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28 January 2012 - 9:26am

What are Some of Your Favorite Smells?

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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.

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28 January 2012 - 9:43pm
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I love the smell of cinnamon.
Cranberry candles
Lemon anything
Bread baking in the oven
Rain

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29 January 2012 - 12:51am
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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.

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29 January 2012 - 9:31pm
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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

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30 January 2012 - 2:13am
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I love puppy breath too. I don't like to be kissed by dogs but puppy breath is ok.

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30 January 2012 - 2:14am
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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.

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30 January 2012 - 3:48am
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I like the smell of freshly cut grass. Apparently its ozone.

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30 January 2012 - 3:53am
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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.

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30 January 2012 - 5:18am
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I like the smell of Mulberry, a Yankee candle or a carpet deodorizer that has mulberry scent ... smells so good!

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30 January 2012 - 5:54am
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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!

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30 January 2012 - 5:55am
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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.

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30 January 2012 - 6:32pm
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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.

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31 January 2012 - 6:36am
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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.