To many, urine smells like urine and vanilla smells like vanilla.
But androstenone, a derivative of testosterone that is a potent ingredient in male body odor, can smell like either - depending on your genes.
this movie is mostly zany, comical and off the wall.
There are a few points that might be objectionable - there's one scene where an ex-con wields a gun, there's a scene in a bar where the patrons (a biker gang) talk about hanging and killing pee wee for knocking over their bikes (the bikers are more cartoonish then realistic, and eventually become friends with pee wee). In an earlier scene, there's some very, very mild sexual innuendo between pee wee and a waitress. There are a number of very scary scenes, Large Marge in particular.
David Letterman, who first helped to propel Pee-wee—and his portrayer, Paul Reubens—to fame in the early 1980s, has observed that the character “has the external structure of a bratty little precocious kid, but you know it’s being controlled by the incubus—the manifestation of evil itself.”That might be slightly overstating the case, but it helps to explain why Pee-wee has remained compelling and also confusing to audiences in the ’80s and ’90s and beyond: He embodies a tension that is understood both by kids who think the world is biased against them, and by adults who think the same.
Pee-wee, for all his human attributes, does not seem to engage in that most fundamental of human activities: aging.
And he is a male who does not seem to be interested in that most fundamental of human preoccupations: sex.
This—Pee-wee’s status as a man-child, a Peter Pan in pancake makeup—is the source of his charm; it is also, sometimes, the source of his menace.
Why the same sweaty man smells sweet like vanilla to one person and repellent like urine to another comes down to the smeller's genes.
Up to one-third of adult humans cannot perceive an odor in a component of male body odor that induces physiological responses in both men and women.