As my just desserts for ignoring my blog and not making time to visit your blogs, I just got a near fatal whiff of karmic tea.
It would seem the answer to “What’s that smell?” is, in this case, “The tea I’ve had sitting at my computer desk for over a week.”
Let this be a lesson to all of you: Don’t drink tea!!! And if you find you must drink tea, don’t be the kind of slob who would leave such a thing lying around for weeks.
The smell of the old tea was not quite as bad as that of the curdled milk I once found lying on one of our more underused tables but was worse than almost any other liquid I’ve ever smelled – urine included.
It just occurred to me that “urine included” is rather a strange turn of phrase. Is urine included? Or is it extra?
Nevermind. Just ignore me. I’m being silly. Don’t encourage me in any way when I get like this. Have a lovely day.
I just recently had the same whiffiness which turned out to be a rotten, festering apple core which had somehow wedged itself between the printer and the cd burner. Ugh.
Maybe it’s the season for such things, but I finally tracked down a stench in my wife’s minivan — she was oblivious to this — to a plastic baggie that looked like it was filled with soy sauce. I’m sure it was something the kids dropped and it festered.
Ah HA! So YOUR the one…
*LOL* Oh no. But hey, you haven’t left a cup of Milo sitting on your desk for the length of the two weeks you took off on your last holiday. Ahem. BAD smell. Bad, bad, BAD.
The spoiled milk smell is awful. I hate it when I forget a cup in my car, and then the car rolls under the seat, and then the car just smells slightly bad until I find the cup and then pass out from the smell and…
Oh, and I was going to say that that phrase “Urine included” is most likely going to get you some fun google-visitors.