I love you, you smell so good

We all smell things a little differently, and new research shows why: By examining the DNA of hundreds of individuals and testing their sense of smell, scientists found the genetic basis for why we smell certain scents.

When we say "You smell good," that can mean different things. Here's what my new contact mean:

You make me think of sausages and precisely five tiny beads of cheese, which I had one weekend long ago. You make me taste buttered chicken bones and beef and feel the taste of barbecued hamburgers on my tongue.

 

I think you smell pure and sweet.

 

As old Cole Porter had a way with words

He described how his love was the top

His refrain goes like:

 

I love your smell.

I love the scent of you.

Suits you so well

 

My new friend: 

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