I love the smell of Night Scented Stock- it reminds me of my childhood- or jasmine flowers.
I love the smell of oranges. It just smells fresh and clean.
My favorite is the Southern Appalachian forest following a summer rain. I grew up walking and canoeing those woods, and the nose knows.
I especially love the scent of my sweetheart's neck....Hmmmmm!
Too bad he's in Brazil and I am in Spain but I keep imagining my head, leaning into his manly chest, smelling his all time favorite perfum, Hugo Boss.
The smell of warm, melted chocolate for obvious reasons I also love the smell of a bakery. It reminds me of when I was a kid, walking to my Gran's house. There was a small bakery that I walked passed on a small road and the sweet smell of dough would let me know I was nearly there. Sadly it's gone now but I can still remember that smell like I remember my own name. Those were the days.
I love the smell of boxwood shrubs, they remind me of my grandparents house when I was young.
O boy.....hard question.....I love the smell of baking bread.....or maybe I like fresh flowers....no, I like.....I dont know! Too many to choose from! :-)
I love the smell of fresh cut grass, it reminds me of planting flowers and just digging in the dirt.It is the most relaxing thing that I can think of.
Definitely the smell you get when you walk by Cinnabon. The sweet smell of cinnamon and sugar along with baked bread is unlike any other. Hard to resist.
I like the smell of fresh laundry because it simply feels clean and fresh and natural.
I love the smell of blooming jasmine, it smells like summer.
i love the smell of burning petrol and why ?? i don't have any idea , would love to know the reason though
I'm with you. I like general the smell of petrol. I've loved it as a child. Later, I realized that it might be unhealthy to breathe in gasoline. :-|
That's a good bit of information but i m still a child at heart though so i can smell some
Please stay like a child as long as only possible :-)
The smell of freshly laundered sheets is so comforting, I also love the smell of freshly ground coffee and the smoky wood smell of autumn.
In tangible, bottled scents, anything coconut.
In the real world, I have two. One is that damp soil smell that comes right before a rain. The other is the minty, icy smell on the air before snow. So, the smells of weather!
Satya Fresh Rose Incense! I think it just smells spectacular burning. I think this is a scent everyone should try out in their homes once! Well, I also think the Rose Water toner also smells this good. I don't think roses themselves actually smell as good as the rose scent in these products. I don't know why. Probably because I have an allergic reaction from sniffing a real rose!
i love fruity smells...not sure why. they just smell to clean and fresh and healthy!
If this means a smell for anything? I'm a woman so I'd have to say my favorite perfume 'Chanel No 5' I like it and Love it but for this reason this is because it's way out of my price range.
I love the smell of calamansi/lemon fruits. It´s refreshing.
Bit of an odd one - The smell of burning coal.
When I was a kid we used to frequent a park with small steam trains which you could ride on, so that's where it came from
I have so many....the smokey smell of wood burning, and the smells of jasmine and honeysuckle would be my favorites.
I love the smell of cookies baking in the oven on a cold winter's day whether it is chocolate chip or sugar cookies. I like it because it is usually a family affair and whether I get to be froster or cookie cutter this year is anyone's guess.
A fresh honeysuckle flower smells fantastic. It is seductively sweet, without any harsh overtones like you find in perfumes. I prefer its smell over that of roses. It reminds me of the sweet smells of Texas summers.
I love the smell of lilacs and cherry blossoms. It says to me that the cold, cruel winter is finally over and I can look forward to months of peaceful warmth.
I also like that almost dusty smell the air gets when it just begins to rain...it's almost as if the world is being washed clean again. It's a comforting feeling, especially if it's been dry for too long.
It has to be bread baking. YUM! I have a bread machine and make a self designed flax bread which is even healthy!
by ChristineVianello 11 years ago
Why do I love the smell of gas?The smell of gasoline that is haha. But seriously, gasoline has such a strong smell that I love. Even though how terrible it is to our lungs, I love it.
by Beth Eaglescliffe 8 years ago
For me it's ...The smell of new-mown grass.The sound of bees gathering pollen.
by Paul Edmondson 11 years ago
How many oranges does it take to make a glass of fresh squeezed orange juice?
by Time4Travel 11 years ago
We encounter smells all of the time-- during the holidays, at malls, in forests, etc. But, which smell is your favorite?I'll start...Beeswax
by lmarsh1203 9 years ago
If colors had a smell, what would your favorite color smell like?
by Holle Abee 9 years ago
Mine are:1. Frasier fir tree2. Paul Sebastian men's cologne3. pumpkin pie4. horses5. yeast rolls baking
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