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Coffee

The ocean (unfortunately, I'm a Midwesterner, so I don't get to smell it very often!)

Pine trees

White Shoulders perfume

Roses

Lilacs

Dry leaves in the fall

Woodsmoke

Springtime coming

The smell that comes just before a rainstorm

Chocolate

Citrus

Cardamon

Cinnamon

Basil

Sage

Baking pumpkin or apple pie

Grilling or roasting meat/poultry

Fresh baked bread

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petermullen']steam

  Elaborate, please. I'm intrigued.

 

I like the scent of garden soil, lime, cilantro, cantaloupe, gardenias, orange blossoms, baby hawks, a certain plant that grows in the beach dunes and smells vaguely of sage, sandalwood,  sea breeze; also I hear Bono smells really good so I'm certain I'd like that smell!   wink.gif

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birdsong wrote:

petermullen']steam

  Elaborate, please. I'm intrigued.

 

I like the scent of garden soil, lime, cilantro, cantaloupe, gardenias, orange blossoms, baby hawks, a certain plant that grows in the beach dunes and smells vaguely of sage, sandalwood,  sea breeze; also I hear Bono smells really good so I'm certain I'd like that smell!  
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oh ya cantilope smells REALLY good, and Bono probably smells even BETTER! :)

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[quote name='birdsong wrote:


petermullen']steam

  Elaborate, please. I'm intrigued.

 

When I was a kid, there was a dry cleaners down the block. As they were doing their thing, the steam would come out in giant bursts through a pipe at the side of the building. I used to love walking by there and smelling that smell.

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[quote name='petermullen wrote:


birdsong wrote:

petermullen']steam

  Elaborate, please. I'm intrigued.

 

When I was a kid, there was a dry cleaners down the block. As they were doing their thing, the steam would come out in giant bursts through a pipe at the side of the building. I used to love walking by there and smelling that smell.

 

That is probably similar to the smell piped outside from a clothes dryer.  I loved that smell too. Haven't thought of that for years.  I also liked to warm my hands in that steam on a cold winter's day.

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