Originally Posted by SwagScent.com
It seems like the best perfumers and fragrance critics are gay or female. What makes them so gifted in olfaction?
Many were frustrated when Mr. G's informative blog was suddenly taken down.
Small consolation that his facebook page was restored and provides a venue for him to post.
This makes me wonder who is next ? Do independent bloggers now have to be extra, extra careful what goes down for the whole internet world to see ?
Can manufacturers with a lot of power prevent personal expression and free speech when their product is described ?
Updated 12th February 2016 at 04:56 PM by Ursula
They're the proverbial swindlers lurking in the dark corners of the internet and waiting for their unsuspecting victims to be lured. They're the nightmares that every perfume afficionado wishes (s)he never ever encounters and have her/his bank account thinned out. They're things like this bunch of Chanels and they feed on your expectation than you might be lucky once in your life for a change and get your paws on a real online bargain. You shall not. "Online"
Updated 7th February 2016 at 08:03 AM by Le_Coeur_Gothique
Last year I tried to modernise myself a bit, cause being half-covered in spider webs had begun to look a little unsettling. Thus I decided to sort of give up my 30 years old smoking habit and convert to e-cigarettism, the newfound religion for nicotine repenters. At some point I bought a new battery cause my old spare one had already raised its leg for kicking the bucket, but it went on strike upon first day. So I returned it to the shop to have it fixed or replaced. And as it's often the case with
Updated 19th February 2016 at 03:49 AM by torresongs
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