That makes perfect sense, considering Yves Saints Lauren ran over my dog, so naturally I would be repulsed by the smell. Experiences can affect the way you perceive a smell because you relate that smell with that moment. For example, I can't stand my own perfume because it reminds me of the first day of school.
I demand this 'Doctor Butts' do some more sniffing around before exhaling a biased conclusion.
Doing a stupid essay on the "joy of reading" or something.
"I can’t remember the first book that I read and loved but because of constant, rather embarrassing stories from my parents, I do remember the first book I loved; or the gist of it at least. The story was some silly children’s book which followed the pastoral misadventures of some incompetent chick. The chick was constantly peeping, and as a toddler I would demand that this book be read to me several times throughout the day by imitating the chick and driving my poor mother insane."
Psy and me will pack your st00f back in real good if you ever need help.