The History of Wood, Part 32 Posted on December 10, 2014December 10, 2014 by Share this:PrintEmailFacebookTumblrPinterestTwitterLike this:Like Loading...
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Yeah, stone may last longer, but put a guy covered in stone dust and another guy covered in saw dust in a room full of women and guess which guy is getting all the attention. The other guy is just dusty. (I wonder if the cologne guys got the idea of scents for men from seeing how well the wood guys were doing just by being wood guys. Maybe the first cologne guy was a just an observant, lonely stone guy.)
I came in the other night smelling like burnt pine. Nothing happened so maybe I need to reevaluate my approach.
It must be the burnt wood. I have the same problem after a campfire. If you think about it, it makes sense. If burning wood allowed you to become a wood guy, then any old stone guy could smell like a wood guy. Women see right through that.
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