I didn't make that image. It is from @ohmyerotica on instagram.
BBQ. there is a little restaurant on La Cienega in Los Angeles, every time I drive by it, I roll down the windows in the car to savor that wonderful BBQ smell.
I love lilacs but the scent in perfumes are never the same.
Lorraine, Mrs. Budwick has said exactly the same thing. We've found this wax melt to be a pretty reliable reproduction without the chemical smells.
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ugh youre right. it always smells like weird chemicals!!!
Lilacs are weirdly chemical.
Outside, after it rains.
Really fresh and clean.
i love that. SUCH a fresh smell.
No kidding? That burnt sulfur aroma?
You would love being on an artillery firing line. A little noisier than lighting a match, but the smell is intoxicating!
I really like the Vanilla smell, and saw that with orange
if rosemary was added it would be so similar to the Williams Sonoma smell!!
Interesting, I've never heard about that.
ive let similar recipes simmer in the crock pot or on the stove during the winter and it makes the bleakness of it much more bearable :)
I guess I'll have to try that some time
A lightly burnt-wood-like scent mixed with a panicked squirrel fart. I also would suggest seal burps and lion sperm, but apparently the companies I've contacted so far have found them somehow weird and offensive. I guess I should have my own zoo in the future, then, accompanied with a privately owned smell collecting technology center.
wow... you should definitely be a zoo owner.
are ya joking or serious???
(I can never tell)
Me being serious?
Actually I reckon it would be a popular-just a faint whiff of manure....
mmm what a delicate bouquet~
certain disneyland rides....not the people smell but like that dry ice mixed with chlorine and mist and paint and ac smell they have brings back childhood memories.
thats so nice :')
I love the smell of pine trees.I use evergreen spruce wax cubes.I feel like i'm in the forest.
yes!! we have so many pine candles at our house. yum
Or well, I guess it's technically bottled already