maro Lip Schtick: Life's burning questions - #3p

Friday, September 08, 2006

Life's burning questions - #3

We all have our fave scents or smells.

I love the smell of freshly mown grass, rain-scented candles, and markers (yes, markers!).

But what I wanna know is ...

... what is your least favorite smell?

Patchouli would be at the top of my "scents I found most oh-so-heinous" list.



Blogger EKWisdom said...

Burberry. (That hoiti-toiti perfume that smells like a combo of the above mentioned 3 heinous odors.)
Roofing tar/New parking lot tar.

10:37 PM  
Blogger Helen said...

Well, I love Patchouli and wear it everyday. It's one of those scents people either love or hate I think. Smells I hate? Hmmm....

Stagnant water

vomit - not too many people like this one I guess

street urine - that's a city thing I suppose

Have a wonderfully smelling day!

9:23 AM  
Blogger Jessi said...

Yanno, I like patchouli, when used responsibly. Its when people try to use it as a clever mask for BO that it smells like true hippiefunk.

I can't handle rose. I'm not talking about roses, which smell very lovely. I'm talking about the artificial rose scent that they use in candles and lotions. Its cloying and gross.

9:24 AM  
Blogger LilRed said...

ek - Hey, gal! Ugh! Tar! I completely forgot about that! Definitely a horrible smell.

Helen - Hey, friend! Sorry about the patchouli thing. It's just one of those things ... but vomit, on the other hand ... GROSS!

Jessi - What up? I love the fact that you used the word cloying. I am definitely going to have to use cloying more in my vernacular repertoire. By the way, I feel you on the rose scented stuff. Ick.

2:57 PM  
Anonymous nicole said...

Ironically, I can't stand the smell of cut grass. It actually gives me a headache if I sniff it too long.

Definitely not a fan of tar or gasoline, either.

6:46 PM  
Blogger Miss Trashahassee said...

I cant stand the scent of freshly runned over polecat. Its much better a few days later after somebody done throwed it over in the ditch.

8:39 PM  

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