smell the stuff

smell the stuff

verb
See also: smell, stuff
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As one man said on the radio today, you only have to walk around the town to smell the stuff - it's everywhere.
However with engineered wood, especially MDF, you really don't want to smell the stuff, you want to protect yourself from it - especially from any dust given off when cutting MDF because you don't know what harm those resins and adhesives can do.
Some of us can still smell the stuff when we've shut our front doors.
There would be no point with perfume anyway, since I never get close enough to Cement Woman to actually smell the stuff.
When I got out of the lift I could virtually smell the stuff drifting.
"You can certainly smell the stuff but no one ever mentioned mad cow disease.