Cherry Chapstick to be exact. I cannot figure it out but it's making me relive my horrible experience of 6th grade camp* again and I am sort of twitchy now.
I was already sort of twitchy to begin with too. I have had this stupid head cold for over a week now and it just lingers. I have Cloroxed all available surfaces and I still caught it and now it won't go away. I haven't been sick in years and I forgot how absolutely annoying these things are.
I am sort of surprised I can even smell this weird cherry chapstick smell since my nose is so full but I think I tracked it down to a flower and or weed that is outside and wafting in my window on the breeze. The smell of it, not the actual plant, although that would be fun to see. ;)
* I hated 6th grade camp. It was hot and dusty and they only let you take 2 showers the entire time you were there. My first scheduled shower was the day I got there and my last shower was the day before I left. It was disgusting. One of my bunkmates couldn't even figure out how to get into her bottom bunk... we had to roll her in off the floor. Everyone smelled and was overheating by day 2 and I am pretty sure 1 classmate got heatstroke and hurled in some bushes during a forced hike. Although, he may have deserved it, he was wearing a very heavy knitted Christmas sweater with reindeer on it. In May. In Southern California. *blinkblink* Now that I think about it, he may have been brilliant in that after he yarked he got a ride down the mountain in a semi and didn't have to do anymore forced hikes.
And don't even get me started on the square dancing... thinking back on it, the only fun and or "useful," bit of knowledge I gleaned from this experience was that if you crunched a wintergreen lifesaver with your mouth open, you could see sparks. I am positive this will still come in handy someday... eventually.
And what did that even have to do with cherry flavored Chapstick? I had to use an abundance of it because it was so hot and dry my lips stopped working. After I got home I threw away the tube and never used it again.
Not vicious or malicious
Just de-lovely and delicious