Chuff's Table of Elemental Odours

The table of Elemental Odours as defined by Wilbur Chuff in 1842 is still in use today. However, the discovery of Marmite means that this table must now be completely revised - or maybe they could just tack Marmite on at the end.

F

Flowers

Pl

Plasticine

Jf

Juicy Fruit

NG

New-Mown Grass

Cr

Creosote on a hot day

Gn

Gas (natural)

Gu

Gas (unnatural)

Egg

Egg

H

Bacon

Ct

Catfood

GPm

Glossy paper in a new magazine

Chhh

Cheese

Cuuu

Curry

Ts

Teen Spirit

MU?

That block of stuff they put in men's urinals

 

OP

Old people

Ab

Aberystwyth

P

Poo

 

Notes:

1. Plasticine is highly unstable and decays rapidly to become Bacon.
2. Curry does not occur naturally, except at high temperature and pressure.


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