WHAT BELLA SWAN MUST SMELL LIKE

My immediate area at work is primarily surrounded by women. I also recently switched my hand cream to something from Bath & Body Works. I selected “Twilight Woods” thinking the smell was subtle enough it wouldn’t linger. I personally don’t like strong smelling perfumes or lotions anyway, I get headaches after a while. I thought I was covered until yesterday, when this conversation occurred near me:

Co-Worker #1: “Do you guys smell that? It smells so yummy! Did any of you spray something?”

Other Co-Workers: “No, but that does smell really good! Where is it coming from?”

Co-Worker #2 (a guy): “I smell it to, it smells delicious like something baking.”

At this point I’m scratching my head thinking, it can’t be my hand cream everyone is smelling. Right?! WRONG! My first co-worker (the original sniffer) asked me if I was the smell source. I was then forced to reveal the “delicious scent” of Twilight Woods from my desk. I think it’s made from Edward Cullen’s sweat, that must be why it smells so good. That, or those Bath & Body people have figured out what Bella Swan smells like to Edward Cullen.

Here is a fun fact, I have the same birthday as Bella Swan. But make no mistakes, my boyfriend might be really pale but is not a vampire.  

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5 responses to “WHAT BELLA SWAN MUST SMELL LIKE

  1. So… The woods smell like baking? Perhaps it should have been called Hansel & Gretel. 😉

  2. sarcasticallybitter

    Haha- “Made of Edward Cullen’s sweat”. That is a nice scent. Twilight Woods I mean….not Edward Cullen.

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