0
$ £
usLuckyMe
Forum Angel
LuckyMe's picture
Location: Ohio, USA
Joined: 10 Dec 2011
Posts: 7400
Thanks given: 163
Thanks received: 222
28 January 2012 - 9:26am

What are Some of Your Favorite Smells?

12 replies • Last post

Just list anything smell that you like.

I love the fresh smell of pine trees.

I love the scent of vanilla candles.

I love the smell of Spring on a Winter day.

1 member gave thanks for this useful post: hope777

ushope777
Forum Angel
hope777's picture
Location: Minnesota USA
Joined: 1 Jan 2011
Posts: 12171
Thanks given: 955
Thanks received: 717
28 January 2012 - 9:43pm
#1

I love the smell of cinnamon.
Cranberry candles
Lemon anything
Bread baking in the oven
Rain

Hope777

Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of the things, and no good thing ever dies.
Shawshank Redemption

usLuckyMe
Forum Angel
LuckyMe's picture
Location: Ohio, USA
Joined: 10 Dec 2011
Posts: 7400
Thanks given: 163
Thanks received: 222
29 January 2012 - 12:51am
#2
hope777 wrote:

I love the smell of cinnamon.
Cranberry candles
Lemon anything
Bread baking in the oven
Rain

Bread baking in the oven is good, or cookies. I love the smell of clean rain. Sometimes here the rain smells bad.

ushope777
Forum Angel
hope777's picture
Location: Minnesota USA
Joined: 1 Jan 2011
Posts: 12171
Thanks given: 955
Thanks received: 717
29 January 2012 - 9:31pm
#3

If you want your house to smell good, and you can add some humidity to the air while doing so, you can put the following on the stove to simmer:

Apple juice or apple cider
Whole cloves
Orange peel
Cinnamon sticks

Simmer the mixture on your stove top. As the mixture boils down, you can add water or more juice/cider. When someone walks in, they will ask what you are cooking/baking, and if no one comes over, you can still enjoy a wonderful-smelling home. Delicious! Smile

Hope777

Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of the things, and no good thing ever dies.
Shawshank Redemption

usLuckyMe
Forum Angel
LuckyMe's picture
Location: Ohio, USA
Joined: 10 Dec 2011
Posts: 7400
Thanks given: 163
Thanks received: 222
30 January 2012 - 2:13am
#4

I love puppy breath too. I don't like to be kissed by dogs but puppy breath is ok.

usLuckyMe
Forum Angel
LuckyMe's picture
Location: Ohio, USA
Joined: 10 Dec 2011
Posts: 7400
Thanks given: 163
Thanks received: 222
30 January 2012 - 2:14am
#5
hope777 wrote:

If you want your house to smell good, and you can add some humidity to the air while doing so, you can put the following on the stove to simmer:

Apple juice or apple cider
Whole cloves
Orange peel
Cinnamon sticks

Simmer the mixture on your stove top. As the mixture boils down, you can add water or more juice/cider. When someone walks in, they will ask what you are cooking/baking, and if no one comes over, you can still enjoy a wonderful-smelling home. Delicious! Smile

I used to have a cinnamon broom that I hung by the door. It smelled so good but was a little too strong. I had to get rid of it.

auCL-Ed
StaffStaff
CL-Ed's picture
Location: Sydney
Joined: 7 Sep 2007
Posts: 6124
Thanks given: 2477
Thanks received: 1773
30 January 2012 - 3:48am
#6

I like the smell of freshly cut grass. Apparently its ozone.

Always play it safe! Consult our list of rogue casinos and warnings before depositing.
Every comment you make in our forum earns you CLchips which can be used to buy real prizes in our CLchips shop!

usLuckyMe
Forum Angel
LuckyMe's picture
Location: Ohio, USA
Joined: 10 Dec 2011
Posts: 7400
Thanks given: 163
Thanks received: 222
30 January 2012 - 3:53am
#7
CL-Ed wrote:

I like the smell of freshly cut grass. Apparently its ozone.

I used to love the smell of freshly cut grass until my allergies crept into my life.

I like the smell of freshly dried towels.

usUbetcha
True PlayerTrue Player
Ubetcha's picture
Joined: 28 Dec 2011
Posts: 880
Thanks given: 222
Thanks received: 84
30 January 2012 - 5:18am
#8

I like the smell of Mulberry, a Yankee candle or a carpet deodorizer that has mulberry scent ... smells so good!

Y'all take care.. =^. .^=

auCL-Ed
StaffStaff
CL-Ed's picture
Location: Sydney
Joined: 7 Sep 2007
Posts: 6124
Thanks given: 2477
Thanks received: 1773
30 January 2012 - 5:54am
#9
LuckyMe wrote:

I like the smell of freshly dried towels.

Oh yes, you get out of the shower and wrap one round you and it smells awesome - but I prefer sun dried and not from the dryer!

Always play it safe! Consult our list of rogue casinos and warnings before depositing.
Every comment you make in our forum earns you CLchips which can be used to buy real prizes in our CLchips shop!

usLuckyMe
Forum Angel
LuckyMe's picture
Location: Ohio, USA
Joined: 10 Dec 2011
Posts: 7400
Thanks given: 163
Thanks received: 222
30 January 2012 - 5:55am
#10
Ubetcha wrote:

I like the smell of Mulberry, a Yankee candle or a carpet deodorizer that has mulberry scent ... smells so good!

I have some Yankee candles (another garage sale find) but I am so sensitive to most smells I have to be careful. I have to say that I don't know what mulberry smells like.

ushope777
Forum Angel
hope777's picture
Location: Minnesota USA
Joined: 1 Jan 2011
Posts: 12171
Thanks given: 955
Thanks received: 717
30 January 2012 - 6:32pm
#11

My favorite winter scent is cranberry. Now they mix cranberry with so many other scents, and I just LOVE straight cranberry. I am thankful I am not allergic, because I really love so many different scents. You cannot get me out of a candle store or a Bath and Body Works store, because I have to smell everything. My mom, who has allergies, runs the other way! lol

I also LOVE the smell of towels AND my sheets when they have been dried on the clothesline. That is also a childhood-memory smell. I miss being able to hang out my towels and sheets. Nothing smells more fresh! Smile

I also like the smell of freshly cut grass.

Hope777

Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of the things, and no good thing ever dies.
Shawshank Redemption

usLuckyMe
Forum Angel
LuckyMe's picture
Location: Ohio, USA
Joined: 10 Dec 2011
Posts: 7400
Thanks given: 163
Thanks received: 222
31 January 2012 - 6:36am
#12
hope777 wrote:

I also LOVE the smell of towels AND my sheets when they have been dried on the clothesline. That is also a childhood-memory smell. I miss being able to hang out my towels and sheets. Nothing smells more fresh! Smile

I also like the smell of freshly cut grass.

I have to run out of most isles with scents unfortunately. I used to love hanging out clothes. It was like therapy.

Share this