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  1. #21
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    I think this picture explains another one I thought of:


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    As weird as this sounds, but the smell of brimstone carried in the cold crisp air reminds me of the holidays. As a kid growing up in New York, I would go to lots with my parents to buy a Christmas tree. And every lot would have a barrel with a fire for warmth and that aroma always stuck with me.

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    Oh yes - I'm from NY also. I remember that smell so well!
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

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    :gingerbread:

    As i'm from new york to and i remember the aroma of cookies and breads baking and the smell of a freshly cut tree our house smelled so good.
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    the smells of overeating

    The smells I remember on Christmas day were not always teh most pleasant

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    Stop posting

    Quote Originally Posted by Georgie View Post
    The smells I remember on Christmas day were not always teh most pleasant
    part of your answer in the title line.

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    a gingerbread latte from starbucks during an xmas shopping trip

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    i love the smell of my yankee candle "home for the holidays" scent back in the 90s

    and now days i use fabreeze plug ins,i got buttercream/cintimin roll scent

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    :santa:

    I enjoy yankee candles also i get their candle book in my mail as i getting them the candles fill your home with memories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy m View Post
    i love the smell of my yankee candle "home for the holidays" scent back in the 90s

    and now days i use fabreeze plug ins,i got buttercream/cintimin roll scent
    I got a 'Christmas Wreath' Yankee candle from my mom last year. Smells like fresh pine bows. Love it!

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