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New Paper Smell Spray

The smell of new paper and Post-It notes, in a can!
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For some reason I like the smell of new paper products, like Post-It notes. It's a smell that inspires a feeling of well-being -- of crisp, clean corners and new beginnings. Miracles and dreams waiting to come true.

I would like to have a can of paper smell spray to spray around my cubicle during the day. To overpower the smell of co-workers, coffee, and failure. A nice, neutral smell. A smell of productivity and success.

DeathNinja, Aug 29 2003

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       The smell of success?
bristolz, Aug 29 2003
  

       What an odd smell to like. Give me a permanent marker or Vicks Vapo-Rub any day. Croissant for the composition, though, Death.
lintkeeper2, Aug 29 2003
  

       post-it notes mmmmm. you are the only person I know who has observed that scent without it being stuck right under their nose. lasts about 5 seconds.
po, Aug 30 2003
  

       I usually hate artifical smelly things. The ymake me yak (like those little dangly tree thingies for cars, yeeuch) but I also am a new paper sniffer. New books especially. mmmm! Unsullied, virgin, crisp, shiny, pre-dogeared, pre-notes-in-margin, pre-bits-torn-off-for-shopping-list smell. Yes.
squeak, Sep 01 2003
  

       Careful peddling that stuff, "Paper" is slang for a dosage unit of Heroin.
thumbwax, Sep 01 2003
  

       Mmmm, yes, it is indeed the smell of productivity and success... New pads, it’s a motivational fragrance. (+)
Shz, Sep 01 2003
  

       What I really would like is if scented candles came in "pencil."
LoriZ, May 12 2011
  
      
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