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    Re: Best Benzoin Perfumes?

    Styrax tonkinensis~ Benzoin.

    - Bois d'Armenie by Guerlain: a very good example.
    - Benjoin Bohème by Diptyque: good but not as classic as above.

    SMN's Papier d'Armenie does have a distinct...
  2. Re: Highly reviewed fragrances that smell strange to/on you

    - Chergui: lackluster tobacco.
    - Coromandel: Blase.
    - Essenza di Zegna: Stale! Absolute turn-off.
    - Ivoire de Balmain: most gawd-awful sweaty musk imposed on sweetish notes, which escalates in...
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    Re: Perfume and grief

    I think a lot of people do use perfume or scents (not necessarily perfumes) as a refuge, or more so as a form of distraction from grief.
    I call these, "The Lamenting Scents".
    Iris or Orris root...
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    Re: Blind Buy from Debenhams

    Ah, at least it made one person laugh.

    Btw, online Debenhams site has most of the above suggested perfumes.

    As regards Angel... makes me wonder what makes us think of some perfumes as cheap?...
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    Re: Blind Buy from Debenhams

    YSL Rive Gauche
    Givenchy Ysatis
    Rochas Femme

    Btw, the word 'chav' reminded me of a philologist friend of mine who loves 'urban dictionary'. Her professor calls it her dirty secret. I remember...
  6. Re: Associate a fragrance with a painting/music album/or movie poster

    ^^ I know. Thank you.
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    Album
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    Painting (Girl with a Red Hat by Johannes Vermeer.)
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    TOCADE by Rochas
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    Sécrétions Magnifique
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    Chanel Cristalle
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OH0jUQTCCQI

    Fendi Theorema by Fendi
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    Hermès, 24 Faubourg
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    Re: Owning too many fragrances?

    And since I have to be contrary...
    I much rather like this one:

    “Moderation is a fatal thing. Nothing succeeds like excess.”
    ― Oscar Wilde
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    Re: Owning too many fragrances?

    Radix023, your post does find me very well.
    And what you said is very true.
    But rather than consider these traits as mere habits, I would say it's the aesthetic for finer things, anything that...
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    Re: Owning too many fragrances?

    I think, rather not being a stationary nerd is just not acceptable, is it?
    Imagine writing with a 1.1 mm gold nib, Pelikan Souveran 600 on Kartos Italian stationary- hah! Addictive. There’s simply...
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    Re: Best Guerlain ever ....

    Absolument! (Vintage, but only if well preserved!)
    I use to be a Héritage fan, but now it is loaded with a pervasive, rude sweetness that turns me off.
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    Re: Best Guerlain ever ....

    teardrop: thank you. I've a yen for such words.
    Another favourite is 'Fernweh', from which I'm to suffer in all perpetuity!

    kewart: Madamé, you haven't tried Vol de Nuit yet?
    It's better to go...
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    Re: Best Guerlain ever ....

    Guerlain was a re-awakening of sorts for me.
    Like a cherished but long-lost memory, something precious but gone, words terribly longed for and never said...
    On par with that resonance.

    Jicky,...
  18. Re: AbdesSalaam Attar / La Via del Profumo - official fragrance discussion thread

    I have been meaning to write and today is the day to do so.
    I have had the great pleasure of samplng Chilum, Mecca Balsam, Attar Maulana, Sharif, Tawaf, Jasmine Shehrazade, Ihram....
    However, it...
  19. Re: Nothing and I mean NOTHING lasts on my skin... Please Help me :(

    This is so interesting.
    We need to introduce you to Givaudin's perfumers. Skin testing is a big deal before any perfume shows up on the market.
    Perhaps... a combination of olfactory fatigue,...
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    Re: Best fragrances for Mother's Day

    Ah, what a lovely topic!
    What perfume to give one's mother...

    I recently gifted my mother, Estée Lauder's Azuree and Aliage since she likes crystalline chypres.
    In the past, Promesse de l`Aube...
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    Re: Smelled on the Street

    And I smelled something that-- literally-- stopped me in my tracks.... first I wasn't sure but then, I approached the lady and said,
    'Madame, forgive me for such brash intrusion, but are you wearing...
  22. Re: How much does a fragrance enhance a person's "appeal?"

    You know I shouldn't encourage RedRaider430 (why ever 430, huh?) but the first quote that came to mind after reading the post, is a favourite of mine:
    "I learned long ago, never to wrestle with a...
  23. Re: How much does a fragrance enhance a person's "appeal?"

    There is no definite set of rules that applies to a perfume enhancing a person's "appeal".
    It depends on the person,
    it depends on what kind of scent are you wearing,
    how it is perceived by...
  24. Re: For you collectors out there, or with collector's mentality.. when did you break that pattern &

    First, I thought why bother...
    And then I thought, there are folks like me as well, thus why not.
    Wearing a perfume in public is not our aim, perfumery itself is the inspiration.

    My --as you...
  25. Re: Signature scent, or something different every day?

    Despite the fact, this question has been asked hundreds of times since inception of BN (just search under signature scent to see the threads), we all still feel compelled to answer.
    OP, I'm not...
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    Re: What to do when fragrance starts to bore you?

    Hah!
    I was going to say the same in regard to music comment, as the above post.

    I completely stopped listening to music for a while.
    It was Silence in the car and silence at home!
    And then when...
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    Re: What to do when fragrance starts to bore you?

    Huh.
    Take a hiatus from all things perfumed!
    Don't even think about it.
    It'll call you back to it just when you're ready.

    I've done this enough times to know it. But the thing is I wouldn't use...
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    Re: Dreams of Perfume in your Sleep

    Hmm...
    My experience sort of matches with Bavards, I think.
    I don't ever wear perfumes in public and only spray on skin at home when I know I'm not going out afterwards... meaning my so-called...
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    Re: Most people don't like perfume and/or cologne

    I think... looking at this multi-billion dollar industry (which continues to grow) that people do like fragrance (rather 'nice scents' is the better phrase), perhaps perfumed products more than...
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    Re: Most people don't like perfume and/or cologne

    Am I the only one... for I can't stop laughing!
    Thank you for being so candid, Seekritdude.
    Your reaction is on par with what most males prefer in females- esp. women they become interested in-...
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    Re: Most people don't like perfume and/or cologne

    My dear Toujours Mink, I am (amongst other things) also a research scientist, and very well aware of the power of 'n'.
    However, this is how and where things usually start, with small studies which...
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    Re: Most people don't like perfume and/or cologne

    For his Highness Bigsly (tongue in cheek, mon ami!) here is an article, although it's from 2008, it is very well written and does quote figures:...
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    Re: Shalimar Descendents

    This ^^. Shaal Nur is a true sibling to Shalimar.
    But karo karounde and cassis make it more than a mere comparison, its an amazing scent in its own right.
    I've bottles from 2000 (the old white...
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    Re: A Converse: Scents and the Silent Other

    I enjoyed reading the post, thank you.
    I'm surprised at your reaction to Vol de Nuit, with me a hit also occurred albeit in a very different manner. I must have known someone in my childhood who...
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    Re: Recommendations please: warm white floral

    Excellent suggestion, I just gave a gift of it to my sister-in-law.


    Hah, I'm almost a little afraid to comment, lest Ms. Anastasia Beaverhausen take me to task over TF again (I'm joking, of...
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    Re: Famous women's perfumes

    C'est vrai, aucune question à ce sujet!
    However, the gimmick remains kitschy.
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    Re: Famous women's perfumes

    The historical mumbo-jumbo spouted by Creed is at times gag-worthy, but a historian friend of mine (perfume is part of his repertoire as well) said it best,
    "Don't you know we desperately needed...
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    Re: A Converse: Scents and the Silent Other

    "When I pronounce the word Future, the first syllable already belongs to the past.
    When I pronounce the word Silence, I destroy it."
    Wisława Szymborska.

    However, here - indubitably- this is an...
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    Re: what's your favorite dark rose scent?

    Did anyone mention....
    CDG 2: the woody, inky, dark rose- with not a rose mentioned in the whole note tree.

    But the one I like the best is the pure Turkish rose oil, simply the whole oil, nothing...
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    Re: A Conserve: Scents and the Silent Other

    Our relationship to person-odour of the people we love is not a simple thing. This article https://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/200801/scents-and-sensibility (as quoted above) is an excellent...
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    Re: A Conserve: Scents and the Silent Other

    The aim of the thread was to encourage folks to look back and in doing so perhaps realize consciously what certain scents and perfumes mean to them- this isn't about merely liking- but to delve into...
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    Re: A Conserve: Scents and the Silent Other

    So much of our emotive smell perception--be it everyday mundane smells, perfumes, flowers, food smells, spices, herbs or human/animal odors--is rooted in early childhood years.

    As a child, I was...
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    Re: A Conserve: Scents and the Silent Other

    the_good_life: I can always count on you to say it well and say it, succinctly.
    Vernona: Ah, if mere lurking generates such an introspective and (matters to a scientist like me) precise post, pray...
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    Re: A Conserve: Scents and the Silent Other

    Ah, human reaction to smell of blood is a much studied subject in olfaction.
    We each react so differently when it is an assault of multiple stimuli, all at once, and I would presume difficult to...
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    Re: A Conserve: Scents and the Silent Other

    Curiosior, curiosior!
    And just when I think I have heard it all, I'm made to reconsider.
    Detergents which make everyday mundane smells- suddenly turn into lugubrious reminders.

    A good friend...
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    Re: A Conserve: Scents and the Silent Other

    Cazaubon:
    I understand it well.
    The following article is really informative since it cites all relevant studies. Even if details get cumbersome, just read "drowning in fragrance" part.
    Half of...
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    Re: A Conserve: Scents and the Silent Other

    I would upload an Audio mp3 from London last night, everyone singing Auld Land Syne but BN doesn't support personal MP3s....
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    Re: A Conserve: Scents and the Silent Other

    What you all wrote was so candid, for this is where it begins (see the last line)*.
    However purecaramel answered my scientific 'why' by an artistic, defiant (almost, almost a non sequitur), 'Why...
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    Re: A Conserve: Scents and the Silent Other

    Tag yes, but a hack, errr... no.
    The question- at the end remains- why use the tag in the first place?
    What was the impetus behind it... and for that matter, why use a Chanel one only in this...
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    Re: Now I've seen it all..

    ^^ Hah... LOL!

    Btw, the minute I saw the thread's heading, all I could think of was Bjork's song from the Dancer in the Dark.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8FJyhnC2Eo

    And that eyesore is...
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    Re: A Conserve: Scents and the Silent Other

    Ouch!
    Leffleur, mon ami, when you wrote that phrase, was it because you know of my (infernal) habit of deleting my threads?
    I shan't this time and will wait (patiently) to see the posts, read the...
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    Re: A Conserve: Scents and the Silent Other

    Ah, exactly as I thought...
    Majority are reluctant to talk about this.
    Even in research labs, subjects don't like telling their reactions to a researcher in person. The more personal or profound a...
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    A Converse: Scents and the Silent Other

    I want to talk about something we all are intimately aware of- the way perhaps only we are aware of our own sexual morality. It is something we often quietly observe in others, and most of the time...
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    Re: Andy Tauer destroys bloggers...

    Removed
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    Re: Andy Tauer destroys bloggers...

    Quite a few folks here on BN had in the past or have some sort of business of their own, and understand the dynamics of current rapidly changing market. Realities of the Global market are hard to...
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    Re: Andy Tauer destroys bloggers...

    ClaireV wrote a blog by referencing a specific brand in perfume market dynamics - cool.
    Andy Tauer (I agree, must be having a bad year!) threw an internet hissy fit- fine.
    At BN, opinions sluiced...
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    Re: Andy Tauer destroys bloggers...

    Poor Andy, indeed!
    I still remember when Dr Turin's review of L`Air du Desert Marocain lifted him out of near anonymity to a household name among perfume enthusiasts. I don't recall anyone grudging...
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    Re: Andy Tauer destroys bloggers...

    I will begin by saying that Andy's diatribe was odd, some may say uncalled for- however, he's entitled to his views just as we all are- although pouring them out like that on the web creates a...
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    Re: What was it like before Aventus?

    Wilfred: you just made my day!
    And Palmolive, that was brilliant.
    Thank you. LOL!

    Hah, Grant... man, now I realize (to its true extent) why an Aventus subforum had to be created! Just as there...
  60. Re: Diptyque - Eau Dominotée Multiuse Fragrance (2017)

    Hah, that friend is now going to accuse me of influencing the kind folks of BN to be decadent. :)
    Perfume is decadence... I recall FK saying that perfumes are a commercial product and I completely...
  61. Re: Diptyque - Eau Dominotée Multiuse Fragrance (2017)

    Hmm, in my (not so humble) opinion, any perfume worth its salt better be a good room refreshner/ fabric perfume.
    I use Guerlain's Mitsouko on my drawing room curtains and have done so for many...
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    Re: Rose oil in Marrakech?

    The information I'm giving you is from 2013, haven't been back since then.
    Always better to take a trusted guide/driver and car- even if you do speak Darija or Arabic-fasih or French. Also because...
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    Re: Rose oil in Marrakech?

    Very true.
    Loads and loads of orange blossom water and distilled oil.
    Very distinct smell.
    Unlike anything I have smelled before.
    I got in the habit of taking baths with orange-blossom water- I...
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    Re: Rose oil in Marrakech?

    Well Ahmed, you can find real Rosa damascena oil in Marrakesh but I wouldn't suggest buying it from them because you'll pay a premium price.
    There's a place called El-Kelaâ M’Gouna where mostly...
  65. Re: If you had to wear only 1 perfume house for the rest of your life...

    Perhaps getting to know what happens behind the scene, from industry insiders is not a good thing. But, any anonymity to stardom story is laced with cutthroat capitalism and circumventing the norms-...
  66. Re: If you had to wear only 1 perfume house for the rest of your life...

    Hmm, not to belabour the original post's intent too much... (but to answer your query seriously)
    Can I make a choice - let's review some of my favourites- from Sqirl in Los Angeles, to Duck-soup Inn...
  67. Re: If you had to wear only 1 perfume house for the rest of your life...

    Thank you MrsDalloway for clarifying.
    Trilby Lark, I guess you aren't used to my quaint sense of humor.
    I'm never melodramatic and PS. under the post was a hint at it.
    Also,
    1. I truly can't...
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    Re: Best of Diptyque.

    The fact that there will always be Diptyque where ever I live in the world, is because I've used their Baies (L'Ombre dans scent), Figuer and Foin Coupe candles for a long time now, and no one- not...
  69. Re: If you had to wear only 1 perfume house for the rest of your life...

    Every post is like a stake through the heart... (I sound maudlin--fuff-- this end-of-year sentimentality!)
    Darjeeling, purecaramel, MrsDalloway, Bavard, Kagey, Akahina.... hah, but when I saw...
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    Re: Discussed a lot but I HAVE NEVER SMELLED...

    Hah, folks wanted the other two.... and, no one wants Czech and Speake??
    These perfume houses send lots of new carded samples, at least someone should enjoy them.
    (Send me a PM)

    I've turned...
  71. Re: If you had to wear only 1 perfume house for the rest of your life...

    Hah! You surprised me.
  72. Re: If you had to wear only 1 perfume house for the rest of your life...

    I must be the God-Pan of perfumery then, for even the hint of this very idea of having to restrict myself to one perfume-house is making me really claustrophobic.
    Ah, perfume-house monogamy would be...
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    Re: Discussed a lot but I HAVE NEVER SMELLED...

    ---Update---
    All samples are taken.
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    Re: Discussed a lot but I HAVE NEVER SMELLED...

    So many...
    But the worst of it is, not due to lack of samples.
    This ennui I have developed lately, hah.... closet full of samples and I don't even want to sample!!
    57929

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    57931
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  75. Re: Do You Ever Wear Gobin Daude's Nuit au Désert?

    Yes, all five perfumes are defunct.
    A mystery, where did Victoire Gobin Daudé go?
    I am an ardent admirer of Sous le Buis and still have it.
    Il est tout simplement exquis!

    By the way,...
  76. Thread: Best Iris scent

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    Re: Best Iris scent

    mademoiselle_nicole: I know exactly what you are talking about...
    For I have been after that very scent for a long while.
    I am a full-fledged Iris-junkie and have no shame about it.
    Every time an...
  77. Re: Fragrance whore or signature scent [My personal Journey]

    rickcharles606 and Bon et Copieux, I truly enjoyed reading your posts.
    That's the fun part about this, so many ways of approaching and interacting with perfumes.

    I don't wear perfumes, but I...
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    Re: The Perfumes that make you change your mind

    Hah, you've me speechless... for if only, you knew the truth!
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    Re: The Perfumes that make you change your mind

    Ah, thats hilarious!
    Here's the thing.... I always test perfume on scent-blotting strips, and rarely on skin.
    Once I like them, then on skin, not otherwise- eveh!

    Since, I had started to find...
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    Re: The Perfumes that make you change your mind

    I would say that my reaction is somewhat like chypre.
    There has never been a perfume that I first disliked (and I never come to such a conclusion just smelling the top notes), ever becoming a like....
  81. Re: Fragrance whore or signature scent [My personal Journey]

    therock003: I do hear what you are saying.
    However, if I may-- this purports to be a case of false analogy.
    There is no comparing 'changing perfumes' routinely with changing friends or parents!
    A...
  82. Re: Fragrance whore or signature scent [My personal Journey]

    Reading comments reminded me when I was growing up, visitors to our house- family or friends- I would always notice the perfumes worn by them, for women's perfumes from 80s/90s were statements, not...
  83. Re: Fragrance whore or signature scent [My personal Journey]

    I will be honest with you, I use to think 'signature scent' was the biggest piece of (how is it that Americans put it) 'what baloney' out there. But, we live to unlearn....
    For, there is now...
  84. Re: Fragrance whore or signature scent [My personal Journey]

    Liz B; Exquisite taste... L'Heure Bleue and Une Fleur de Cassie!

    therock003: Will you give me your definition (specifically) of a signature scent (see below) and what do you mean when you say...
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    Re: I am starting a new blog

    Glad, indeed.

    I was wondering what truly made you decide on a blog.... for I still recall your last article for Duftnotes.
    Pray don't get me wrong, I'm pleased that it won't be just 'reviews'...
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    Re: Places and fragrances

    Ah Bavard. You know, to a nomad like me, such words are painful to swallow.
    I do wish and hope things would change.
    And th3.... Oy Vey!
    Synopsis of one's life in such contained words but scent and...
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    Re: Places and fragrances

    Hmm, Mizzourah and Samsara... makes me look back as well.
    Although if scents and perfumes may lead to profound connections, they at times can also yield horrid results,... sorta...
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    Re: Your top Five Reviewers and reasons why.

    Foetidus: sublime clarity, and the fact his perfume perceptions 'almost' never differ from my own, which I find most extraordinary....
    an unasked-for boon.
    Naed_Nitram: the purity of language and...
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    Re: It finally happened

    mumsy ; My lady, t'is a grave honour indeed!

    I call my hoard if in a good mood, "olfactory library" and if aggrieved with myself over the size of it then, "olfactory dungeon".
    And that is usually...
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    Re: It finally happened

    Downright hilarious!!
    Truer words couldn't have been spoken.... "this discontinued malarkey" is what got it's hooks in me and dragged me back down to it all,
    It is like a fever or an obsession once...
  91. Re: About Damn Time: Luca Turin's Latest Reviews November 30, 2015

    pluran: Thank you.
    http://anyasgarden.com/roudnitska.htm

    A very interesting article on the advertising aspect of perfumes. ...
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    Re: Psychological Diagnosis ??

    Multiple Hypotheses:
    - Passion.
    - Acute sensitivity to scents/ smells, and a fairly verbal/emotional response as well.
    - Artistic aesthetics and/or scientific intrigue.
    - Certain personality...
  93. Re: About Damn Time: Luca Turin's Latest Reviews November 30, 2015

    The cognitive bias... 'unskilled and unaware of it'.... :-)
    I recall the early school/college years acutely- hah- the blunders one made and the quiet, watchful silence of my Professors, till they...
  94. Re: About Damn Time: Luca Turin's Latest Reviews November 30, 2015

    Kagey: you're right.... that is why I added the url.
    Her impressions were refreshing (no matter how clueless) esp. how she associated perfumes with status.
    It is for the same reason I come to...
  95. Re: About Damn Time: Luca Turin's Latest Reviews November 30, 2015

    I forgot to emphasis something which Kagey worded beautifully and which unfortunately is disregarded, so easily.


    and having a 'culture of respect'. One can disagree, one can even be pithy enough...
  96. Re: About Damn Time: Luca Turin's Latest Reviews November 30, 2015

    Tampere Circuit… Pyynikinajo use to be done on Tampere Circuit. As far as I know (last checked in 2008), it was closed to all. (do tell if it is open).


    Nah… all you have to do is wander over to...
  97. Re: About Damn Time: Luca Turin's Latest Reviews November 30, 2015

    There is the obvious, but then--so much unsaid, yet said nonetheless-- with your answers: thank you for replying.
    I've heard the same sentiments but worded even more subtly by M. Carlos Benaïm. Once...
  98. Re: About Damn Time: Luca Turin's Latest Reviews November 30, 2015

    Since, we've your attention for the precious while, a question I have always wanted to ask... and actually did so of Patricia de Nicolai once... but Madame is very correct or rather reticent with...
  99. Re: About Damn Time: Luca Turin's Latest Reviews November 30, 2015

    "This, as has been clear to the Arab world for hundreds of years, is an accord made in heaven. Oud’s weird, musty earthiness suggests a dark, airless underground place. In combination with a...
  100. Re: About Damn Time: Luca Turin's Latest Reviews November 30, 2015

    Not at this time. I wish.
    As you're aware, research and clinical work don't always mesh well.
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