Monday, August 5, 2013

Thyme smells so good

Would it be weird to create satchels for one's dresser drawers using thyme instead of lavender?


Asking for a friend.

20 comments:

  1. Meryl Rose PhillipsAugust 5, 2013 at 9:09 AM

    No way jose. Chris doesn't like the smell of lavender, so I know at least one person that would be appreciative of that stathel smell

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  2. Makes perfect sense to me, although I might be found nibbling away on it.

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  3. No! I love the smell of thyme. I've got three right now, and I want more, more more!

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  4. I know, right? Why does your underwear drawer smell like spaghetti sauce . . . ?

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  5. I love the smell of thyme, but getting dressed in the morning would bring on the hungries immediately if I had a sachet of it in there with my undies.

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  6. I say, if it smells good, why not?

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  7. Y'all are such good enablers.

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  8. Oh, you're probably right. Plus, it would be embarrassing to get caught deeply inhaling your underwear drawer!

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  9. I had a kale salad at a resturant recently that had thyme in it . . . in my brain that still doesn't seem right and yet it was delicious. Thyme is good in everything!

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  10. Why doesn't it surprise me that Chris doesn't like lavender? (He's wrong, though. Lavender smells so good!)

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  11. Lemon thyme sounds nice. Or maybe even lemon verbena for that I just washed my underwear with Pledge scent. ;-)

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  12. the jolly spelling policeAugust 5, 2013 at 9:44 PM

    um...a satchel, yes. a sachet, no. :)

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  13. I vote for lemon thyme and I think it's oregano that smells like spaghetti sauce so you might be in the clear. lemon thyme is just fresh as all get out.

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  14. I love how supportive everyone is about this. Maybe I can open an etsy shop? ;)

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  15. If the friend likes the smell of thyme, why not? Unless the friend expects someone to rummage around in his/her dresser who doesn't like thyme.

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  16. I've definitely seen etsy shops started w/much less practical ideas ;)

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  17. If I ship them in a mason jar I should make a killing!

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  18. put a bird on the label and that's a solid etsy business plan!! hopefully no one else is reading these comments trolling for ideas....

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  19. Genius. I call trademark dibs!

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  20. Not even going to talk about edible underwear! I've had similar thoughts about rosemary because it's also pretty wonderful! If you like the fragrance, do it!

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