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By prettysmellingbedroom / Wednesday 15 February 2012 14:18 / United States
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By  DocBastard  |  38

You realise Febreze doesn't actually clean stuff, right? If your room is dirty, CLEAN IT. Don't just spray some stuff around that's going to mask your stench.

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  JayJaysGirl  |  0

Me or her?

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  brt3420  |  13

When I was younger I got dared for $20 to spray ferbreeze in my mouth... Long story short I made $20 for it. Tasted like aerosol can then apple cinnamon.

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  The_Troller  |  14

One time in Walmart I tried to lightly spray some deodorant in front of my face to smell it but I accidentally pressed way too hard and sprayed it right in my eyes and mouth. I gotta say, it definitely didn't tastle like cinnamon to me.

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  My_Misery  |  0

Today, I decided to cover up the stench in my room by spraying a product, that used to be lethal to animals ^.^ A better option might have been to: 1) Let your room air out, by opening a window (if your room has one) 2) Just leaving the door open 3) Doing some laundry and letting it dry in your room (fresh smelling clothes always smell nice) Oh and pay attention to your surroundings !

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  diidiimi  |  10

The problem is that sometimes PETA has a point - the chemicals that are deadly to animals are also often deadly to us. It's just that little fishies, bunnies and bees are easier to kill than us big humans. Besides which, febreese really just masks smells, it doesn't really freshen. Opening a window is a way better plan, along with cleaning regularly.

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  My_Misery  |  0

Oh I'm not part of PETA, I just found the comment fitting. My roommate sprays Febreeze all over the apartment after he's done getting stoned with his friends. It just ends up smelling so awful, a mix between weed and an overpowering flowery smell, would be better to just let the apartment air out with fresh air...

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  JavIin  |  0

59- "That USED to be lethal to animals" Woah bro, your entire comment was useless after that remark. Plus, how do you even know that OP has any animals? Please go away with your PETA beliefs.

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  My_Misery  |  0

Apparently, you can't read, I'm not part of PETA, also my point was that stuff is POISONOUS and they weren't careful with it. Please get away with your retarded reading comprehension skills, fucking idiots on this board can't read shit.

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  Stain92  |  14

Considering she has a vent in her room which allows air flow powerful enough to blow spary back into her eyes makes the window option fairly redundant. The other two options were fine.

By  godlybacon  |  3

Did that hurt your... febrEYES?!?!?!?!?!?! That was terrible.

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I found it amusing. You deserve a thumbs up!

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  ShroomsOnAcid  |  15

80, That's what actual cleaning is for. Plus, you can light a candle, burn some incense, or even make your own potpourri if you want your room to have some kind of smell. But too many people just use Febreeze or air fresheners instead of realizing that if their room smells, there's most likely a reason.

By  DocBastard  |  38

You realise Febreze doesn't actually clean stuff, right? If your room is dirty, CLEAN IT. Don't just spray some stuff around that's going to mask your stench.

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  chellyX92  |  8

So you scrub your couch with soap and water every time you want it smelling good? Yes you clean things but even clean things loose their fresh scent, that's one of the reasons why Fabreze was made.

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  ShroomsOnAcid  |  15

55, Clean things don't have a scent. A clean couch smells like a clean couch, not like flowers, "mountains", or cinnamon buns. If it starts smelling noticeably unpleasant after a short period of time, perhaps consider washing your ass/pants more often.

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  SecretMe00  |  5

Some couches don't have cushion covers... Just saying... And also that's only cleaning a small portion of the couch... How could u clean the other part...

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