It's a lovely, woody, pulpy, glue-y smell.
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books are dead tattooed trees...
in that case i like to smell their corpses...
wow that sounded weird...
bibliophilia can still be considered a state of normalcy. there's a level to it also, sniffing is and should be in the normal category
PS weird is actually nice and cool.. its interesting! weird is good :)
not sure normal and bibliophile can be used together...
and i'm quite sure you could use the reminder that 'weird' isn't a bad thing
and I thought I was alone in this habit of mine :)
glad to know I'm a normal bibilophile
Yes! Finally I found my people!
OK, Hi Emma Harvey!!
All 1986 of you should be my best friends. For real
There was a limited edition perfume that was the smell of old books released a while ago. Apparently it was $70 a bottle. If any Nerdfighters out there have any experience with making perfume, I challenge you :)
I like the smell of old books best. Although I do love the smell of most books (except the ones that smell of cigaret smoke or some sort of weird printing ink), I find that the older the book is, the nicer the smell. They have got more character to them than newly printed books.
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