Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Lookalike potpourri

A rose by any other name...
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Everyone has seen the various air freshening products available. Whether their spray, stick-up or plug-in, they all have one thing missing: visual effect.

How about a series of air fresheners that look like what they smell like? 'Apple pie' aroma looks like an apple pie. 'Rose' comes in the form of a dozen roses you can place in a vase. Fresh baked cookies, bread (or croissants), spiced apples, etc.

Not sure about pine...

phoenix, Nov 20 2001


       A plane, just stopped mid cut, with pine flavoured shavings next to it.
arora, Nov 20 2001

       Nice image, arora
bristolz, Nov 20 2001

       Indeed. Thank you [arora].
phoenix, Nov 21 2001

       It's a pleasure....   

       I might be stuggling at a "yin" flavour though
arora, Nov 21 2001

       Don't know what yin smells like (or tastes like, since you keep using 'favour'). Probably the opposite of yang.
phoenix, Nov 21 2001

       I'm sure I put flavour! sorry, got carried away with the apple pie and cookies. Yin: Masculine, glass of dark rum smelling or tasting harsh yet warming Yang: Sweet, unasuming raisin, buy both (buy one get 2nd half price offer) and a potpourri to end all.   

       Please forgive me if I have got them the wrong way round
arora, Nov 21 2001

       You did use "flavour," but since I doubt that pine tastes very good, I'm sure that that's not what you meant :)
goldbb, Jun 02 2009


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