What's a weird smell you secretly like? We asked folks in Acadiana that question and we heard everything from "A dog's feet" to "Office Depot". Acadiana, your secret is not safe, we are about to expose all your weirdness, lol.

These are just a few weird smells Acadiana says they love to sniff: Fresh asphalt, a skunk, puppy breath, cow manure, sawdust, the smell of Comet Cleaner, vintage butane lighters, BlockBuster, a new baby, the smell of Play-Doh, paper report cards, Desitin diaper rash cream, tires, WD40, Sharpie Markers, the lumber at Lowe's, brand new cash, Liquid Paper, and more.

Now, let's take a gander at your TOP 10 answers (in no particular order)

Gasoline

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Freshly Cut Grass

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(Photo by Getty Images for John Deere
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Old Books and Magazines

Books On Wooden Desk.
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Horses

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Sugarcane Burning

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Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images
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Rain

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Eric Witsoe via Unsplash.com
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Scotch Tape

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Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images
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Chlorine/Bleach

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Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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Freshly Tilled Dirt

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Mimeograph (the machine that ran off papers in schools)

You can take a look at more responses here.

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