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Favorite Smells

Everyone has his favorite smells. Sometimes, a smell is favorable for a person, but the smell is unpleasant for another one. When it comes to me, my favorite ones are orange, mint, and Coke, which I think are refreshing. The other ones I like are not popular; they are a gas station, a dog's head, and a corrosion inhibitor. When I go to a gas station, I take a breath enjoying the smell of gasoline even though I know gasoline is an organic solvent and toxic to humans. The second one, I had a Shiba dog and I often sniffed his top of the head. It wasn't a good smell but I liked it for no reason. The corrosion inhibitor is similar to gasoline. However, I don't like all of them but only a particular one. The name is "KURE 3-36" and its smell is indescribable. It's a chemical odor but is also fresh fruit-like. I think I can't explain because smell is qualia.
5 months ago
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giang
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4 months, 4 weeks ago
Everyone has histheir favorite smells.
The other ones I like are not as popular; they are a gas station, a dog's head, and a corrosion inhibitor.
When I go to a gas station, I take a breath to enjoying the smell of gasoline even though I know that gasoline is an organic solvent and toxic to humans.
The second one, I had a Shiba dog and I often sniffed histhe top of thehis head.
um sorry is it "had" or "have"? because "had" is past tense and it just gives off the vibe that you no longer have the dog...?
It wasn't a good smell but I liked it for no reason.
not necessarily wrong but the "for no reason" is a bit abundant if you're striving for a concise style of writing. otherwise, it's fine.
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kyle1569
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5 months ago
Favorite Smells
Everyone has histheir favorite smellscent.
"They/Them/Their" is better for when you're talking about more than one person.

"Scent" I think works better.
Sometimes, a smell is favorable for a person, but the smell is unpleasant for another one.
When it comes to me, my favorite ones are orange, mint, and Coke, which I think are refreshing.
The other ones I like are not as popular; they are a: like gas stations, a dog's heads, and a particular corrosion inhibitor.
This sounds more natural.
When I go to a gas station, I take a breath, enjoying the smell of gasoline, even though I know that gasoline is an organic solvent and toxic to humans.
The second one, I had a Shiba dog and I often sniffed histhe top of thehis head.
It wasn't a good smell but I liked it for no reason.
The corrosion inhibitor is similar to gasoline.
However, I don't like all of them but only a particular one.
TheIts name is "KURE 3-36" and its smell is indescribable.
It's a chemical odor but is also fresh fruit-like.
I think I can't explain because smell is qualia.
Grouped corrections
  • Everyone has his favorite smells.
  • Everyone has histheir favorite smellscent.

    "They/Them/Their" is better for when you're talking about more than one person.

    "Scent" I think works better.
    Grammar
  • Everyone has histheir favorite smells.

    Usage
  • 1 Sometimes, a smell is favorable for a person, but the smell is unpleasant for another one.
  • 1 When it comes to me, my favorite ones are orange, mint, and Coke, which I think are refreshing.
  • The other ones I like are not popular; they are a gas station, a dog's head, and a corrosion inhibitor.
  • The other ones I like are not as popular; they are a: like gas stations, a dog's heads, and a particular corrosion inhibitor.

    This sounds more natural.
    Stylistic
  • The other ones I like are not as popular; they are a gas station, a dog's head, and a corrosion inhibitor.

    Usage Stylistic
  • When I go to a gas station, I take a breath enjoying the smell of gasoline even though I know gasoline is an organic solvent and toxic to humans.
  • When I go to a gas station, I take a breath, enjoying the smell of gasoline, even though I know that gasoline is an organic solvent and toxic to humans.

    Stylistic
  • When I go to a gas station, I take a breath to enjoying the smell of gasoline even though I know that gasoline is an organic solvent and toxic to humans.

  • The second one, I had a Shiba dog and I often sniffed his top of the head.
  • The second one, I had a Shiba dog and I often sniffed histhe top of thehis head.

    Stylistic
  • The second one, I had a Shiba dog and I often sniffed histhe top of thehis head.

    um sorry is it "had" or "have"? because "had" is past tense and it just gives off the vibe that you no longer have the dog...?
  • 1 It wasn't a good smell but I liked it for no reason.
  • It wasn't a good smell but I liked it for no reason.

    not necessarily wrong but the "for no reason" is a bit abundant if you're striving for a concise style of writing. otherwise, it's fine.
  • 1 The corrosion inhibitor is similar to gasoline.
  • 1 However, I don't like all of them but only a particular one.
  • The name is "KURE 3-36" and its smell is indescribable.
  • TheIts name is "KURE 3-36" and its smell is indescribable.

    Stylistic
  • 1 It's a chemical odor but is also fresh fruit-like.
  • 1 I think I can't explain because smell is qualia.
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