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...Don't you ?
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When I walk down my road I can only smell curry
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Yes! Used to live in Canada and when it got freezing cold the air was so crisp and clean, everything smelt different, i miss that Or maybe it was just being in Canada, everything's so clean there, the air too.
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I can't say I've noticed the air has a different smell in autumn/winter but I do like the orange/yellow autumn leaves, especially walking on the crisp ones

(Original post by Colroyd)
Yes! Used to live in Canada and when it got freezing cold the air was so crisp and clean, everything smelt different, i miss that Or maybe it was just being in Canada, everything's so clean there, the air too.
Canada sounds like a great country...I'm not basing that on just your post lol.
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i love that smell always cheers me up
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It's almost as good as the smell when you open your windows after it's rained. :love:
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you think its good now.. but the smell of the others will come upon you. You think you are safe. Soon you will be longing for the smell of curry... winter is coming... and we are not ready.
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Not really, the smell of dead leaves isn't that pleasant tbh.

Nothing beats Summer's BBQ, rain, freshly cut grass smell.
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It's almost as good as the smell when you open your windows after it's rained. :love:
Granted you're talking about the smell that isn't the sulphuric one, it's called 'petrichor'!
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Granted you're talking about the smell that isn't the sulphuric one, it's called 'petrichor'!
Oh, that's right! Forgot there was an actual name for it. But there really is nothing better than opening your window when after a heavy downpour, everything seems cooler and fresher somehow...
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(Original post by Lisa17)
Granted you're talking about the smell that isn't the sulphuric one, it's called 'petrichor'!
Rep for this. I never knew there was a name for it.
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Yep, one of the many things I like about this time of year.
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Defininitely! I also love the smell of gardens in the morning
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No

Winter means it's harder to get out of bed. I love the sunshine.
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