Deodorant Cannons

There’s a landfill on the outskirts of Beijing that’s causing citizen complaints due to the overwhelming odor. The Chinese government’s solution? Fragrance cannons to mask the stank.

Apparently they’re “based on Italian technology” – my guess would be that it’s from the New Jersey Research arm of the Axe Body Spray corporation.

10 Responses to “Deodorant Cannons”

  1. Dan says:

    This reminds me of something…

    Oh yeah.

  2. matt says:

    “You’ve got that set to ‘whore'”.

  3. Pitt says:

    Personally, I always preferred the “Everything’s OK” alarm. It can’t be turned off, but it does break frequently.

  4. Pitt says:

    When i first heard about these deodorant cannons, I envisioned a big ass fan with about a hundred of those little rear view mirror air freshener trees hanging in front of it.

    “Well, this is great, I can’t smell the landfill anymore, but why does it all of a sudden smell like a new car around here?”

  5. Kevin says:

    Pine?

  6. matt says:

    @Pitt

    I thought it would be like the overly flowery air freshener spray that some people use in their bathrooms. The kind that actually smells worse than human poo.

  7. BrianN says:

    It says the tech is actually Italian and German. Do you think they have these set up as a sort of reverse maginot line to counter france’s cheese?

  8. Dan says:

    I’m sure that literally shooting what scientists would classify as “a god damn shitload” of particles into an already polluted skyline won’t hurt anything either. Way to be progressive, China.

  9. BrianN says:

    @Dan

    It’s actually ” a god damn shitton” a god damn shitload is 10^7 smidgens, which is two factors of ten lower than a god damn shitton.

  10. Pitt says:

    @BrianN,
    I prefer the “metric fuckton”, myself, which is comprised of a thousand metric fuckloads. A metric fuckload, of course, is the SI unit of measure approved by NIST.

    Or, if you’re British, the “Metric Effingtonne”.

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