Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Hump Day Poll: PeeeeYooooo!


Where is the worst smelling place you’ve been?

I mean absolutely zero disrespect to this state as a whole but when we drove home from Yellowstone past a corporate cow "farm" in Nebraska, it smelled like the entire state farted at the same time.  I almost threw up and the smell lingered STRONG for 5 miles and could still be faintly smelled at 10. It's like when you drive past a dead skunk and can't close the vent up in time and it sears into your nostrils rendering your nose completely useless for at least two hours.  I'm sure Nebraska is lovely but that was an atrocity to smell!


What about you?  Where is the worst smelling place you’ve been? 

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  1. Yeah Nebraska takes the cake there. That was the worst smell I have ever experienced and I have driven past farms in Texas that were almost as big but didn't smell like that, so I don't know what is going on there.

  2. I went to college in Greeley, Colorado. Meat packing is a huge industry there, and back then the feedlots were practically in city limits. Plus some of the processing itself is a smelly business. It wasn't bad all the time, but depending on the wind and what they were processing there were days when "the smell of money" was overwhelming.

  3. I went to the Coors plant in Golden Colorado when I was 18 or 19 and the smell of the hops and all they do there was SOOOOOOO bad. To this day if I smell anything remotely like that, I get sick to my stomach. Oddly, cereal places and the Nestle place out here have a similar smell, just not as strong.


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