It’s said that a person is born with a sense of smell and an infant recognizes someone through the same means so let’s see what others are our smells useful for
1. For pleasant smelling shoes
Putting some dry tea bags in smelly running shoes or a smelly bag when not in use will absorb the musky scents while imparting some of their own more pleasant aroma.
2. For finding your soulmates
Body Odor might actually help us find our best-fit romantic partners. Body odor is largely influenced by Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) molecules, which are genetically determined and linked to the immune system. Experiments on non-human animals and human participants have shown that we tend to judge potential sexual partners as more attractive if their MHC composition is substantially different from our own. In other words, opposites really might attract, perhaps because such variation in our immunity makes the population more resistant to disease.
3. Sorry! difficult to find soulmates here
East Asians (Chinese, Koreans, and Japanese) have fewer apocrine sweat glands compared to people of other descent, and the lack of these glands make East Asians less prone to body odor.
4. Now that’s an elegant elephant
An elephant’s ability to smell water is so refined that they can sometimes detect water sources from as much as 12 miles away.
5. Ewww! So that’s why their bathroom smells bad
Farts smell worse in the shower because the high turbidity of the air in the shower circulates the gas through the space effectively. Secondly, the high humidity and high temperature condition in the shower enhances a person’s sense of smell and taste. The farts don’t actually smell worse, it’s just that we can smell them better than usual.
6. And here they say my room smells…. Not possible
As an adult, you can distinguish about 10,000 different smells. Dog poo. Fresh-baked cookies. 9,998 others.
7. Hmm!! It smells tasty
Taste is not only experienced by the tongue our nose also works, as it is a known fact that anything we taste and tastes the way due to 75% contribution from the smell or from our nose. So we can say for tasting 25% of work is done by our Tongue or the taste buds while other 75% by our nose.