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I work in the office of a dealership and the person that sits closest to me has an awful odor. Neither I nor the other girls in the office can pin-point what the smell is, perhaps a mixture of many things. To best explain, there is a stale smoke smell mixed with a dog smell and it almost smells like a dumpster. Nobody in the office wishes to say anything, even the office manager refuses to bring it up to her. The smell has been so bad some days that I've gotten physically ill. I don't know what to do anymore!  
 

 

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