Thanks for all the replies, everyone!
A fresh, relaxed fart. ( You know I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to mention MY subject )
Cinnamon and nutmeg
Yeah cinnamon, vanilla, My dads old pipe smoke, popcorn, etc…
I like the smell of freshly mown grass. The irony is that I’m allergic to pollen from many plants.
Wooden post boxes in building where I grew up.
I don’t wear cologne or use aftershave. I use deodorant, it has a mild scent, but you can’t really smell it once it is on me.
I use to love the smell of Calvin Klein’s Obsession for Men Cologne…
I also like the smell of bakeries full of freshly baked bread.
Same here. When I was younger i was allergic to 20 something types of pollen, and that is just based on what they tested for. I had to get allergy shots for years to help build up an immunity to the pollen. Now that I am older I’m not as affected so much but I still get a stuffy nose or itchy eyes sometimes.
I used to have this shampoo that had sage in it.
I really enjoyed that smell.
Sounds weird but it was good I’ll post a link.
It was too expensive so I had to stop buying it.
The incense at church
Gain laundry detergent and Gain fabric softener. Original scent.
Invictus for men by Paco Rabanne
Pineapple and coconut
Rain, the ocean…
Its called Frankincense, I bought some once while I was psychotic thinking it will cure my sz without meds:
Lol nice thanks @Aziz i appreciate that
The smell of the sea and rain and coffee and incense, and my husband’s smell
I love the smell of this perfume called Sugar Lychee by Fresh. Also, I second the people who said they liked the smell of freshly baked bread. Oh, and the smell of just picked basil.
The first smell of winter is my favorite smell.
I don’t really like winter but the smell of it makes it seem a bit OK after all.
The smell is like a smoke smell that just lingers everywhere you go and is mixed with the smell of cold, fresh air. If that makes sense.
I just wanted to tell @Leaf to be careful with a diffuser around your new kitty. Some essential oil diffusers can deposit the oils in the air and settle on the fur. When they groom, they get poisoned.