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    Quote Originally Posted by WHHJR View Post
    Call it perfume and wear it with pride...
    THIS.


    I bought the "Diesel" brand cologne, and was very disappointed.


    Soon as I find a girl that likes the scent, she'll be a keeper.

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    If I ever spent horizontal time with a girl that smelled like diesel, I would be rolling it over and parting the mud flaps. I can't stand the stench of diesel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Welden View Post
    How do you get rid of the cancer?
    A sharp knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Welden View Post
    How do you get rid of the cancer?
    It's going to be there long enough to wash it off,no longer.

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    Don't know if it'll work on skin, but I do use white vinegar to get rid of the smell
    of fuel oil when the service guy spills a bit on the concrete in the basement.

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    I found a soap recently, much like Fells Naptha, only in a tub called Tar-kelp.

    Seem's to work fairly well on grease and deisel smell. Little to no odor.


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