’t assume it was her salad without confronting her first about it.
I asked Audra if I could smell her salad and ding-ding-ding! sure enough it was the salad.
After talking with Audra, she decided it would be best to throw away the salad as she had eaten a hotdog anyways.
For your selfless dedication your country thanks you Audra. salute.jpg