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Posted on Mon, Jun 25, 2012 11:23

A dear friend of mine bakes homemade chocolate chip cookies when she wants to get her husband in a romantic mood. It works every time for her! A true and sweet story! I have another friend who brought herself out of a deep depression after her unexpected divorce by surrounding herself with the scent of roses--flowers, rose scented candles, rose scented hand creams and bubble baths, air fresheners and diffusers. She even cooked carrots in rosewater and made rosewater icecubes. It worked like magic!

 

For me, it's the fragrances of vanilla or cinnamon, and as strange as it may seem.... the earthy smell of the woods and distinct aroma of caves! It's all that nature girl Earth energy within me I suppose. Ha!

 

How about you? What aromas, fragrances, or sents make you romantically intoxicated or emotionally comforted?............ BeWell



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Posted on Thu, Jul 12, 2012 18:59

Extratallblondie,

Those are great aromas too.  Love the quilt in your picture. Did you make it?..... BeWell



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Posted on Wed, Jul 11, 2012 23:01

I love the smell of fresh baked bread...

 

... and wood smoke from a fire...

 

... fresh cut lumber (especially at a work site or in a wood shop)...

 

... clean skin - on a man in a freshly starched shirt: MELT!!!


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Posted on Tue, Jul 10, 2012 05:52

LaughingCloud Wrote:

I love the cold light smell. I loved Bvlgari Extreme, but it doesn't exist anymore :(((

 

LaughingCloud,

Yes, nothing lasts forever. That's the nature of commerce. But in a way, it forces us into change which expands our horizons. Hope you find a fragrance that's even better..... BeWell

 

 

 



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Posted on Mon, Jul 09, 2012 06:57

I didn't see the retracted messages, but had been notified by email of the 4 postings. Thanks for your considerations. I appreciate that you all did that. It means a lot to me.

 

Perhaps it's time to close this topic. I will publish a new one soon.............. BeWell

 

 



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Posted on Sat, Jul 07, 2012 13:34

Quoting Livnlov:

RMac,

 

You are giving Voyager and SilverLion a run for their money right now, lol!!!

 

BeWell - Thank you. Sadly we do not have summer this year in England - it is wet and rainy and cold and it is July :(! I dealt serious blows to the freaking hayfever - went to the GP and demanded for the strongest combination meds she could think of! It worked.

 

 



The quest for knowledge is never ending.  Thanks,

rmac



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Posted on Wed, Jul 04, 2012 18:15

Quoting rmac22:

Do you have the names of those colognes that melt you?  Do they have that effect on most women?  Naturally, these questions are only in the interest of academic research.  And, if you believe that, I have some ocean side property for sale in North Dakota.

 

rmac


RMac,

 

You are giving Voyager and SilverLion a run for their money right now, lol!!!

 

BeWell - Thank you. Sadly we do not have summer this year in England - it is wet and rainy and cold and it is July :(! I dealt serious blows to the freaking hayfever - went to the GP and demanded for the strongest combination meds she could think of! It worked.

 

 



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Posted on Sun, Jul 01, 2012 08:45

Quoting rmac22:

A lady I know uses an almond based perfume.  It works.   Otherwise I think for me the aroma of cinnamon, chocolate, coffee, the countryside after a gentle rain, and the list goes on.

 

rmac

 



rmac,

Yummm! Almond kind of smells like cherries to me. I like that too................ BeWell



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Posted on Sun, Jul 01, 2012 08:43

Quoting Hoping4Love2000:

LOVE THE NEW PIC BEWELL!! :)

"BEAUTIFUL".. by Estee Lauder.. Flowery... 

Inside house.. Tons of candles with jasmine and gardenia.. or the "Hawaain" type smells.. 

Sweet story.. but if I baked chocolate chip cookies... My belly hurts before a man comes around..  I EAT THEM ALL! Completely outta control!! LOLOL... 



Hoping,

Ah, my daughter's fragrance is "Beautiful" by Estee. It smells like heaven on her and like bug spray on me. Ha! Just goes to show how personal fragrances really are. I love flowery smells too. They make my knees weak. Sometimes when I go to the grocery store's flower department, or pop into a florist shop, I will slide open the refrigerated cut flower room's door open and inhale a big hit! ;-D

Thanks for the compliment on the pic. It was a very fun night with some great people I hadn't seen in a long time................. BeWell 



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Posted on Sun, Jul 01, 2012 08:36

Quoting Diana3316:

Some cologne on men smells like bug spray to me.  Less is better...maybe 2 squirts in the middle of the chest and that's it.  But I do love to smell his clean shirts hanging in the closet!  *wink*  :))

 

Vanilla is my favorite scent for the home.



Diana,

Funny you should mention bug spray. I think a lot of cologne and perfumes smell like that too. People should be very cautious when wearing fragrances, because you never know who might think you smell like a Terminix Guy. Ha!

 

I'm sooo happy you mentioned the smell of clean clothes. That is one of my favorites as well. I love a man who keeps up with his laundry. It's been my experience that doing laundry is not a favorite task for most single men. Ha! I'm addicted to the "Clean Cotton" scent of Yankee Candles. Can't believe I left that one off my list............... Thanks!............. BeWell



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Posted on Sun, Jul 01, 2012 08:27

Quoting InfinityColumn:

Great topic. Being somewhat coenesthesic, i like to read while eating chocolate, a Truffle makes me faint...or listening to music such as Bach. The perfume i like is Chanel, Chanel and Chanel and Cristalle. As for the rest, anything or almost that is sea food...



InfinityColumn,

Great word! Points for "coenesthesic", whose root word is "coenesthesia--the mass of undifferentiated sensations that make one aware of the body and its conditions, as in the feeling of health, illness, discomfort, etc. Had to look that one up in my dictionary. ;-D

Thanks!................... BeWell



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Posted on Thu, Jun 28, 2012 21:29

Some cologne on men smells like bug spray to me.  Less is better...maybe 2 squirts in the middle of the chest and that's it.  But I do love to smell his clean shirts hanging in the closet!  *wink*  :))

 

Vanilla is my favorite scent for the home.



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Posted on Thu, Jun 28, 2012 21:13

LOVE THE NEW PIC BEWELL!! :)

"BEAUTIFUL".. by Estee Lauder.. Flowery... 

Inside house.. Tons of candles with jasmine and gardenia.. or the "Hawaain" type smells.. 

Sweet story.. but if I baked chocolate chip cookies... My belly hurts before a man comes around..  I EAT THEM ALL! Completely outta control!! LOLOL... 



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Posted on Thu, Jun 28, 2012 17:44

Quoting Voyager54:

~Be~  My cologne, Boucheron Pour Homme...very classy. Expensive and smells like it. Of course muy other favorite would be peanut butter and baloney . Then again items with garlic are yummy smelling.  Some folks enjoy the smell of their own farts...I'm thinking that must be an acquired taste and it's why I insist on everyone having their own space!


Voyager,

 

 

 

Peanut butter and baloney? LOL!!! You made my toenails curl again. ;-DDD LivNlove was right a few weeks ago... you are certifiable. Ha! ;-D 

 

 

 

I know these two little girls, who when they were 4 and 6 years old, loved peanut butter and tunafish sandwiches. I asked them why they liked it so much. They said, "Peanut butter keeps the tunafish from falling off the bread." Ha!

 

 

 

Boucheron Pour Homme? I will have to check it out next time I'm at Nordstroms to see why it's your favorite. I wear Eternity. Probably not as expensive as yours, but still fairly pricey. Isn't it interesting how each fragrance, when mixed with a person's body chemistry, becomes unique? ................... BeWell



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Posted on Thu, Jun 28, 2012 08:19

A lady I know uses an almond based perfume.  It works.   Otherwise I think for me the aroma of cinnamon, chocolate, coffee, the countryside after a gentle rain, and the list goes on.

 

rmac

 



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Posted on Wed, Jun 27, 2012 20:01

Quoting Livnlov:

I like the smell of Tresor by Lancome! There is something special and magical about it for me - can't explain it beyond that. I like the fresh smell of spring. But now I suffer from hayfever, so there's not much pleasure there at the moment!



LivNlove,

Sorry to hear about your hayfever. Hopefully it will pass soon now that the hot days of summer are upon us, and then you will be able to enjoy the wonderful aromas of life again............. BeWell



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Posted on Wed, Jun 27, 2012 19:56

MissMonteCarlo,

I used to like the smell of petrol too, but it was  a very long time ago when I dated a race car driver. ;-D



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Posted on Wed, Jun 27, 2012 19:51

Chandab,

Oh yes! The smell of rain. That's a great one too. .............. Be Well



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Posted on Wed, Jun 27, 2012 19:00

Quoting BeWell:

A dear friend of mine bakes homemade chocolate chip cookies when she wants to get her husband in a romantic mood. It works every time for her! A true and sweet story! I have another friend who brought herself out of a deep depression after her unexpected divorce by surrounding herself with the scent of roses--flowers, rose scented candles, rose scented hand creams and bubble baths, air fresheners and diffusers. She even cooked carrots in rosewater and made rosewater icecubes. It worked like magic!

 

For me, it's the fragrances of vanilla or cinnamon, and as strange as it may seem.... the earthy smell of the woods and distinct aroma of caves! It's all that nature girl Earth energy within me I suppose. Ha!

 

How about you? What aromas, fragrances, or sents make you romantically intoxicated or emotionally comforted?............ BeWell



Forests. The woods on a sun-warm afternoon such as this afternoon was, while the very busy breeze was blowing cool ribbons through the heat.  No human soul in sight.  Just me and my dog, the scruffy sounds of deer moving through the woods, wishing we'd get out of their way, squirrels scampering across the dead-leaf laden florest floor, all manner of birds chirping and twittering and screeching, wildflowers of an infinite variety to smell and examine floating back and forth in that busy, cool breeze...wild roses, gorgeous tiny purple and rose blooms not even as large as a penny.  Nothing more.  No humans.  Just me and my dog, all the stuff of nature, with a trout stream drifting by on one side of us--and no fishermen working it all. 

 

That's my peace.  That's my respite.  That's my smile infuser.   



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Posted on Wed, Jun 27, 2012 15:00

Quoting chandab:

I agree with your statement about smells, there are certain smells that can completely change your current mood.  Mint, lavender have a the ability to alter my modd almost immediately.  Certain colognes...for as long as I can remember, there are a select few men's colognes that melt me.  The smell of rain on dry land is very distinct and I really wish I could smell that smell right now considering we haven't had rain in over a month! :)



Do you have the names of those colognes that melt you?  Do they have that effect on most women?  Naturally, these questions are only in the interest of academic research.  And, if you believe that, I have some ocean side property for sale in North Dakota.

 

rmac



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