A*Men. An overweight child eating ice cream getting pushed into warm tarmac by Mugler lookalikes.
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A*Men. An overweight child eating ice cream getting pushed into warm tarmac by Mugler lookalikes.
Could be this/the ginger note.
The perfumes I had that had gone off didn't smell of anything much but rancid alcohol.
Hanae Mori HM. Can be worn in any Björk video that features robots, at Japanese metro parties or if you are a Belieber.
Also 24 Gold and Pure Malt.
Try it a few more times. I tired very quickly of it. Le Male is better than this.
Glad you like it. Personally wasn't much of a fan. Too candy sweet and youthful/girly, it never seemed to fit any mood.
Whatever I fancy on the day. Zombies don't give compliments anyway..
Avignon is a nice incense.
But I'd also recommend burying your clothes for a couple of days before wearing them for a better effect.
"Can you spare some change?"
Seems to be the main reason why men I don't know start chatting to me these days.
It really just needs sensible, social behaviour by everybody involved. Seeing as smokers, who all had us suffering for many, many years, had to be crushed using the law though, it probably will not...
Boss No 1 or Patrick.
He has good taste. Proper Robin Hood scent.
I don't think that is going to happen in Europe any time soon.
Would it be wrong to assume that Canada, said to be quite liberal and very pc (my information may be wrong...see Toronto mayor),...
There are plenty that are worth it and plenty that are not, just like when it comes to niche.
Most women probably get compliments all the time, from other women and from men who may or may not try to butter them up, so it's probably no big deal for them.
You overlooked the part where people post about the compliments they receive (collect) on the internet and ask for scents that will get them.
Sure, they can matter.
I'd say though that we finally should call the urge to receive complements by its proper name, need for approval.
There always seemed to be small bottles around. It's ok, loud and cheap (smelling). Girlfriend comments on it every time, negatively lol. Wouldn't buy it again, just using it up.
+1. I haven't smelled it though.
Cologne, B*Men, A*Men and Ice Men are not bad as cheap. All the Pure Stuff is just milking it and the ones I've tried, Pure Malt, Pure Leather, Pure Shot, weren't all that great. Pure Shot was...
The comment section :shocked:
Enjoy your scents!
Kenzo Jungle Homme, Azzaro Visit >>>>>>>>>> Dirty English.
Just smelled boring. Might as well wear GIT or PM if you want boring.
Giorgio Beverly Hills. One spray, strong but pleasant enough. Two sprays, WWI battlefield.
Giorgio Beverly Hills.
Just use some honey.
It will make no difference either way.
Did you get your arse sorted out? Before/after pics?
Personally I just let it grow. Free pillow if sitting outdoors.
Or to read threads like this.
It's good stuff but the one bottle I own is sufficient, I think.
To some extend, depending on situation. E.g. I'd probably not wear lemony juice to go out at night that often but mostly spritz it in the morning to wake up.
Hard to say. Probably something that happened in your youth. Can you post pictures of your nose?
No offence but wearing lipstick isn't seen as the most masculine thing to do, at least not at moment, so I never did, don't get such associations, thus DHI smells masculine to me.
After I had broken free from my prison cell in Nam, shanking all the guards with the shinbone of a fallen comrade, I opened a bull fighting arena in Spain to buy more DHI. My party trick is to light...
Just bend your knees a little.
Wouldn't know. After a long day at the slaughterhouse, a quick, bloody afterwork boxing session (after a few pints usually), I come home and relax in some Givenchy Pi. My women love it.
Out of the ones I know I'd sell Bleu de Chanel, Versace pour Homme, Green Irish Tweet. Perhaps Genghis Khan as well.
True. Any leftover will be removed using tweezers. No pain, no gain.
Gucci pour Homme is a nice wood and incense fragrance. Liked it straight away.
Envy is nice enough but I find it a bit 90s/generic sweet and never seem to reach for it much. Mainly keep it around...
Sex Pistols, Safari, XS, Chrome, Architect, Blue Ted...opened, sprayed, listed on Ebay.
Ralph Lauren tries niche marketing?
More the other way around, 1 bottle of perfume = 20 litres of delicious ice cream (40 if on offer).
Leather Oud smells good, Rien is ok but too expensive for what it is (chemical warfare), I'd buy it for half the price.
My woman has good taste (obviously), so she likes the good stuff usually. Some more than others.
Generic, mainstream stuff not so much, e.g. Tommy Bahama for men (personally I like to keep some...
They might just kick the ball around and tie as it will suit them both :lolk:
Wearing Eau de Rochas so far.
I have a few of those but have to admit I don't feel like I want them to travel around summery London all day, perhaps spend their time under hot lights, etc, as they're discontinued.
I like MIP but frankly when I first tried it I thought it smelled quite a bit like a women's perfume (something I never thought when smelling DHI).
I've heard Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini, Mao and Pol Pot all wore Creed also.
Most, apart from the mainstream, generic/cheap supermarket scents perhaps, as long as you put them in a niche bottle, add some niche marketing, put a niche price on it and sell it in a niche shop.
True, I'm sure that can be a factor. There's only so much I'd pay for a perfume.
I generally just don't love that many perfumes, and some I love are for women or over the top leather or smell...
Bulgari Aqua, Quorum Silver, Tommy Bahama, Lanvin L'Homme, pretty much all very sweet stuff (Lolita Lempicka au Masculin, A*Men, Animale Animale, etc)...plenty more.
It's always pretty immature and vulgar, I don't think there is a time and place where it isn't, that is why my post mocked it a little.
So many unknown factors to consider, e.g. is uber milf a smoker, how does her sense of smell rate on a scale from 1-10, what was the room temperature (if indoors), etc. I'm not even going to go there...
Don't see why I would do that. Most perfumes are rubbish, loves are rather rare (and often not that versatile), so likes are good to ensure variety and the choice of appropriate fumes for all...
Also the old dairy/fish smell, depending on local dietary habits.
Used to prefer the original, now I find it a little too sweet and perhaps even too common smelling. Still enjoy it though, just not as much as back then. I guess it has been copied/influenced others...
Don't waste your money on Pure Malt (which basically smells like A*Men does after a few hours, if you remove everything that made A*Men interesting in the first place and make it more unisex). Get...
Only know Eternity out of these. I have no idea why people would find it sexy, or other things such as trainers or track bottoms.
Perhaps it's due to the metal looking bottle.
My American friend enquired about the orange prison jump suits of some of the soccer ball goalkeepers. I did tell her about Holland :lolk: Great game by the way.
I don't think it looks legit (nor were there any other pictures), unless it's some other CR. I'm a bit disappointed that he of all footballers wouldn't have a fragrance.
That would be a shame considering the strength of the Caron men's line.
YSL pour Homme
I wouldn't mind but am not allowed to.
I'll have to nominate Yves Saint Laurent pour Homme.
Don't get me wrong, I like it a lot, but every time I spray it on I do get a strong household cleaner vibe.
I haven't smelled the Heeley (as for ocean scents, the Bulgari Aquas go slightly in that direction) but it reminded me of something I came across and perhaps someone here has smelled both. Sel Marin...
Loud, fruity/sweet and cheap like all the newer Bogart (and Lapidus). They can have a similar attraction as novelty songs, in the end you will quickly tire of them though and admit that they were not...
Smell and price.
Hard to say, 4-6 or so. Not a lot. Def sold more that I didn't want anymore than I bought new ones.
Should have told her that it smells of tea and vanilla and that she has bad taste in books (which deserves punishment).
It's lame and instantly forgettable. Do trust the bad reviews.
Wouldn't be a big loss.
17-25 and 40-45.
Smell good - Tsar, Jazz
Smell bad - Safari
Animale Animale, Cool Water, Opium, Jungle L'Elephant.
Girlfriend 4. Other people 1.
Don't think so.
Kenzo pour Homme (at least my bottle. I've never tried it in a shop)
Miller Harris L'Air de Rien
Also I had a bottle of Maxim's pour Homme that smelled very urinous. I think it must have gone off...
Givenchy Gentleman (1974) > Lauder for men by Estee Lauder (1985) Giorgio Beverly Hills (1986)
It's just a novel way to say it smells like s**t. Fahrenheit Absolute smells like it too according to her. Funny enough Leather Oud was deemed acceptable.
Guerlain is Led Zeppelin to Tom Ford's Pearl Jam.
Glad you did! My gf says it smells like a cab driver's ass, so I don't get to wear it that often.
Versace. Not as sickly and soft(ener) as the Nautica.
DHI > Aventus > PM
Most hyped, got to be between Aventus and PM. Aventus hyped by Creed staff, PM by bros who were spoken to by a female.
At least you were honest. Nothing to be embarrassed about.
Nothing could be sadder than someone wearing say an Aventus knock off (which to experienced noses clearly does not have royal pineapple)...
Essence is not only the best flanker but the best Declaration. Soir I didn't care for, found it quite dull.
Smells very mainstream and girlie. Fruity.
Beer and 20 sprays of whatever tester they have in a shop near you?
It's been a while since I've smelled it but I remember it to be a bit loud, cheap, synthetic and just a very common, tired 90s smell. Just like say Cool Water or Drakkar Noir. It's not completely...
I think I received most of my "old ladies' perfume" comments when wearing sweet, vanilla loaded men's scents.
Well, I didn't go "Ewww, you smell like an old man". Now if only women could be as considerate when a man chooses to smell like a lady.
Not true, in my opinion. My woman was wearing a unisex niche perfume the other day and it smelled somewhat masculine and herbal. I noticed, I found it a tad unusual (and she never wears typical girly...
I'm a silverback gorilla and can't comment as I can't find my bottle of Dior Man since I chucked it somewhere in the cupboard with my other perfumes.
I only wear MAN scents like Rochas MAN, A*MAN, Dior MAN (or homme as they call it abroad) and Lolita Lempicka au MASCULIN :lolk:
Haven't smelled it but Tom of Finland.