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  1. 985plowboy

    985plowboy Friend of Leo's

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    I don’t really understand why you would
    My wife bought an essential oil diffuser a few years back when they were all the rage with the ladies where she worked.
    It was alright. I was happy when she lost interest.
    Those oils did make a hot bath smell good.
     
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  2. DekeDog

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    My wife burns incense occasionally, and I'm okay with it. I still have the container my grandfather used for his blended pipe tobacco. I take a whiff out of it occasionally, and I think of him. He meant a lot to me.
     
  3. studio1087

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    Dhoop! There it is.

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    It's been a while.....like 30 years. The smell still makes me think about my college apartment.
     
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    Peppermint??
     
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    When we purchased this home, they were burning incense...turns out it was to cover the skunk smell. Took five years of near Indiana Jones adventure to convince them somewhere else would be better...anywhere else.:mad:
     
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    "That's not incense."

     
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    [​IMG] I need to try this.

    I have only had success with Sandalwood. I don't really like the vibe in Head Shops so I have done without for a while. Almost all the rest of it gives me a throbbing headache.
     
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    Wow, I haven't thought about incense in a long time. It was a "partying" accessory back in the day. I used to have a miniature log cabin that had a stand for the cone shaped incense and smoke would come up through the chimney, it was cool but when we had out first kid I got rid of it. Kinds of miss incense now that I think about it.
     
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    at our halloween show we burned so much sage people complained about having a hard time breathing.
     
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    I use it; not every day though. I still like it. The previously mentioned Morning Star is great stuff - many nice varieties in their inventory. The Japanese do incense as well as anyone.
     
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    My wife has a sensitive nose. If there is something in the house that doesn't smell right, she will hunt it down by sniffing from room to room. Sometimes it's me :cry:
    Then she'll light a candle or incense to cover it up.
     
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    I assume when it's you the solution is lather and a loofah instead of incense?
     
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    There's still the lingering smell :oops:
     
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    TDPRI -- it's not just our feet that smell better!
     
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