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What weird odor smells good to you?
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I tend to like a woman's natural scent.
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Greasy hair...(only if it's not too strong) and the smell of certain books....(I was reading a manga in bed, and I suddenly noticed that the book smelled exactly like the type of cologne that my crush used) > < I'm a weird one
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I love the smell of gasoline, sharpies and dry erase markers, heck even some peoples B.O (depends on the person some peoples B.O is just..... smelly, and not in a good way). I also love the way my cat smells after he has been rolling around in the dirt / dust.
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Gasoline for sure and fresh black top.
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The smell of freshly printed paper

also like the brand new smell for when you open up a video game, for some reason the box/case just smells nice to me
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Toe jam, it smells unique, one could say like a very pungent cheese that has been aged well.
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Creosote and oil along old roadways in the summer. You have to go to a really old highway to smell it. Some parts of U.S. 2 still smell like that and old parts of U.S. 10 that still follow the original road-bed before it was paved and rerouted for I-90 and I-94. You can smell it around really old bridges on roadways that were built in the 30's and 40's and haven't been totally redone... If you go up to North Cascades National Park via the Cascade Creek road there are all kind of little bridges and roadway abutments that were built by the old C.C.C. (Civilian Conservation Corps) or the W.P.A. (Works Progress Administration) during the depression.

Rail-yards kind of have that smell too.

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Sweat, BO, and gasoline.
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Gasoline. *tilts my head*
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Books, brand new sneakers, new clothes, money, and bags.
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Gasoline.

Mmm.
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I like the smell of my basement....and other cave-like places. I don't know how to describe it, I guess the smell of wood turns me on?

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Horse manure because it reminds me of working with my friend at their horse farm.
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Chloroform ....

Joke, I like the smell of burnt rubber (tires) I would agree that it is a gross smell but I like it for some reason ?:/
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puppy breath!
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domvina wrote:

Horse manure because it reminds me of working with my friend at their horse farm.

That odd mix of grease, oil, and gasoline you find in automobile repair shops because two of my uncles were mechanics when I was growing up.

Stink weed because it grew in droves around the creek that ran through the pasture behind our house. Either you got used to it or locked yourself inside for most of the summer.


I really like the smell of Manure too! I'm so weird.... haven't even grown on a farm or anything, we just always used it for our grass.
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