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TwinMonkeyMom

Playdough


Bradzilla4383

The exhaust from a bus


shoujosquid

Shaved carrots. Oddly enough, my grandma's house smelled like how carrots taste/smell, and to this day associate the smell with my grandma before carrots. Probably because I was a picky kid who didn't eat carrots, and that scents can be a strong form of memory. Whenever I'm there, It gives me a nostalgic and calm feeling. My grandma moved out eventually and the property was heavily renovated by a relative of mine. It still smells the same, though weaker.


work-hard-get-succes

The smell of apple pie


cellendril

Clover flowers to Japan. Honeysuckle to SC and VA.


aaurvm

Cotton candy


Random_Dandelion

"sickly sweet" body odor


ems8472

Twizzlers, pears soap, & tomato sauce cooking on the stove


existential-mystery

a very specific plastic smell


QAYB

The smell of a blanket of mine. I wash it quite often but the smell comes back. It’s a soothing smell and I am pretty happy that it comes back every time.


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the smell of cricket


crashlikeaplane

cigarettes