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The Smell of Disks

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by Augmented, Feb 14, 2005.

  1. Augmented

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    What is That smell? I love it! The sweet aroma sent that lingers in the open air after cracking a new spindle of dvds. Can anyone possibly tell me where I can find that scent or a simaler scent that I could use to fragance my house?
     
  2. bardie

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    Are you joking? or just off the planet.....LOL
     
  3. wolfniggr

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    I saw a guy at bestbuy open up a new cakebox and all of a sudden sarted to dry heave. He said the smell reminded him of his meth days and finally threw up. Watching that tweeker making a mess on the counter was the funniest shit I've seen in a long time.
     
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  4. aabbccdd

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    you sound really bored to like the smell of dvds LOL. i get that from guys about my perfume. NOT dvds
     
  5. Higgsbsun

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    I can see it now - the birth of the DVD connoisseur. Blindfolded, he can tell difference between Ritek G04's and G05's just by their "nose" when the cake box is opened. Between quality media he will clear the palate by sniffing CMC Mag media, fine distinctions in MCC dye makeup will be discerned by judicious candling.....

    HiggsBosun

    "I love the smell of TY in the morning!"
     
  6. kenneth1

    kenneth1 Regular member

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    Can I have some of what your smokin
     
  7. ScubaBud

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    Augmented

    The answer to your question is polycarbonate plastic.

    I usually prefer to sniff mine with coffee, but it's obviously a matter of choice. <G>

    Some I have spoken with also suggest plastic car seats, but those are hard to find today.
     
  8. Troy1x

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    All of my Ritek G05's smell like pancake syrup. I didn't notice till a friend picked up a dvd and for some reason smelt pancake syrup and asked if I spilt anything on it before he put it in his dvd player.

    -Troy
     
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    Troy1x

    That's how it all starts... First just a little sniff, then you're hooked!!! Just kidding.


    Augmented

    Many people like the way new items smell before being exposed to the elements, just like that new car smell which is made up of glues, cloth, leather, carpet, and “plastics.” So we’re just kidding with you.

     
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    My dearest apologies folks.. I would have posted earlier, however I have just been released from the authorities. Evidently smelling my Memorex CMC’s out in public is considered disorderly conduct. I guess I need to pick up some of these RY’s everyone keeps talking about. I just hope I won’t be criticized about my sniffing imperfections. You know, just because CMC’s are evidently "bad media” doesn’t mean they don’t smell good :(
     
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    Welcome back and it's great to see you too have a good sense of humor!
     

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