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Wednesday 7 April 2004 1.27pm
[thanks to Mr. Bridger on the other board for this one]

Ground coffee
Freshly cut grass [unless you're a hayfever sufferer of course]
Petrol [dunno why]
Hot chocolate - as in, cooking the stuff, not the drink
Stargazer lilies
Lagavullen [malt whiskey]

Any others tickle your snout..........?
Wednesday 7 April 2004 1.45pm
The first night in clean bedlinen.
Wednesday 7 April 2004 2.04pm
moms apple pie (with cloves and custard)
Drambuie - smells like Christmas
freshly baked bread
Wednesday 7 April 2004 2.16pm
When I was very young, my Grandmother lived in a cottage beside a railway line. I can still smell the wild thyme that carpeted the area, it would release its perfume as I walked on it. The smell of the wild strawberries that grew in such profusion on the rocks by the side of the track (they've all gone now.) The smell of bitumen from the wooden sleepers in the summertime and the smell of the steam engines, incredible.
Wednesday 7 April 2004 2.32pm
cut grass
sea water (sometimes the thames smells like it too)
cold stone
city gardens at night in summer (very distinct smell - but a mix of petrol fumes, flowers and night air)
Wednesday 7 April 2004 2.40pm
Tharg -
Excellent picture in my head of the place now. Nice 1 fella !

Pine forests after the rain [actually, ANY forests after a downpour]
Permanent board markers
Tangerines [always reminds me of Xmas]
Wednesday 7 April 2004 2.43pm
Freshly baked bread
Cooking onion/garlic
The smell of the little booklet in a brand new CD, which possibly stems from;
The smell of a brand new exercise book (when I was at school, everyone sniffed a new book)
The smell of PVA glue (another school thing)
Wednesday 7 April 2004 3.14pm
Blimey, James ! You spent your time sniffing glue at school ??

Education isn't what it was......... !!
Wednesday 7 April 2004 3.41pm
ooh books - printers ink and new book smell - lovely
Wednesday 7 April 2004 4.17pm
Not just that Goose, but PVA was awesome for painting on your hands/arms/face then peeling off, giving that Freddy Kruger look...
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