Smells (better/worse/polls)

  • Walking into a busy pizza express from the cold, smoky streets
  • A Greggs bakery around 10:30 am

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  • Old school chinese takeaway that might pass for an estate agent from the outside
  • Fried chicken place

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  • Tesco
  • Sainsbury

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  • Petrol station forecourt
  • Dusty marble old airport smell at a sunny southern european destination

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  • Cigars
  • Marijuana joints

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I like Greggs as much as the next person but I find that it smells of farts.


  • fruit and veg section
  • bakery section

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  • football pitch at a stadium on a cold night
  • park in the height of summer

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My olfactory senses process these as two of the worst smells possible. Not quite at piss and shit and rotting corpses level but, like, only a tier above that according to my nose :mask: :mask: :mask:

  • My dog that has a nose
  • My dog that has no nose

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  • Subway
  • Burger King, Macdonalds, KFC. it all smells the same? discuss

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Subway breeds disappointment

Subway is the second worst smell on the UK High Street (behind lush)

Once had a couple of cigar puffs after someone brought them to a festival. Went home and somehow everything stank of it, even stuff I didn’t wear. How.

I like it but agree it’s certainly distinctive. Could pick it out of any food smell I reckon

As I worked in Subway, that smell is one of the worst out there, flashbacks to being elbow deep in soggy, soapy sandwich water.

The smell of their cookies always flashes me back to opening a big bag of last day in date ones when I got home from a shift. Think they smell of pencil sharpenings too.


The meatball marinara smell is unconscionable