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Old 08-13-2014, 12:58 PM   #71
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Cocoa Butter... Mmmmmmm Bikini clad women!
LOL that is exactly what I associate with that smell.
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Coffee and camp fire smoke. Bacon comes in close.
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Old 08-22-2014, 05:05 PM   #73
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Far too many. Coffee, baking, fresh cut cedar, crisp fall day, outside after a nice hard rain, my hounds frito smelling feet -weird, I know. But her feet smell like fritos and while I hate fritos I find it so interesting that her feet smell like that lol
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Maybe she is eating fritos and has a bag stashed.
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Just have to love the smell of a NEW TRUCK.
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A freshly cut pasture of Alfalfa, horses, a clean barn, the hay loft, freshly brewed coffee, the smell of a clean leather saddle, and all the smells of my favorite fly fishing stream in CO.......and my wife's hair after she's shampooed it.
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Freshly sawed pine, like at a house under construction.
Mowed grass at the peak of summer.
The ocean (any part of it).
The interior of any single engine aircraft.
Oh and always bacon!
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My dad's pipe tobacco it was Cherry Blend.
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Campfire no doubt! It can be 100 degrees outside and I still have to have one!
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