@Stoori I find the opposite TBH. With the masks I wear, I only notice particularly strong smells. Like in the street, I might notice a perfume or cigarette smoke, but most of the usual scents pass me by. Especially subtler ones, like the scent of damp or cold air.
@InvaderXan interesting! i guess that different mask types behave differently in this respect. the fabric masks i use tend to gather every possible smell inside and then let them linger there under my nose longer than they'd normally stay.
which is quite annoying, as you might guess
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