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fernandofrench:

“Scientists” use “chemistry” to explain the used-book smell.

I just wish they they could make an air freshener for cars that smells like aged books.

(Source: fernandofrench, via html-wings)

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    I just wish they they could make an air freshener for cars that smells like aged books.
  11. clubedolivrossa reblogged this from fernandofrench and added:
    Vídeo sem legenda de um cientista explicando o cheiro do livro usado ter cheiro agradável (para algumas pessoas).
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    Whoa.lol.
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    Fascinating. I’ve been a sucker for used books for years…I remember coming away from library book sales with 15-20 books...
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