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a perfume called " dirt"

(11 Posts)
PhaseAte Tue 16-Jun-09 10:02:52

in a rahter posh way !from a link on the mac thread

hoppybird Tue 16-Jun-09 10:20:05

Great link! Did you look at the other ones on offer? They have fragrance of play-doh, crayon, snow, wet garden, cucumber, rubber, and even glue! (wtf?)

It does remind me when I was looking around for a perfume, I settled on the one I really liked because the top notes reminded me of opening a ream of new paper.

PhaseAte Tue 16-Jun-09 10:22:16

id lOve to have samples of the glue one - hope its pritt stick

PhaseAte Tue 16-Jun-09 10:22:43

I always make pupils sniff new books blush

hoppybird Tue 16-Jun-09 10:29:03

Aeroplane or car modelling glue it seems.

They don't seem to have a "new book" or "new paper" one though.

Queenoftheharpies Tue 16-Jun-09 13:58:29

Love Demeter!

I have Dirt, Wet Garden and Play Doh. The play-doh one isn't quite right - but in general it's uncanny how they can make the scents smell like what they are supposed to, but still smell perfume-y IYSWIM.

MagNacarta Tue 16-Jun-09 14:01:51

I have Dirt - I rather like it.

PhaseAte Tue 16-Jun-09 14:12:50

OH my god! describe

Queenoftheharpies Tue 16-Jun-09 14:16:56

It smells of soil - but in a good way. Like when it's been raining a bit and you dig the garden.

Just been to spray some on :-)

zozokat Tue 16-Jun-09 17:15:32

hey, that was my link grin

like dirt too. love Demeter in general except for the really sweet baking-inspired smells and their alcholic ones e.g. gin & tonic, cosmo (why would you want to smell like you've spilled booze on yourself)

there was one called 'mushroom' which was really nice, don't know if its still around -- and also 'holy water' (woody, churchy scent)

hanaflower Tue 16-Jun-09 17:22:07

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