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After reading post after post of you guys girly slapping each other in the TPA, I decided that you all need to man up.

Grow a pair, buy a pair, or ask your wife for them back!

Of course, I realize that some of you havent seen your 'man card' in quit a while so I went surfing and tried to find something that would help.

I was successful!

Please read and enjoy yourselves.


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Wouldn't this be better off in TPA  since that's where it's directed to???
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"I was smelling danger. And manliness." :D  I thought it was a funny article.

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QCHiker -- did you actually click the link and read?

Bad intro, maybe, but I found the article itself interesting and apolitical.


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I'm deeply concerned by how many of those smells I love.  Sawdust, old-fashioned hardware stores, lawn mowing...

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After reading post after post of you guys girly slapping each other in the TPA, I decided that you all need to man up.

Grow a pair, buy a pair, or ask your wife for them back!

Of course, I realize that some of you havent seen your 'man card' in quit a while so I went surfing and tried to find something that would help.

I was successful!

Please read and enjoy yourselves.

This was great.  Hard to say this, but thanks Raz!
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Brett should get his balls back from Kate and make a man's list.  Some glaring exclusions include, in no particular order: fresh fish, a woman before sex, a woman after sex, fresh tilled soil and clean mountain air.  No doubt I'm missing some.  Please add your favorites.
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Dirt.  Sweat.
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My apologies I didn't see the link. Guess I was too busy smelling manly scents.
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Ah yes, the smell of nitro powder solvent brings back plenty of memories.  There is one smell they missed though.  Anyone who has ever been in Harbor Freight knoex exactly what I mean.  It's a combination of new rubber, machine oil, and cosmoline.

There's also the small of an old car or truck....pre-air conditioning days.  Dust, sweat, gas, all aged by years of sun bleaching.
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Hoppes #9 is indeed a familiar smell and I first associate it with my dad teaching me how to clean a .22 rifle.  I would also suggest that a tackle box has a familiar and "manly" aroma.  Of his submitted selections, there are many that I don't enjoy at all to include gunpowder, pipe smoke and Old Spice.  From my time in the USCG, I'd tell you that leather work gloves do have an aroma as do the lines used on ships and boats.

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Hey! Not fair. You've been peeking under my kilt again.
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I would add auto repair shops, (gas stations when I was young). The smell of gas, oil, grease and over-heated engines.
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I would add auto repair shops, (gas stations when I was young). The smell of gas, oil, grease and over-heated engines.

All except the last.  I hate the smell of hot antifreeze.  I'd rather drive behind a car that's burning oil than behind one with a coolant leak.
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I would add auto repair shops, (gas stations when I was young). The smell of gas, oil, grease and over-heated engines.

All except the last. I hate the smell of hot antifreeze. I'd rather drive behind a car that's burning oil than behind one with a coolant leak.

We use the same type of coolant in our spindle chillers at work and I catch a whiff of it every now and then.
Burning automatic transmission fluid is the one I can't stand.
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Farmer's supply/co-op.  Straw, hay, dirt, chickens, rabbit feed, well-used chainsaws, manure...
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