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    Re: Female Opinions - Terre D'Hermes EDT on men

    Also, these "search the forum" admonitions to newer members —*is it really necessary to scold people like that?
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    Re: Female Opinions - Terre D'Hermes EDT on men

    I love it, and I wear it myself (I'm a female). I get lots of compliments on it, and I've given away decants to other women who've fallen for it. I certainly don't think of my father (as suggested...
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    Re: Where have all the women gone?

    Completely agree. It's great to see people calling out the nonsense which seems to follow any online discussion that tackles a social, racial, or gender divide.
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    Re: Where have all the women gone?

    As I wade through this thread, and all of its ironies — so lovingly swaddled in non-sequiturs — I thank the secular gods for comments like this. :D
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    Re: Where have all the women gone?

    This was bloody brilliant.
  6. Re: YOOHOO! Cosmetics and 'Fumes on sale at Zulily

    PPS: They sell out quickly. Some of the fragrances are already gone.
  7. Re: Please help me find a scent for my girlfriend's birthday

    BTW, if you're interested in Rosabotanica, it's discounted at Zulily, which is a U.S. clearing house type of company. Sometimes, it takes a long time to get your delivery, but they offer interesting...
  8. YOOHOO! Cosmetics and 'Fumes on sale at Zulily

    They're having a "Buyer's Picks" sale at Zulily that offers Florabotanica, Rosabotanica, Hermès Eau des Merveilles, V&R Flowerbomb, several frags from Gucci, Givenchy, BVLGARI, Armani, Narciso...
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    Re: SOTD: Sunday, October 18, 2015

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  10. Re: The best and worst fragrance names to say out loud.

    Best:
    La Chasse aux Papillons, Violin in the Attic (by For Strange Women — cool, earthy artisan on etsy)

    Worst:
    Terre d'Hermès (because Americans don't hear "Dare-may" and think "d'Hermès," so I...
  11. Re: The best and worst fragrance names to say out loud.

    so name
    many unnoticed
    very agree
    wow
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    Sticky: Re: Which scent gets you the most female compliments?

    Every time I wear Terre d'Hermes I get a whopping compliment from another woman. I've made a few decants for some gals.
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    I, too have ordered — and very much enjoyed — some of their products (particularly the Frankincense rivae and F. neglecta oils). One thing to note about them is that they do not market themselves as...
  14. Re: Article: Providence Perfume Co. launch Bay Rum Cologne

    Very excited about this! And thats interesting about Newport being the rum capital of the world. Thank you for the news.
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    Re: underrated/overrated fragrance houses

    Overrated, by a long shot, forever and ever: Creed
    Underrated —*in this thread: Tom Ford :evil:
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    Re: Bone dry, non-musky scents?

    Nice, new stuff to try. Thank you!
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    Bone dry, non-musky scents?

    Recommendations? No labdanum. Woody is fine. Citrus is fine.
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    Re: Voleur de Roses - sweetness and plum ?

    Does anyone else get a rum-hitting-your-nose in the top notes? There's also something like wine in here. Like those roses started to go from rotting to fermenting. The sweeter aspects of patchouli...
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Would the research be conducted "from the bottom up," so to speak?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Wouldn't that depend on the girth of their petticoats?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Aren't there also better types in the world?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Isn't that a sign of hypocrisy?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Isn't anything permitted under the robe?
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    Re: Time to play a little game...

    All celebrity fragrances.

    >Throws a boomerang at danielplainview's chopping hand. Do not chop En Avion.<

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    Smash them.
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    Re: Fragrances that "WOW" you recently?

    This is coming to me in a sample vial, as well as CdG Play Black, just for a fun comparison.
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Is there such a thing as prudence, when French maid's costumes are involved?
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    What is the expert consensus on French Maid costumes?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Why not judge those who would judge you?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Are we mistaking misguided bravado for "resolve?"
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    Re: Fragrances that "WOW" you recently?

    Santa Maria Novella Nostalgia. The opening is a giant hit of everything it promises to be: a vintage roadster with sunbaked rubber tires, wrinkled and crazed leather seats, and gasoline stains around...
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Are the prudes ever satisfied?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Couldn't one then claim that it was "gut reaction," as there is something inherently, knee-jerk funny about a sexy French maid's costume?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Wouldn't some find that type of humor irreverent, considering the topic?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Is it ok to laugh heartily at the "hitting below the belt" pun?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Doesn't person one's attraction to person 2 have more to do with person 1's state of mind, than it does with person 2's attractiveness?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    What makes a person so sexy that unfavorable outcomes become an option?
  37. Re: Comme des Garcons - Black Eau de Toilette (My Initial Throughts)

    OMG, off to order a sample!

    <3 <3 <3 <3<3

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    I just realized I pretty much repeated Buzzlepuff's post! (runs around like zombie screaming TARRRRRR!)
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    Re: SOTD, Saturday 04th May, 2013

    I'm trying out my sample of "En Avion." Wowowow. Spicy and floral, and very much the adventurous, corsetless modern woman it was designed to represent.
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    Re: CDG Synthetic series: TAR or GARAGE?

    One or two retailers still have a couple of the synthetics line, but not in the USA.

    Tar isn't really leathery, and I don't get the "pyrogenic" notes —nor "grilled cigarette" —from it. To my...
  40. Re: Anyone familiar with the wild-harvested Backpackers Colognes from Juniper Ridge?

    This is so pungent and tart at the outset, that it had as much appeal as biting into a lemon. WHAM! Then it very quickly settled. It doesn't project much, but when I sniff my arm, I seem to be...
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Would the risk be worth the increased likelihood of discord after such a breach of trust?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Without a cost/benefit assessment, isn't that difficult to gauge?
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    Is mending the imperative?
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    Would their relationships ever be North?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Is guilt not instructive to every human?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Is it beneficial to minimize the guilt?
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    What if your wife were Miss July?
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    Re: White Lotus Mitti Attar

    Thank you Buzzlepuff! Great idea!
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    Re: White Lotus Mitti Attar

    That's a helpful description! I'm still learning about frankincense —its origins and varieties. Maybe I'll just try their solid frankincense sampler. I'm in love with this Boswelia rivae, which...
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    That's next —haha. I read Holy Thistle as unisex, but the dry down is a bit sweeter than that fresh green beginning.

    These creations are fascinating. I wish Gothic Bluebell had worked out, as it...
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    Re: White Lotus Mitti Attar

    Star Code, I haven't tried the other part of the forum yet. I'm a little wary of dealing with individuals, rather than established companies. Thank you for the Scents of the Earth Link. I have seen...
  52. Re: Anyone familiar with the wild-harvested Backpackers Colognes from Juniper Ridge?

    I know this is off topic, but I got my Union samples from Henri Bendel. Holy Thistle is very green —like fresh, forest greenery, and it definitely has a touch of pine. I love it.

    Celtic Fire...
  53. Re: Favourite “bedroom” fragrance on your man…

    Agreed. If someone is standing behind or around you, and you like the way they smell, obviously their personality has nothing to do with it.
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    Re: What women shouldn't do...

    11. Spam fragrance forums with advertisements for their products.

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    Agreed.
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    Re: What women shouldn't do...

    Well said, mumsy.
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Miss July of which year?
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    Re: What women shouldn't do...

    Some random responses:

    1) Coca leaves are not cocaine. Cocaine is processed into a different (though related) substance and has different properties. It is much more potent than coca leaves in...
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    That sounds yummy!
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    Re: What women shouldn't do...

    Agreed. And I'd argue that IF there is such a thing as a gateway drug, then it's alcohol, not pot. :) Ask any drug user whether they drank alcohol or smoked pot first.

    Anyway, scientific studies...
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    Re: any love for Givenchy's Amarige...

    I never wore it, but I appreciate its sillage. Beautiful.

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    ^That.
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    Re: What women shouldn't do...

    Aw come on. :P

    http://makinsensebabe.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Muffin-Top-610x400.png
  62. Thread: Connecticut

    by onaluna
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    Re: Connecticut

    There's also L'Occitane, Sephora and Anthropologie at Evergreen Walk in South Windsor.

    And Wild Wisteria in Durham, CT (Rte 17/Main Street), which carries "gift shop" bath & body products and...
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    Re: What women shouldn't do...

    Yeah, You make total sense. I'd say fellahs, or guys —*haha. (I like guys/gals, because they're kind of neutral) I was off base on the "girls" thing.

    Where the word "girls" chaps my ass is when...
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    Re: What women shouldn't do...

    Fair enough, and your preference is your preference. Admittedly, I wouldn't be keen on people who do any substance to excess, or people who plan their social life around alcohol and drugs. And I...
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    Re: What women shouldn't do...

    A) "Girl" implies lack of agency. Are you sure that you're not speaking of young adults here? Those would be women. Young women, yes. But not girls.
    B) Honestly, sincerely, I ask: what's wrong with...
  66. Re: HdP Ambre 114 - Ahhhh Man This Is Gorgeous Stuff

    Laff aht Lahd —well, that's a backwards compliment.
  67. Re: If you end up in hell, which fragrance will the devil make you wear for all eternity as punishme

    OOH, I couldn't disagree more. Unless we're talking about my old roommate, who was a stew of human musk, same sweater everyday, and booze. >:O
  68. Re: Anyone familiar with the wild-harvested Backpackers Colognes from Juniper Ridge?

    I'll check out 2nd Cumming when I finally visit CB's shop in NYC.

    Sympathies regarding the mail situation. Do they mess with random private parcels as well?
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    Re: What women shouldn't do...

    Pay too much mind to what other people think. :P
  70. Re: Anyone familiar with the wild-harvested Backpackers Colognes from Juniper Ridge?

    Have you had this experience with Surrender to Chance before? They put the vials in foam envelopes, then place it in a little cardboard ring box (with batting), so it's pretty secure. Or you could...
  71. Re: Anyone familiar with the wild-harvested Backpackers Colognes from Juniper Ridge?

    Well, I have to trust Chance the Gardener's word on botanical matters. ;-)

    Caruthers began to smooth out a little more a couple of hours in (well, it became an adolescent pinecone :p), and then it...
  72. Re: Ouarzazate, Eau des Baux, M Génération, Gucci pour Homme, CDG 2 Man...Your favorites

    *Looks up Acca Kappa's White Moss* :D
  73. Re: If you end up in hell, which fragrance will the devil make you wear for all eternity as punishme

    Any Esteé Lauder scent for "ladies." Vom.
  74. Re: Anyone familiar with the wild-harvested Backpackers Colognes from Juniper Ridge?

    Color me confused about the conifers -- juniper, cypress, cedar. Still learning ... I wore Siskiyou again yesterday, and it's a treat!

    Today, it's Caruther's Canyon, and man does this have a...
  75. Re: Anyone familiar with the wild-harvested Backpackers Colognes from Juniper Ridge?

    Got my three samples from Surrender to Chance. First sniff —very raw! I'm wearing Siskiyou, as it appealed to me most. It's like taking one of these:
    ...
  76. Re: Ouarzazate, Eau des Baux, M Génération, Gucci pour Homme, CDG 2 Man...Your favorites

    Is anyone familiar with Shoyeido's Moss Garden incense? Wondering if there is a personal fragrance close to it.
    I'm tempted to make a tincture of it, it's so good. :p
    ...
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    Re: SotD Friday, 19 April 2013

    Ooh lala!
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    Re: White Lotus Mitti Attar

    Ah, OK. Thanks!
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    Re: White Lotus Mitti Attar

    You can get samples, but you have to have a tax number for resale, and your minimum order has to be $100. They're wholesalers only.
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    White Lotus Mitti Attar

    So, you have to have a tax number — and spend $100 —to get it? Any reliable decanters, or sample houses that carry it? (Yes, I googled.) Surrender to Chance and Perfumed Court do not. :(

    I've only...
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    Re: Doesn't Bleu de Chanel smell so ordinary?

    Wondering why it matters.

    But I really like this emoticon: :bath: And this one, too: :kiss:

    :confused::confused::confused::confused:
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    Re: "Adventures in Layering"

    That seems like it would smell amazing!
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    Re: SotD Friday, 19 April 2013

    I need smoke and woods these days, so it's "Violin in the Attic" by For Strange Women.

    http://www.forstrangewomen.com/violin-in-the-attic-locket.html

    Cheaper refill:...
  84. Re: Which fragrance did you love at first sniff then hate it on the second?

    L'Occitane Labdanum and Green Tea & Jasmine <<< both grew plasticky and artificial.

    Le Labo for Anthropologie: Poudre d'Orient, Orange Discrete

    Bvlgari Black. Yuck Vanilla.

    Chanel Egoiste
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    Re: One Million without the leather note

    Candied leather? Is that anything like candied bacon? O_o :p
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    Re: Strange Note Wish List

    Petrichor —yes! Now I'm searching. I have some mitti attar that's supposed to smell like the monsoon after a draught in India. It smells more like clay pots and sweetness ...

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    Re: Atelier Cologne Sous le Toit De Paris

    I tried TF Violet Blonde again on paper (will wear the sample another day). I got a good hit of citrus rind/pink pepper that was so satisfying ... loved it. Looking forward to smelling the floral...
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    Re: Strange Note Wish List

    yes, please!
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    Re: Terre d'Hermes...

    Just one, sad bottle of Poudre d'Orient at my local Anthro. It was on clearance for $20. Damn. Also, sniffed Terre d'Hermés —only on paper. They are definitely siblings, but something's different....
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    Re: Strange Note Wish List

    I just had a good old time in Lush. I love their cade shampoo bar, and the Breath of God solid. Very campfire/outdoorsy. Trying to imagine jasmine over top ...
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    Re: any honey fragrance

    So, did the OP end up trying Love & Toast? Love those inexpensive little treats.
    There's a natural line called Roxana Illuminated, and she uses her own honey in a fragrance called "To Bee." That's...
  92. Re: New house Juniper Ridge with three Backpacker’s Cologne

    Ordered 3 samples from Surrender to Chance. I look forward to their outdoorsy take on personal scents!

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    PS: I find the bottle to be an unimaginative take on the whole...
  93. Re: Which famous designer brand sucks in fragrances the most?

    I'd better hoard my mother's 70's Rive Gauche!
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    Re: Strange Note Wish List

    That note combination sounds like it would be stellar in the right hands! "Black Vetyver Café" was the lone Jo Malone that I really liked enough to buy. The woodiness of the vetiver served to roughen...
  95. Re: Which famous designer brand sucks in fragrances the most?

    'Twas a good word in Lord of the Flies though. "Sucks to your assmar, Piggie!"

    Versace
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    Re: SOTD - Sunday 14th April 2013

    Pretty bottle!

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    :D Mercí for the seal of approval, and happy blending!
  97. Thread: Frankincense

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    Re: Frankincense

    For essential oil, I recommend this "Boswellia rivae" (some say this company overprices their oil, but were talking $22 for 15ml of potent stuff):
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    Are your services illegal in some U.S. states?
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    Re: SOTD - Sunday 14th April 2013

    An aromatherapeutic blend: frankincense neglecta combined with fleece jacket infused with roommate's dog. ;)
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    Re: Answer Every Question With A Question

    What if there was remuneration, but it came in a defunct currency?
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