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Scents That Will Make You Feel Relaxed
Hopefully this article will help you gain your composure while playing darts in a big tournament.

And Darren - I need some of your scents please!

https://www.cosmopolitan.com/style-beaut...you-relax/

So intrigued with Scent #4.

Any other relaxing stress relieving tips, please post here.

Enjoy!
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Majeek, you are a hoot! Lol
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The smell of burning joints always made me feel relaxed. Especially if it's me that was burning them. LOL Well, at least until I had to go on a mission to hunt down some munchies. Then it became work.

Just kidding. I've changed the ways of my misspent youth. It's rum and coke with a squeeze of lemon or lime now. Haven't smoked weed in a LOOOOONNNNGGG time.
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Now, on a more serious note. Me cooking something in my kitchen, filling the house with wonderful odors that I refer to as "Stink Pretty". Home made herb breads, big pots of gumbo, a rich red sauce with meatballs and Italian sausage, stuffed artichokes-----at Christmas time making home made chocolate chip & pecan cookies to give out to the garbage men, postman, neighbors, family and friends. I love to have folks over for meals at my house and get a lot of satisfaction when they clean their plates, fill them up again, and clean them a second time.

In case you haven't noticed, us Cajun folk are passionate about our food.
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gumbo2176 you are one person I really really want to meet during lunchtime or dinner with your T80ish culinary skills! no question - you know what you are cooking!!!

Yes the smell of burning joints is like incense that fills the air inside the dart pub - makes me smile and even laugh depending on the variety and source.

And you Cat - actually I feel so soothed whenever I take off my shoes. Tell me - based on your reaction I guess you're "keeping" something that works like a charm in your darts case?

So that's the reason why I feel relaxed when I lie down and smell my pillow at night. Or do I fall asleep or unconscious?
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(04-09-2015, 03:24 AM)majeek Wrote: gumbo2176 you are one person I really really want to meet during lunchtime or dinner with your T80ish culinary skills! no question - you know what you are cooking!!!

Yes the smell of burning joints is like incense that fills the air inside the dart pub - makes me smile and even laugh depending on the variety and source.

And you Cat - actually I feel so soothed whenever I take off my shoes. Tell me - based on your reaction I guess you're "keeping" something that works like a charm in your darts case?

So that's the reason why I feel relaxed when I lie down and smell my pillow at night. Or do I fall asleep or unconscious?

My friend, without sounding too cocky, you would likely want seconds----or thirds, depending on your gastronomical capacity. One of my pleasures in life is introducing folks to our cuisine.

Long story short. I had a friend that has since passed that lived with my wife and I for almost 8 months following Hurricane Katrina. He was from Indiana and I met him through a motorcycle group we were members of and we hit it off and became friends. He was a hell of a contractor and there was so much work in New Orleans to be had that I told him to come down and get busy.

Every evening I'd have a meal fixed and he tore it up on a daily basis. When he decided to head back home to Indiana, he had become a honorary Coon Ass as his taste in food was definitely changed.

I remember the day leading up to his leaving and heading back home. He loaded up with Boudin and Andouille sausage, alligator meat, shrimp, fish and all the red beans, etouffe', sauce piquant and gumbo I could send with him in ice chests.

I miss my friend to this day. He was a born, raised and tried and true Yankee, but a Coon Ass at heart.
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(04-09-2015, 03:24 AM)majeek Wrote: gumbo2176 you are one person I really really want to meet during lunchtime or dinner with your T80ish culinary skills! no question - you know what you are cooking!!!

Yes the smell of burning joints is like incense that fills the air inside the dart pub - makes me smile and even laugh depending on the variety and source.

And you Cat - actually I feel so soothed whenever I take off my shoes. Tell me - based on your reaction I guess you're "keeping" something that works like a charm in your darts case?

So that's the reason why I feel relaxed when I lie down and smell my pillow at night. Or do I fall asleep or unconscious?
No, the only thing I keep in my darts case is my darts...and my flights, and my stems....and my sanity....gotta nail that down, given the way my darts fly....just about every time I step up to the oche...lol....the "Queen of Summer Darts" here. My sanity would take a hike if it could after seeing where my darts go...or don't go, as the case may be....laughing at myself here.....don't need any old thing "helping" my dart action, except perspiration and perseverence.....so that someday i I can "abdicate"...lol!

And you going shoeless???!!! You're scaring me Ed! Grinning here guy!
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(04-09-2015, 03:49 AM)gumbo2176 Wrote:
(04-09-2015, 03:24 AM)majeek Wrote: gumbo2176 you are one person I really really want to meet during lunchtime or dinner with your T80ish culinary skills! no question - you know what you are cooking!!!

Yes the smell of burning joints is like incense that fills the air inside the dart pub - makes me smile and even laugh depending on the variety and source.

And you Cat - actually I feel so soothed whenever I take off my shoes. Tell me - based on your reaction I guess you're "keeping" something that works like a charm in your darts case?

So that's the reason why I feel relaxed when I lie down and smell my pillow at night. Or do I fall asleep or unconscious?

My friend, without sounding too cocky, you would likely want seconds----or thirds, depending on your gastronomical capacity. One of my pleasures in life is introducing folks to our cuisine.

Long story short. I had a friend that has since passed that lived with my wife and I for almost 8 months following Hurricane Katrina. He was from Indiana and I met him through a motorcycle group we were members of and we hit it off and became friends. He was a hell of a contractor and there was so much work in New Orleans to be had that I told him to come down and get busy.

Every evening I'd have a meal fixed and he tore it up on a daily basis. When he decided to head back home to Indiana, he had become a honorary Coon Ass as his taste in food was definitely changed.

I remember the day leading up to his leaving and heading back home. He loaded up with Boudin and Andouille sausage, alligator meat, shrimp, fish and all the red beans, etouffe', sauce piquant and gumbo I could send with him in ice chests.

I miss my friend to this day. He was a born, raised and tried and true Yankee, but a Coon Ass at heart.

My aunt was born and raised in Louisiana.....she could cook! Hearing you go culinary is killin' me....haven't cooked in a while....she did some food!!!! Betcha you do too!
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