If you want to know what someone does just ask them to remove a shoe, hand it to you and permit you take a big fat whiff! If it smells musty and stale, you can be pretty sure this person is a frumpy college prof who spends a great deal of his time in a dimly-lit library, or is a caregiver at an assisted-living facility.
If, after inhaling deeply you recognize a dank, moldy odor, it's fair to say that he or she spends a lot of time in a basement that repeatedly floods every time it rains, or is a janitor who has the unenviable job of cleaning the football team's locker room.
And, if you smell the strong aroma of something floral, chances are this person is an obssessive-compulsive who is constantly spraying every nook-and-cranny of himself to make doubly sure that he doesn't stink, or is a pale-skinned, formally-dressed funeral director.
I could go on and on, but I think you get the gist of my Monday morning blog. But alas, if you would indulge me, I have just one more observation to share.
If the insole of this person's shoe reeks of cow dung and horse manure, you've come face-to-face with a Washington, D.C. politician or someone who works at any of the States Capitol buildings. I can't think of another profession that emits a repulsive stench of that magnitude. Can you?
My advice to you is to keep your nose clean and keep it out of peoples' shoes!!!!!!!!!!!!!