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Old 09-28-2004, 03:14 AM   #41
 
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I made the mistake of falling asleep on the couch earlier while watching a movie. I lit some lavender incense... it smells so good and supposed to be relaxing.. maybe that will help
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Old 09-28-2004, 06:25 AM   #42
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I like the smell of bacon cooking, potatoes and onions, coffee brewing and I really love the smell of vanilla. As for perfume poison is my favorite.
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Old 10-05-2004, 06:14 PM   #43
 
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MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM.. and here I was going to go work out.. ughhhhh..the neighbors are bbq'ing chicken.. it smells soooooooooooooo good!!!!!!! ughhhh.. I had to poke my nose out the door to let the aroma in!
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Old 10-06-2004, 06:55 PM   #44
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I guess I love cooking because I love the aroma around my house when I cook meals. That is half of eating. My favorites would be roasting garlic and a shallot in olive oil, bread fresh from oven, lavender, chopping my favorites fresh herbs Italian parlsey, sage, rosemary, lemon thyme and chives together, chocolate cake, roasted turkey, everything I eat smells good.
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A lot of folks have said they like they way babys smell. Huh? They either smell like poop or baby powder. Im guessing they like the baby powder smell. Personally baby powder makes me gag. I just dont like like it.
I like the smell of a smoker cooking BBQ. I like the smell of citrus. I enjoy smelling a camp fire. I guess I like mascquline smells. Is coconut one of those scents? Because I enjoy that too. I love the smell of the ocean. Of good beer..... pine trees. Am I alone here? :roll: :oops:
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Old 10-06-2004, 10:00 PM   #46
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A lot of folks have said they like they way babys smell. Huh? They either smell like poop or baby powder. Im guessing they like the baby powder smell. Personally baby powder makes me gag. I just dont like like it.
I like the smell of a smoker cooking BBQ. I like the smell of citrus. I enjoy smelling a camp fire. I guess I like mascquline smells. Is coconut one of those scents? Because I enjoy that too. I love the smell of the ocean. Of good beer..... pine trees. Am I alone here? :roll: :oops:
heya sush, i was wondering the same thing about babies heads, so i went home and sniffed my boy's little warm melon. i have a pretty good nose, and it didn'treally smell like anything, except, it was wondefully warm and soft. i guess you're right about that it must be the perfumes in the soap or baby powder. still, kissing a babies head is a great thing.
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D,. Sushi is sniffing the wrong end of the baby.
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Hi! It's been a while. I've loved reading about everybody's fave smells. I don't have a great nose, but I love my papaya/mango body cream, fresh strawberries, the smell of onions and mushrooms cooking, and babies' necks and heads. Even the sour milk smell on them is just fine with me! I miss my babies. My youngest is pushing 24. What happened???
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Hi! It's been a while. I've loved reading about everybody's fave smells. I don't have a great nose, but I love my papaya/mango body cream, fresh strawberries, the smell of onions and mushrooms cooking, and babies' necks and heads. Even the sour milk smell on them is just fine with me! I miss my babies. My youngest is pushing 24. What happened???
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