Manterns: Manly-Scented Candles

Scented CandlesScented candles -- if you're a married man, get used to the accursed things.

Or try an alternative. Manterns: scented candles for men. With soothing aromas like "Bacon cheeseburger" and "Sawdust", who could resist?

Commentors: what scents would you like to have wafting through your house?

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I love the smell of a lot of things but I think the best smells is coffee in the store,Fresh mowed grass,new leather and Hay. My husband has to practailly pull me out of the coffee bags on the shelf in the store.There all years ago smells for me.
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For some reason I have been focused on nostalgic smells these days and needed to vent about it.
There is this small hole in the wall at my work that has a musty damp basement smell... for some reason it is nostalgic and actaully makes my mouth water... I know.. that is weird.
Other than that.. the smell of two stoke engines (for me it is dirtbike - but also speed boats in the summertime)
fresh cut grass with charcoal bbq
the very first smell of spring in the air - it is amazing
railroad ties
If your ever driving on a motorcycle at night - on an old country road on a warm summer night the smell of the sudden cold bogs/mist
Coffee and cig are nostalgic because of my dad
Fresh soil from the garden
My budgie even smells good
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I actually saw these cats on CNN the other day talking about the manly scented candles they were making up. Showed them pouring them and everything. It was great! I wish I could remember the scents they talked about on the segment. Anyway, I think they'll be the perfect "gag" gift to go along with the "real" gift for any guys b-day or whatever.

Personally, I think I would dig- fresh, cut grass; hot pavement after a rain; gun powder; sawdust; and sorority house. Nice.
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