Libraries have a really distinct smell, what other places have an especially distinct smell?
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Hardware store or lumber yard
Schools. Every high school I’ve ever been into smells the exact same.
Paper mills and stockyards.
Fish markets and brothels.
Niche museums in repurposed old school buildings.
Hippy shops. Crystals, tie dye and incense. Lots of weed symbols, dragons and half naked fairies. You know the type.
Zoos, pet stores, farms and most immigrant dominated neighborhoods ( in a good way like the smells of spices and cooking).
older hardware stores. I think it’s linseed oil.
Thrift stores… 🤢
Tire stores, auto shops, nursing homes
Subway, shoe stores, grandmas house, school bus
Your neighborhood supermarket that sells really cheap rotisserie chicken.
Cause outside that immediate section it smells like fabuloso and cold windows.
Apparently the smell in a prison is unique, though unpleasant.
fat girl panties
I feel like apartment buildings always have the same smell because of everyone cooking different things.
For a non trivial question, how about what places smell like different places and do not have their own distinctive smell.
Nursing homes and some hospitals.
Bowling allies and Aldi stores.
An indoor pool.