If you’re riding Pirates of the Caribbean, you might unknowingly get a whiff of sea salt in the air. The Haunted Mansion smells musty and earthy, so you won’t forget that there’s a graveyard right outside the attraction. And Soarin’ Over California pumps a faint citrus smell at you as you fly over simulated orange groves.
Just in case you’re thinking that those odors are built into the rides, they’re not. The Smellitzer uses a series of pumps and vents to launch the smells 200 feet at just the right second. And then an exhaust system sucks the odor out of the room before it interferes with your next sensory experience.
A woman stands in her bedroom. She is with her attractive male lover. The air is filled with desire. They both look into each other’s eyes. The female, with a slightly bashful smile, takes off her clothes, starting with the pants first, and finally the shirt. She is wearing the bra. The man’s eyes opened wider in interest. His interest is peaked. The woman strutted closer to him, her eyes batting and her smile growing. She leans into his ear and with a breathy voice, she spoke:
I graduate in three days, I pay my own bills, I have a car, and I’m reading fanfiction about a lettuce bra.