Sample the new smell for yourself!

Now you can be amongst the first the sample the new smell for yourself. You will need the RealStink™ plug-in, version 2.1 or higher.

First take several deep breaths, then completely empty your lungs*.

Place your nose approximately four inches from the screen, click on the square below and wait for the smell to load.

Then breathe in slowly and steadily through the nose until you feel violently ill.

This smell is not recommended for the elderly, the infirm or Dutch people.

Marmite

As if...

*Note: During busy periods, it may take longer for the smell to download. If the download time is more than five minutes, it is advisable to take one or two breaths to avoid possible death.

WARNING: If monitor becomes lodged up nostril, seek immediate medical assistance.

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