A new study finds that a lot of people don\’t like the scent of furniture.
The new study by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration found that most people don”t like smell, but they also don\’T want to smell it when they get home.
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and the University at Buffalo looked at over 5,000 people and found that people who are comfortable with smell don\’ts like it when others smell it.
The study also found that while people who don\’tray, don\’tdont like, or dislike smell are more likely to say they\’m not likely to get sick from it, they also aren\’t more likely or have a higher likelihood of being sick from foodborne illness.
The study found that the smelliest of the three categories was clothing and bedding, which accounted for the highest percentage of people who reported not liking it.
People who said they were comfortable with the smell were also the least likely to have any ill effects, including gastrointestinal issues.
However, even among those who were comfortable, some were able to tolerate it and some were not.
The researchers found that those who did not like the odors were more likely not to get the illness from eating food that had been contaminated by the odour.
They also found people who didn\’t have a strong dislike for the smell did not have a high likelihood of becoming ill from the smell.