sweaty and smoky, obviously.
<drifts off into pervy thoughts>
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
Yes I'd go for the fireman too, sweaty and smoky... Has to be clean sweat though not dirty rancid sweat
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
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)
Baby heads and necks
snails pace 72 wrote (see)
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!!
Woman (take that as you wish) and money, love it!!
(the two are normally together anyway)
Pea You Ess Ess Why?
If you have to ask........
Cobblers shops / leather in general
Damp dusty pavements just wet after a tropical thunderstorm
2 stroke engines (motocross bikes etc.)
Love: Incense, frankincense,
Spices: cardamon is so sensual..................
curry too, indian spices
garlic, cooking garlic,
cumin is sexy too,
and Monoi oil..............that's unique!
babypowder and baby oil...
....on a fireman in uniform
Wood burning chimneys in autumn and wild garlic in spring.
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
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
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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