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    Re: suggest a tobacco and leather frag please

    The Dreamer by Versace, no?
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    Hey smokers! Give up!

    I struggle with nicotine addiction. I have found that nicotine gum is really a great substitute for cigarettes if you give it a chance. Though I haven't given up nicotine, I have stopped with the...
  3. Re: Nomination for worst inspiration for a cologne...

    What about the one by the World Wrestling Federation?
  4. Re: Just when I thought I had enough colognes...I find this burried in the closet

    That is a great scent. I bought some as a blind buy and sampled it just before class. I kept smelling this great scent and looking around to see if it might be coming from someone else but it was...
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    Re: Blind buy: great disappointments

    I got a great deal on Pour Un Homme De Caron on ebay, but I think I really don't like it. I regret buying it. Fortunately it works out to only about eleven cents per ml. I haven't learned my...
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    Re: Today i bought -- April 2008

    I'm adding the really vintage scents, now. Guerlain Imperial, Caron pour un homme and Royal Bain de Caron. All blind.
  7. Re: Basenotes, help me select a fragrance to purchase for my opera debut!

    This could be true, but perhaps something like Guerlain Imperial would be be suitable. It is classic, subdued and not very expensive. It has probably been worn by more than one opera singer in the...
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    Re: Perfume Salespeople - your experiences?

    All the help I need at any counter is access. I like to be left alone to make my decisions. Sometimes I am conflicted and really need to work things out in my own way. If an S A is there trying to...
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    Re: Opinions about these colognes?

    I think that Fashion Fashoff is smart to realize that the atmosphere at the perfume shop is full of matter that may distort his perception of a particular choice. We know that the tiniest bit of a...
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    Re: Is It Appropriate to Ask?

    At this point, I already have so many choices at home and so many more that I know I would like to acquire that I don't need to seek out more impetus to my desires. When I experience something...
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    Poll: Re: The Best Under Dogs

    I'm pretty fond of Lauder for Men, but it doesn't get much mention here. I think it's wonderfully complex and well constructed. A lot of memories locked into it for me.
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    Re: Option Paralysis

    I like to choose things that used to sit with the better department store frags for $50 but have fallen to the bins at Marshalls for $12 for my blind buys. Sometimes I choose things on ebay that are...
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    Re: Suggestions for a 50-year old man please

    Escada PH? I think of it as being versatile, classy and light.
  14. Re: Huge Collection of Everything OR Small Collection of Gems?

    Huge collection of gems, please.
  15. Thread: Aramis - JHL

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    Re: Aramis - JHL

    I googled this and it displays as "The Cosmetics Company/Estee Lauder". E.L. has sure changed in the last couple of years. They used to strictly control thier retail channels to make sure that...
  16. Re: Worthy of Consideration: A Day Without Perfume ?

    That doesn't exactly make sense. B.O. is not pheremone. It is the by product of bacteria. How is it that B.O. didn't cause scent noise in primitive times and yet perfume is supposedly causing it...
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    Re: Orange/orange blossom fragrance

    I know that this one fell from the higher tiers in the industry but I think that Escada PH has a wonderfully succulent sweet orange theme. Another bargain.
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    Re: WORTH PH - Anyone still use it ?

    Worth PH is clean, soapy and longlasting. Nothing fussy about this one. Transcends its era. Some have remarked that it embodies all the desirable qualities of Paco Rabanne Ph and dispenses with...
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    Re: Does The House Really Matter?

    House matters to me. What does Avon or Dana offer that compares to anything YSL or Givenchy?
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    Re: The best 'soap' fragrance for a man

    Monsieur Givenchy and Worth PH for me.
  21. Thread: Prejudice

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    Re: Prejudice

    Kind of funny, but in some quarters of the gay subculture there is a definite hostility toward cologne. It marks you as a queen or a femme. Some clubs ban people wearing it.
  22. Re: Whats the BEST "I Just Got Out of the Shower Fragrance?"

    My collection is pretty humble compared most. From what I have to choose, Worth Pour Homme. Clean, soapy, fresh and can be had for about twenty bucks on ebay. A great blind buy for me.
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    Re: Eau Sauvage: The Disappearing Act

    Eau Sauvage certainly disappears fast. I trap it by applying a good neutral moisturizer and wearing it under a t-shirt, dress shirt, suit and tie. It's not going to project, but for certain...
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    Re: Going to a Formal Dinner

    Perhaps not cutting edge but certainly apropriate is Eau Sauvage. Light, elegant and not likely to clash with the menu.
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