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Re: shopping/scent

According to literature, male and female perceive odors differently... it is
not just your boyfriend or husband being obstinate. He does smell something
different. Same with color hues. Different color perception as well. Not as
noticeable different, though in most cases. Brains are simply wired
different from one sex to the other.
    Long live the differences......
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana
----- Original Message -----
> Scent is such a selective thing, what smells great to some revolts
> others. It's funny. 10 people can look at a flower and see pretty much
> the same thing, but get the same ten people to smell the flower and
> you're liable to get ten different opinions. Interesting...

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