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Q: Anyone know why chinese girls did not wear perfume

I notice many Chinese did not wear perfume at work or office. Any one know why?

Or when are they choose to wear perfume?

3 years 31 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - China

 
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Personally I prefer women who don’t wear perfume. 

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did you meet a chinese office girl that smelled bad?

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Personally I prefer women who don’t wear perfume. 

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Asians sweat glands are genetically different than westerners and no need for deodorant and can shower less often, another strange thing is the earwax is gray instead of a dark reddish brown. Exceptions apply and it's a generalization that is true in most cases, I have never found a good local scientific explanation for this. Another peculiar trait since I have had yellow fever since puberty, is Asian girls no matter what country seemed to shed hair more than western females, the irritation of getting hair out of mops is worth the hassle overall though.

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In conlusion, Chinese girls naturaly body smell is good.

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They have that sweet new B.O perfume.

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I see them use cheap perfumes. If no one used them, perfumes wouldn't be sold every where.

 

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