Saturday, March 12, 2011

World-Class Smellers Acquire Sense of Smell

French scientists have discovered that those who have super smelling abilities are not born with a superior sense of smell but acquire it through years of professional sniffing. British scientist Ari O. Ma disputed the claim, stating that, "These French claims stink of French snobbery and I smell a rat. The French perfume industry has paid through the nose for this research and they must face the mucus and admit their obvious biases". French scientist Jean-Claude OdorĂ© responded by saying that, "I don't know why Ma has his nose out of joint but something smells fishy here. Our research results are as clear as the nose on his face and so I wish that he'd keep his nose out of my business. We put our noses to the grindstone, nosed around quite a bit, followed our noses and took a hard-nosed approach to this project. Look, it's no skin off my nose to tell Ma to take a breather and wake up and smell the coffee". American scientist T. Nose Pickens thinks that, in criticizing this research, Ma is cutting off his nose to spite his face.

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