Chocolate chip cookie stink makes us buy sweaters

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12 Responses to “Chocolate chip cookie stink makes us buy sweaters”

  1. Amanderson says:

    I’m still wondering why they would hide an unscented candle.

  2. iguanoid says:

    Apparently mothballs and old-people-smell make me buy clothes ‘cuz that’s what Savers and Goodwill smell like.

  3. buck09 says:

    Midwest Airlines is famous for baking chocolate chip cookies on every afternoon and evening flight.

  4. Steve Stair says:

    Amanderson> I’m still wondering why they would hide an unscented candle.

    As a experimental control. They have to be sure that it isn’t just the presence of a candle in the room that causes the behavior.

  5. TheWillow says:

    I’m sorry, what was this post about? All I can read are the delicious gooey, not to crispy cookie bits…………….

  6. Keneke says:

    This is also why bookstores have adjoining coffeeshops.

  7. pork musket says:

    That picture… must… bake… cookies…

  8. vik says:

    Real estate agents, too, have known about this for a long time. If you’re trying to sell your house, you should always bake cookies just before potential buyers come around for the inspection.

  9. elver says:

    So is this why we humans have business lunches?

  10. flipa says:

    I foresee a future full of cookie-scented candles hidden in parliament corridors by cunning lobbyists.

  11. james foreman says:

    IKEA has known this for years. The waft of those delicious cinnamon rolls fills the entire structure, reducing my ability to resist their fiberboard furniture.

  12. james foreman says:

    IKEA has known this for years. The waft of those delicious cinnamon rolls fills the entire structure, reducing my ability to resist their fiberboard furniture.

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