What do you like the smell of?

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27/08/2011 at 14:36

sweaty and smoky, obviously.

<drifts off into pervy thoughts>

27/08/2011 at 14:51

Lol Kwilter, i read my post again afterwards and thats exactly what i read it as and i thought i'd made a typo...i didn't think anyone would notice....

on that train of thought - i do like a man in uniform

27/08/2011 at 15:42

Yes I'd go for the fireman too, sweaty and smoky... Has to be clean sweat though not dirty rancid sweat

Other smells;

My loved ones neck and head (when I'm not single) although I did have a partner years ago with an odd smell I didn't like, not bad or dirty just different  

Petrol

Thunder storm

Wet autumn leaves

Freshly cut grass/hay especially if  I can hear the lawnmower/combined harvester in the background

Jasmin, Hyacinth, Lillies and Lilac flowers in particular but all flowers and plants really

Petrichor (thanks for the new word)

Coffee beans/powder

Tobacco leaves

Baby heads and necks

27/08/2011 at 15:49
Despite repetition it's got to be the following in this order:

1) Freshly cut grass (I run better if I can smell this!)
2) Fresh coffee
3) New car.

In fact, if I can drive out to the country in a new car, run through freshly mowed fields and have a fresh coffee when I get back to recover, thats a good day!
27/08/2011 at 15:59
snails pace 72 wrote (see)

on that train of thought - i do like a man in uniform


oh my good yes...*feels all faint*...men in uniform.. phwoooarrr....(and i dont mean the posties uniform)
27/08/2011 at 16:01
i read it as 'firefighters' too.....bring em on...preferably sweaty..and not wearing much except a bit of dirt...
27/08/2011 at 17:51

Mmm - don't know about the dirt....i quite like a clean look....

<ponders for about 1 second> - i'll just get him to call round BEFORE his shift starts......or i suppose if it was after his shift, i'd just have to insist he got out of the dirty uniform......<has face of innocence>

Edited for typo because I got carried away in my thoughts!!

Edited: 27/08/2011 at 17:53
27/08/2011 at 18:37
Mmmm firemen ;0)
27/08/2011 at 20:17

Woman (take that as you wish) and money, love it!!

(the two are normally together anyway)

27/08/2011 at 22:46
I love the way US dollars smell. Kind of dusty and damp.
28/08/2011 at 03:24

Pea You Ess Ess Why?

If you have to ask........


29/08/2011 at 09:56

Cobblers shops / leather in general

Damp dusty pavements just wet after a tropical thunderstorm

Cut grass

2 stroke engines (motocross bikes etc.)

Wintergreen

30/08/2011 at 12:26

Love: Incense, frankincense,

Spices: cardamon is so sensual.................. 

curry too, indian spices

garlic, cooking garlic,

cumin is sexy too,

Roses,

patchouli,

sandalwood,

 melting butter,

fresh meat/steak

cooking meat,

and Monoi oil..............that's unique!

30/08/2011 at 16:03
Wright's Coal Tar soap
30/08/2011 at 16:26

babypowder and baby oil...

....on a fireman in uniform

30/08/2011 at 16:26
....sorry, couldnt help it
30/08/2011 at 16:30

Wood burning chimneys in autumn and wild garlic in spring.

30/08/2011 at 16:30

I love the smell of:

- Petrol (only at the petrol station)
- Fresh coffee
- A new book (when you open up the pages)
- Fresh clothes just out of the washing machine

31/08/2011 at 13:05

A brand new vinyl record when you take it out of the sleeve the first time.

The countryside early on a late spring/early summer morning after rain

07/12/2011 at 13:16

Like the fact you remember vinyl BOTF! I'm a bit of a vinyl collector. DO remember the static you get when you first take it out of the sleeve?

Anyway, was out running last night and we went past a pub that had its' “Curry and a Pint for a £5” night. The smell of curry in the cold night air was gorgeous.


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