By Anonymous - Canada
Today, as I was ringing in a customer I noticed that the Febreeze spray can was wet. Noticing this I sniffed my hands because they had gotten wet and said to the customer, "Oh the can is leaking want to go get another one?" He then said, "No it's OK, I just sweat a lot." I sniffed some customer's sweat. FML
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By  sorayabeatris58  |  0

Actually, the reason why her sweat didn't stink is because she probably has palmar hyperhidrosis. People who sweat that much do not sweat the same sweat that regular people sweat. Basically, since they sweat so much, they sweat something very close to water. That sweat doesn't smell because it doesn't attract the bacteria on our skin that feeds off the sweat making it stink.

Cheers ;-)

By  Chibi_fml  |  9

Ew. Although I question whether or not it was actually sweat, since sweat usually doesn't smell that great. I would think you'd be able to tell the difference between sweat and Febreeze...

By  Rickyv90  |  0

#4 You dont get condensation on compressed cans. Sorry but until you show me a can that isnt cold as well like a spray paint bottle or something that is wet I'm pretty sure that's not true.