Wednesday morning, Angel busted up in the WBKR studio and immediately started complaining that it smelled bad.  She said it smelled like something wet or mildew.  Well, I am not sure if I have ever shared this, but I have a very limited sense of smell.  Truly.  I rarely smell anything so I was no help at all in helping Angel pinpoint the culprit.  She decided that it smelled like someone left wet laundry in the washing machine too long and it spoiled.  Naturally, I immediately got self-conscious.  It's no secret that I am a sweater.  And I run.  And I get ripe when I do.  I realized it was entirely possible that what she was smelling was me.  So, I invited her to sniff me.  She shoved her snout into the side of my arm and power-whiffed the sleeve of my t-shirt.

Thankfully, it wasn't me!

But our little bloodhound wasn't satisfied because she hadn't yet discovered the source of the foul, rank smell.  The next thing I know, Angel was crawling around on all fours in the studio (and the hallway) and sniffing the carpet.  I swear.  I knew you all would think I was making this up, so I got my phone to video her for proof.  While I don't have much of a sense of smell, I do have an amazing sense of sight and I can assure you this is one of the most bizarre things my two eyes have ever seen.

Is that not the weirdest thing ever?  I was on the verge of thinking that we should just go ahead and commit her when THIS happened--->

BREAKING NEWS!  As I am writing this story, our friend Ashley called me.  I told her I was writing this story and she said, "Oh my gosh!!  I do that too.  How else are you going to find out where the smell is coming from?"

Okay, apparently this is normal and I am the crazy one???  Do YOU do sniff out smells like a bloodhound or a walker?  Please tell me this really isn't a thing.

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