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Posted 4/15/14
I really like the smell of vinegar. Idk why, guess i'm just weird.
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smoke, petrol and gunpowder or whatever the term is. I just love the scent of those things for some reason. Such a manly man
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I really like gas, like the gas in lighters that don't spark.
I also really like the smell of greasy hair. I know it's suuuuuper weird but I don't know, I just really like it :S
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ellohthere wrote:

I really like gas, like the gas in lighters that don't spark.
I also really like the smell of greasy hair. I know it's suuuuuper weird but I don't know, I just really like it :S


What does greasy hair smell like..? O.o
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Nyashaa wrote:


ellohthere wrote:

I really like gas, like the gas in lighters that don't spark.
I also really like the smell of greasy hair. I know it's suuuuuper weird but I don't know, I just really like it :S


What does greasy hair smell like..? O.o


It's probably just on teenagers! Just cause of the hormonal changes and stuff.
It's really hard to explain! Like... dirt? Maybe? It's not a strong scent. It smells like it should be sweet when it really isn't. It's not distinguishable.
A bit like humid air or for some reason it reminds me of a field.

I'M SO WEIRD.
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Idk ummm..... Tyson
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chloroform, but I can only smell it once every so often.
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The smell of basement ..
I like it but not as much that
I need to be on that show "my strange addiction" ha

yea, sniffing basement for a life.

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petrol, nail varnish and nail varnish remover.
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chloroform, but I can only smell it once every so often.


LOL
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any kind of hot sauce
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Gasoline, markers, basically all the stuff I probably shouldn't be breathing in anyways.
And omigosh, the smell of new tires! When I walk into a tire store, it is the most heavenly scent to grace my nose.
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Asphalt I think it is, the stuff they sometimes do roads and parking lots with, the smoother black material.

They redid a Best Buy parking lot here a week or two ago and I wanted to just stand outside smelling the fresh parking lot.

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23 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
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Garlic and onion. Most people dislike the scent(s). I strongly associate the odors of the onion family with food, even before I particularly noticed the onion family's use in meals. A four year-old me even used to run around and tear at onion grass for the smell. After handling onions/garlic in the kitchen, I repeatedly sniff my hands for hours. Since it essentially takes forever for the smell to go away, me liking it is pretty convenient. I'm fully aware of the dangers of Death Camas, fortunately.

The sweet and aromatic odor of baking soda, white vinegar, and warm/hot water mixed together.

Wood, particularly when recently cut. I have alot of unstained Amish furniture in my living room that was cut and pieced together last year. It's nice to inhale the aroma, though it has lessened with the increasing age of the wood.
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Gasoline...but I guess that isn't really too strange as half of the people here said something similar. I always thought that it was just due to association, because I always associate that smell with boating.
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