"I just think it's really great how there are no clear favorites, almost all of the episodes are accounted for. It really shows how each episode has different elements that different people love. What a great show! :)"
"Just got three new books from this place called Nine Lives Bookstore and one (A Wrinkle in Time) smells wonderful. Also my brother got two old leatherback books that smell like an antique shop, also wonderful."
"The More Than Complete Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy by Douglas Adams. It has all the books, I've read it at least over nine thousand times, and it smells like the feeling of sitting in an empty fridge box with all of the happiest…"
"Oh I couldn't pick just one, I love new and old books. My Harry Potters (all first editions, of course) smell really good.
And this really old copy of Tom Sawyer I have, that smells really good, with lovely aged paper.
I feel like books can…"
"My copy of Les Misérables smells so amazing. Whenever I open it I can hardly get any reading done because I'm just smelling it the whole time. Also, my copy of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince smells so great. As most of us HP fans…"
"My favorite book to smell is probably my literally-falling-apart copy of To Kill a Mockingbird :) As well as all of my mom's collection of really old books, the oldest of which being either an organic chemistry textbook from 1873…"
I am kind of a general nerdfighter, not so specialized but here are a few of my interests:
Reading as much as I can get around to (MUST READ MORE!)
Animals, specifically animal psychology
Writing (even though I'm not good at it, at all)
Art, I <3 to draw!
History (who says its boring?)
Thanks so much Nerdfighters, John, and Hank! Who else in the world is promoting intelligence, awareness and awesomeness all at the same time? BaDoDoDo!
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
Black Beauty (my first edition smells almost better than it reads!)
American Gods (and Neil Gaiman in General)
What it is by Lynda Barry
Collected Poems of Emily Dickinson
The Tempest by William Shakespeare
The Kitchen God's Wife (and Amy Tan in General)
Jungle Book/ Just So Stories (aka Kipling in General)
Animals in Translation by Temple Grandin
Hearts of Horses by Molly Gloss
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
My thinking cap! (its wooly, warm, and has awesome knit right in!)
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
Do historical figures/ fictional characters have happy dances?