That's how I found out about this song, I'm not much of a "Musicals" type but I really liked listening to Keillor read it.
I don't have anyone in particular to read it to or dedicate it to but just thought I'd share it with you guys, you can find various people performing it on youtube.
The odds were a hundred to one against me
The world thought the heights were too high to climb
But people from Missouri never incensed me
Oh, I wasn�t
I did'nt even spray it on a strip, my skin or in the air, I just smelled the nozzle......WHOOAA!
That is some strong juice! I did'nt even want to test spray it since I was already wearing B Men and I was afraid Trussardi would overwhelm poor B Men for the rest of the evening.
I'm gonna have to go back when I work up the courage to spray it on my skin, if you're reading this and you wear T Oumo, do you think it smells "dated" or "stuffy" for older
The bad part? I just applied one on one wrist and the other on the opposite wrist.
I'm not impressed so far............I might update later.
So I just purchased two bottles of scents at a thrift store today.
One was Lilu for women and the other was Avatar for men by Coty.
It was dirt cheap and I was excited to try the Avatar as soon as I bicycled home.
Pretty cool, Avatar does not smell cheap and I could not believe the thumbs down on this masculine "economy" scent. Some Bnote veterans mentioned words like "common" and "synthetic", I disagree.
I can't tell the difference so far.
Is it to soon or do I just have a "lazy" nose; not wanting to pick apart the different notes?
Okay, I sniff a little difference.
I live at sea level near the ocean, you wonder if the barometer reading plays a role in the nose/scent/the ability for the air to transfer notes?
I'm so lucky to live in SD CA USA, have a good day folks!
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