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Old 2021-03-30, 18:27   #12
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Originally Posted by xilman View Post
Others praise the smell of napalm in the morning.
In my view napalm has a pleasant enough smell but nothing over which to eulogise.

That said, the smell of commercial napalm may be far better than that of the home-brew which I have made to light barbecues.

I can provide the recipe for the home-brew version on request but first you need to convince me of your maturity.
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Old 2021-03-30, 18:45   #13
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I like the smell of printed books, on the light book paper, and also fresh print on the coated magazine paper.
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Old 2021-03-30, 18:52   #14
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Old 2021-03-30, 20:47   #15
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Originally Posted by Uncwilly View Post
Yes, I can relate to that. But also the smell of winter. I have no idea how to specify that further.

For some reason, I really like the smell of pure Dimethyltryptamine and some human hormones since they smell really "herb" (German word). I did not find a good English translation of that word. It usually means the absence of sweetness. But it may also mean a smell or taste of nature, being non-artificial, maybe even rough, but pleasant.

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