RE: OFF-TOPIC question about an office thing

Subject: RE: OFF-TOPIC question about an office thing
From: Abby Klemmer <aklemmer -at- factset -dot- com>
To: k -dot- zorn -at- zorntech -dot- com, techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2006 09:44:14 -0400

Oh, wow.... this brings back memories!!

When I was in my first trimester of pregnancy with my daughter, oh how I
did dread "Indian food days" at work. Normally I love Indian food, but
during that massively-nauseated time, the strong ethnic-food smells just
made me ill. And I wasn't even "out of the closet" yet with regards to the
pregnancy, so I couldn't ask my co-workers to relocate without letting the
cat out of the bag.

*That* was a fun couple of months. ^_^


Karen Zorn wrote:
> Perfumes are just one of the "odor" problems. I've worked in cube cities
> where people often ate lunch at their desks. Certain ethnic dishes can
> aromas that are unpleasant to cube neighbors. After multiple complaints
> one company, a new policy "no dining at desks" was implemented. The
> then migrated to the lunch room.


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