Gizzards Puke wrote (see)
Well who knew it had a name?!
(Gizzard did, obviously.....)
Freshly washed lady gardens
Badly Drawn Bloke wrote (see)
Nice one Gizzard - never know it was called that. Wonderful smell.
Wilkie wrote (see)
Gizzards Puke wrote (see)PetrichorWell who knew it had a name?!(Gizzard did, obviously.....)
Coffee from a newly opened jar (my fave smell)
Puppies' paws ......a bit weird, soz
Night scented stocks
I'm sure there's others............
(edited for carp spelling)
Some gret smells listed already; I'll include a few in my random list:
Almonds and marzipan
New magazine print
My dog, when she's clean (can't say I've ever smelt her paws, but shall do later )
Fresh baked bread
Play Doh - Before they went and changed it (It's still got a bit of the old smell, but not nearly as lovely).
My boyfriend, fresh from the shower
Edited: For spelling, and also because I've noted that 'fresh' is a bit of a common theme in my list. Good!
Nicko. Hdau wrote (see)
thats the 1st thing that came into my mind too.
2nd was my own farts.
New car smell
nail polish remover
freashly washed bed linen
petrichor (of course)
fresh rolling tobaco
in no particular order
car engine oil
the rose "Jude the obscure" i have in my garden
and, it sounds weird, but does anyone remember the smell of the old red phone boxes ? no, *not* wee, but that warm papery smell of the phone books ?
Juliefrazz wrote (see)
Yes Play Doh used to smell great
Vanilla (real, not synthetic version of)
Backstage (a sort of slightly damp brick smell, hard to describe)
The pavement after rain
A bag of chips from the chipshop with salt and vinegar/..................a taste I can never resist
fresh cut grass,
coffee (though hate the taste)
A new box of Earl Grey Tea,
I have a theory that people don't mind the smell of their own farts compared to other peoples as you get used to your own smell!
Ah yes lavender - I keep grabbing snippets of it to sniff as I walk past gardensLemons, especially if you scrape the skin a bit with your nail
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