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    Post People are different when you can smell them and see them up close..

    Teachers,

    What does this statement mean?

    People are different when you can smell them and see them up close.

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    Re: People are different when you can smell them and see them up close..

    I don't think the people are different. Your perceptions of them are different when you can smell them and see them up close. (Why are you getting so close? ) Anyhow, without additional context I cannot be sure what the writer (or speaker) means by that sentence.


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