Fresh cut grass
New leather coats
Cucumber being cut from two rooms away
Freshly brewed tea
The smell of autumn
The smell of witchcraft .oils herbs incense candles burning .It's a very distinct smell .
The smell of laundry being done .The dryer especially
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Posted 19 December 2012 - 08:16 AM
I see a lot of people like the smell of gasoline. I like the smell of a garage; the rusty, greasy/oily scent an old junkyard would have. Although not weird, liquid Ivory hand soap smells nice. It reminds me of my aunt's house.
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Posted 19 December 2012 - 02:25 PM
Weird smells.... my favourite has to be fresh cut lumber. I go into home repair places (Home Depot is where it's most noticeable to me) and I just immediately start breathing deeper. lol I also love the smell of Scotch tape. Of course I think it's whatever chemicals 3M uses to make their products because a brand new pack of Post-It notes smells the same as the Scotch tape. I'm sure there are more weird things I like the smell of, but I can think of only these two at the moment.
I have to say reading about people who love the smell of alcohol-based markers - like Sharpies - would love the markers we use here at work. I swear they're like 100 times more potent than a Sharpie. After smelling them, I don't think Sharpies smell at all. LOL You can open one of these markers for 10 seconds and smell it for a good while afterward. You could get high off these things.
Edited by Lady Kasey, 19 December 2012 - 02:26 PM.
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