This is a relatively impossible question to me.
I cannot imagine a world where I do not have any of the basic fives senses. I see a lot of taste and smell, but I utterly don't want to forget Mom and Dad's cooking (and as those two go hand in hand). I can't imagine a world where I can't taste anything - it extremely saddens me how people let go of it easily, as food is an amazing and easily took advantaged aspect of cultures. Food is like a language, and as someones who has lived in two different cultures, it's amazing what people come up with. I think people wouldn't understand where I'm coming if they look at food as just something to nourish and get you living. I would rather train myself to eat bitter-gourd someway or another than taste utter blandness and lose out on the beauty of what is food.
Smell goes hand in hand with food, but really, smell, as Kaijyuu said, is the most recognizable sense in our memories. Who doesn't like coming home and smelling your mother's cooking (unless you have a horrible or nonexistent mother)? I can still remember the fireworks show from when I was...3 years old, and how it smelled liked burning rubber.
Most of my cherishing of my senses comes from after reading The Giver.
It's a story about a utopia future where everything - color, taste, music, pain, smell, words, etc - is nonexistent, to make a "perfect" world.
But the main character...let's just say starts to experience these
that we always take advantage of in our everyday life.
It's an amazing story. And I would cry myself to death if I lose any of my senses. The world is just too amazing (YES, the world is beautiful if you look for the beauty) to take your senses so lightly.