Although in Japan the hairiness paradigm is valid. Northern Ainu are more hairy than other Japanese. I don't know if modern population distribution is accurately depicting where hairiness mutations originated in any case.
I honestly have no clear idea what moldy pork smells like, but I am familiar with wet dog smell, so...
Actually if I am outdoors exerting myself and then get rained on, I can smell it on myself. It isn't musky like underarm odor, it's a different odor.
As long as we're on the subject I may as well mention the dietary odors that are noticeable, like taking a piss after eating asparagus, that is an obvious reminder you ate asparagus earlier.
lol weren't we talking about ignoring trolls yesterday?
At present, hirsuteness is most associated with darker Caucasoid males and least with Northern Asians, East Asians and Native Americans (who come from North Asian roots) so I don't think hairiness is an adaptation to the cold.There seems to be a strong association with body hair and oily skin so maybe it's part of the same "cooling system" that's ideal for the Mediteranean climate.
I agree. When you walk past a Somali negro they always smell like shit.