Hey nerds, it’s Anosmia Awareness Day, which means it’s time again for this fantastic vid:
I love how the comment section is full of anosmics. Music brings us together, yo.
Heeeeeeeeeeeey, it’s Anosmia Awareness Day! Go hug a non-smeller and watch this video I posted awhile back because it’s fantastic.
(And get me this shirt, haha.)
It’s Anosmia Awareness Day 2016!
I know anosmia isn’t the biggest deal in the world, but there’s a good number of us out there who have it, congenital or otherwise. Here’s a map of just those of us from the Anosmics of the World, Unite! Facebook page who’ve marked our locations for others to see.
Also there’s this, which seems pretty cool.
Woah, Coldplay. Woah.
Crank this up and sit in a dark room.
This reminds me of Muse’s Madness in the “this is by one of my favorite groups but doesn’t sound at all like them but it’s even more magnificent because of that” sense.
Apparently there are a lot of mixed feelings about this song, but I really like it. Give it a listen and decide for yourself.
Also: it’s Anosmia Awareness Day today! Go hug a non-smeller and check out this blog run by someone who has anosmia.
Happy Anosmia Awareness Day, everyone!
For the second year in a row, an awareness day for the nose blind has been organized.
I’ve posted this video before, but it’s an awesome mini documentary and is obviously relevant to today.
I belong to the group “Anosmics of the World, Unite!” on Facebook. We’re a group of 711 people who were either born without a sense of smell or lost it due to head injury/nasal viral infection/nasal polyps/etc. It was decided that today, February 23rd, would be our Facebook-driven Anosmia Awareness Day.
I know I’ve linked to the Wiki Anosmia page multiple times in this blog, so instead I’ll link you all to this fantastic little article. Please give it a read, especially those rare individuals out there who stumble upon this blog who haven’t already heard me blah-blah-blah about anosmia.
Enjoy! Stop and smell the roses for me. :)