Not sure if my HVAC loves me

I actually studied an article that attempted to answer the question: Do our creature buddies truly love us? When I hold up a pet treat, I am not sure if my pet enjoys me or the treat. This is not a valid test, and one scientific test ran MRI scans on pets while subjecting them to various smells that were unofficial to compare their reactions to other smells that they actually knew… The results showed that the pet owner’s scent catapults the pet brain into a frenzy of interest in an area called a reward center. The pets prioritize the owner’s smell plus this, the study claimed, is a certain type of love directed to their main benefactors. I potentially could be paranoid, but I swear my HVAC device is trying to use smells to prove if I love it. I’m not attached to any MRI machine that tests my brain interest, but I’m certain that my scan would resemble that of any test pet. Over the past couple of years, I have smelled the “rotten egg” smell plus the smell of gas that triggered my brain to suspect a gas leak. Fortunately, our HVAC serviceman worked on it abruptly. I was subjected to another HVAC smell test when a phase of severely humid weather caused an algae growth in my drainpipes. Another time I smelled what seemed like a pile of unwashed socks, but it was not a laundry complication. Something “organic” had made its way into the gas furnace heat exchanger. I prove my love to my HVAC device by having it worked on by a qualified HVAC professional approximately twice each year. That is when the satisfaction centers in my brain easily become activated as I breathe in the fresh air with the assurance that my HVAC device does indeed enjoy me.
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