Friday, October 19, 2007
Don't the Autumn Leaves smell good?
In Montréal the answer for anybody would be no. Because of the warm and moist weather, all the leaves are starting to rot. When leaves start to decay, they give off a bad aroma. The smell of the leaves is worse then 100 skunks put together. Because of the wind, the smell spreads across the whole city. I'm sure that many people are thinking about the odour. If you smell or smelled it please tell me about it by leaving a comment at the end of this blog post. I blame this aroma on global warming and the way that humanity is responsible for speeding up this environmental catastrophe. We can't stop global warming but we can slow it down. The warmer weather provides an excellent scenario for the leaves to rot. People might die because of this smell. For example, you won't be able to smell a gas leak after opening a window because the smell of decomposing leaves will mask the smell of dangerous gas. So don't open your window, and save yourself from suffocating in gas leaks by doing your part to combat global warming.
Posted by Owner and Doggy at 07:09