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What is that thing which reminds you of your love for somebody?

Asked by mazingerz88 (28708points) November 7th, 2023 from iPhone

Especially when you seem to forget sometimes. A song perhaps. A place. A book. A meeting.

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zenvelo's avatar

Many songs, of course. They trigger memories for me. Same with scraps of poetry.

And sometimes a special meal can do it.

flutherother's avatar

The children’s toys gathering dust in my attic.

Blackwater_Park's avatar

Back when I had a halfway decent sense of smell, it was this vanilla oil my first G.F. would wear. If I smell it on someone, a flood of memories comes back.

mazingerz88's avatar

^^Sometimes in my case, it’s not the actual smelling of the scent…even just the memory of how that scent smelled triggers the emotion in me.

JLeslie's avatar

Hershey’s chocolate reminds me of my aunt and mom. Lol. I don’t really ever forget about them though.

Pipe smoke reminds me of my Grandpa M.

Checkers reminds me of my Grandpa W.

snowberry's avatar

A sweet friend gave me a Santa ornament, and I keep it hung up by my front door. It always brings a smile to my face when I see it.

seawulf575's avatar

The excitement I feel momentarily when I see my wife from a distance…in a store for instance. We go there together and get separated and when I catch sight of her I get a jolt of excitement. Still happens after 22 years.

Forever_Free's avatar

When they do that Voodoo that they do so well!

LifeQuestioner's avatar

Many things remind me of my mom, who passed away in 2021, but one of them that I was just looking at again a little while ago was a teddy bear that my sister-in-law made for me and one for each of my other sisters, out of one of my mom’s dresses, so that we could remember her by it.

kritiper's avatar

If I told you I’d have to kill you.

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