There's one in every classroom, it seems. The kid with an unfortunate smell of pickle loaf or salami. Oddly, the kid in question is mostly vegetarian according to his mother. I suggested feeding him megadoses of salami, in accordance with William's Law (TM) which is to doeth that which is the opposite of what you should expect. This advice met with resistance. She is not a fan of lunchmeat. For that matter meat in general.
Anyone have a diagnosis (other than "Lunch Meat Olfactory Extrusion Syndrome," which does not appear in my latest Merck Manual), home remedy, and/or advice?
This is your evolutionary sense of finding the weakest in the herd (obviously the vegetarian). You subconsciously want to eat the child/cull the herd, so they smell like delicious, delicious lunch meat.