Yohji Homme and 1740. What the hell.
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Yohji Homme and 1740. What the hell.
"The only way to get rid of a temptation is to yield to it. Resist it, and your soul grows sick with longing for the things it has forbidden to itself, with desire for what its monstrous laws have...
Found a 1.7 for under $75.00: Insensé. Highly recommended.
Some women don't care for me; therefore, I question their taste.
That and the disappearance of the subjunctive, as in "If I'm Bill Belichick, then I call a running play here." You're not, so don't.
Nice. One of my favorites year round.
I have the new, and many people have commented how strong it is.
30 ml. bottle of PdN New York, which I replaced with the Intense. Almost finished with SMN Nostalgia, which I will also replace when gone.
I once wore Fahrenheit in mid-summer on a very warm day while meeting five women from my department for dinner. One told me I smelled good when we met at the outside bar. Once inside, as women are...
Opium for the same reason.
Barney's SA tossed in a few samples of Carnal Flower when I recently purchased Musc Ravageur. I think it helps to drag in a couple women while shopping.
I'm an old guy.
to paraphrase Oscar Wilde, I try not to offend anyone unintentionally.
Close, but Gomma has a distinctive rubber note, which is quite appealing. Different enough to own both.
Etro's Gomma is a good alternative once the initial rubber note fades.
My dad worked in the construction business, and as a kid, I would often go with him on a Saturday if he needed to do a couple things. While there, I would play on bulldozers, payloaders, and rollers...
What kind of American are you anyway? (I do the same, by the way.)
New York Intense.
Well, one time I did have to help a colleague find the sprayer on her bottle of Datura Noir. She seemed a bit stunned that I knew you have to pull fairly hard on the cap to reveal the sprayer.
Have no idea, but I routinely use four sprays. However, four sprays of Gold Man was far too many and more like eight of anything else.
I just love the word "ponking."
For a number of years, it was Royal Copenhagen, Polo, and Safari. Now that I'm in my 60s, it's whatever the hell I feel like.
BTW, Sammy has at least one or two Tiffany for Men, which he described as offered in some type of leather flacon, in the warehouse. He offered me a great deal on one, but since I'm already stocked,...
One bottle of Witness. Like another poster here, I plan to give my give my collection to my son since I can never finish what I have.
$250.00, but it was my birthday month, so I treated myself.
I think you should be focusing on the perfume your partner is wearing, but that's merely a suggestion from someone who has been using Viagra for years and still can't throw a football through a tire.
Probably my all time favorite movie, and even after seeing it at least thirty times, I still cry a bit at the ending.
Snowing here in Massachusetts, so Ambre Sultan for today.
Can't resist those "True Facts" videos. True Facts about Armadillos is quite good.
The crease reminded me of "A Rose for Emily."
Two Boston Terriers ITT.
North of 60 too.
Just killed off a 30ml. bottle of New York I've had for a number of years. Will get another soon, and I expect that's the only bottle I will ever finish.
No. Many of my coworkers seem to think it's rather cool to have a bit of knowledge about this sort of thing. Of course, they also let me know what they like and don't like too.
Stopped in at Parfums de France on Thursday while attending a conference in Baltimore. Sammy, the owner, was there and we spent some time talking and sampling. I went to purchase one of the few...
So, for no other reason than no one else mentioned it, Derby.
Stopped in a Dollar-type store in WV during the summer, and it had a fragrance counter. Picked up a 1.7 oz. Escada Magnetism for Men for 16.98. Not really to my liking though, but perhaps I will...
And took her to a gym? Smooth.
My, my, the WSJ objecting to commercial art. Seems a rather hollow criticism, one that ignores centuries of the happy romance of the commercial and the artistic.
Lapidus pour homme for 19.99 and Prada Infusion de Vetiver for around $60.00 at Marshall's. Both 3.4.
Witness, which costs about $9.00 for 1.6 oz.
Tiffany For Men
are all tied for the top, roughly.
Bought Chinatown for a friend, and it smelled terrific on her.
Seems to be available at Saks Fifth Ave, but not if you go directly to the website. Found an ad using a Google search:
Running low on Tiffany for Men, so ordered a replacement bottle from Tiffany's.
BTW, free ground shipping currently.
We native Rhode Islanders have been trotting out the "Biggest Little City" for quite a few years now, especially since Providence's rebirth, which has now made it a great place to visit.
From a recent Dr. Who episode.
For the slightly cooler New England weather today, JHL by Aramis and a black mock turtleneck for a long day of teaching.
On the Sublime:
And I have felt
A presence that disturbs me with the joy
Of elevated thoughts; a sense sublime
Of something far more deeply interfused,
I wear Yatagan when meeting with students. :laugh:
The duty free shop at LAX also carries it.
Ye of little faith.
Well, check the hoses. If they look okay, you might need to replace the packing on the cylinder or cylinders.
Oh, and Nostalgia.
For cold days, like today, Yatagan and Messe de Minuit.
So, how did it smell?
It's not just any film adaptation, though. It's a film by Raul Ruiz, one of the world's great directors whose films are vastly underrepresented on DVD.
Still a bit foolish after all these years, I believe that people are not quite as set in their beliefs as we assume at first. Perhaps it's the result of my work or inclination, but I need to hope...
Well, you answered in the affirmative, so you have that going for you. And beginning with a quotation is never a bad idea. The SAT readers know what they want, and they certainly don't want to hear...
Where I come from (another forum), this phrase, one I don't particulary care for, has been in play for so long it simply goes by "AINEC."
Lauder for Men
Etro's Messe de Minuit layered with Caron's Yatagan
I'm not sure if this is the correct forum to post this; however, I think the general thrust may appeal to the younger Lotharios of the forum (I am not young, nor, to the best of my knowledge, have I...
Your interpretation of Burr's article seems a rather willful misreading of the whole. Perhaps that may explain why you linked one page of the article rather than the article in its entirety. The...
Hope you don't mind a slightly dissenting opinion about the nature of masterpieces in general rather than perfume in particular. Some of the world's legitimate masterpieces do contain missteps,...
What do you mean "gay combination"?