We love the smell of books in the morning

This book smell in a spray can is aimed at the Kindle e-book-reading crowd that might require a good whiff of old must for a kinder transition to the Digital Age.

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The smell of books is the last scent we'd think of to bottle, although it makes sense for posterity when books become collectible relics sitting untouchable behind glass in the far future. Then again, this book smell in a spray can is aimed at the Kindle e-book-reading crowd that might require a good whiff of old must for a kinder transition to the Digital Age.

The five Smell of Books aromas cheat a little, though, with Crunchy Bacon and Eau You Have Cats, alongside Classic Musty, New Book Smell, and Scents of Sensibility (whatever that is) for Jane Austen enthusiasts.

We must admit we got a kick out of the somewhat lengthy warnings section:

Please use in well ventilated area. May cause dizziness and hallucinations. May cause itching and runny nose. If symptoms persist for longer than eight weeks please consult your physician. Not for use on "real" books. Do not use while riding public transportation. Discard empty container with hazardous waste. Not for use as a room deodorizer. Not for use on burning books. Do not use on a Zune.

Once you put those disclaimers aside, the snorts aren't free. Each "aerosol e-book enhancer" costs $28.99. Rather, gimme the smell of success anytime, and I'm sold.

(Source: Crave Asia via Neatorama)

 

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