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Unless you're suicidal, this isn't the job for you. I think you'd be better off working on a farm, with the nearest pharmacy miles away. But then again, Monk was a fantastic cop, so... Just keep an inhaler handy.

Fragrance stores usually have a lot of different perfumes, so I'm not surprised anyone wouldn't get sick after all those strong smells. Sorry OP, get a new job so your health won't be compromised.

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Unless you're suicidal, this isn't the job for you. I think you'd be better off working on a farm, with the nearest pharmacy miles away. But then again, Monk was a fantastic cop, so... Just keep an inhaler handy.

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Actually, farms aren't the best place for asthmatics either. Trust me. :P I'm sure OP had an inhaler to be able to stop the three attacks that s/he had. It'd be a good idea to quit, though...

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Why put your hypersensitive lungs at risk? You are asking for it.. But if you have an Asthma preventer such as : Symbicort or Seretide - I would advise using them, it helped me out a great deal to where I could do running and sports without wheezing.

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But OP didn't put on any, just smelled. And it probqbly would distract from a smell to see someone hyperventilating.

Fragrance stores usually have a lot of different perfumes, so I'm not surprised anyone wouldn't get sick after all those strong smells. Sorry OP, get a new job so your health won't be compromised.

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It's bound to smell better than the Eau de Toilette I keep seeing at the mall. *Shudders* Who wants to smell like toilet water anyhow?

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