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Print a newspaper or magazine in various different inks which
smell and taste different. For instance, a news item about
the oceans, shipping or an attempt at the world land speed
record could taste salty, a cutesy "and finally" item could
taste sweet, a cynical item or one on homelessness or
could be bitter and a satirical item could be sour. A recipe
could have every ingredient printed in a different tasting and
smelling ink, a piece on gardening could include the smells of
the flowers and an item on astronomy could smell like outer
This would revive the printed word for a while.
||I can think of a few bitter rags and I don't even want to think what the "Sunday Sport" will smell like...
||The Daily Mail - the smell of middle class fear!
||Great! That's really intriguing. I've heard outer space smells like steak and hot metal... thought I'd like it to smell like strawberries...