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A friend of mine is balding and recently mentioned that he plans a trip to Turkey. I think £2000 is what he mentioned for a hair transplant session. He says people look great after doing it.
In the beginning, yes, as some scents were interesting and new. After a while it can feel like variations of similar scents, some better, some worse, and I started to dislike certain scents and...
I think that's probably a (mainly) male way of expressing one's opinion. I find it even more annyoing when it comes to things where there is no subjectivity involved.
Rather unnecessary unless you often make posts that only feature your uncle's opinion, no? Do we really have to spell obvious things out as we have to assume that the reader can't figure them out...
If you liked He Wood then you should enjoy this one. It's even woodier.
Very versatile, unless you think that smelling of wood isn't.
I think getting pissed creates quite enough atmosphere of mindless self destruction :vrolijk_1: At least that won't add stink to your clothing, hair and skin, unless someone vomits all over the...
Very sweet and you must like orange blossom and vanilla. Female feedback "smells like an old lady's scent, wash it off".
If you can do Le Male and Fleur du Male, you'll be fine.
L'Ombre Dans L'Eau, Virgilio, Oyedo, Tam Dao. Probably in that order. I've gone off Tam Dao a bit lately, not sure why, maybe not in the mood for that kind of woody, just a tad bored by it perhaps. ...
Smokers had it too good. I fondly remember great victories such as banning them from pubs and everywhere else which improved everybody's life quality (including that of smokers :engel017:)
Security guard was taking a nap?
At least they're sure that nobody paid. I wonder what the motive was!
Comparing perfume, which can be mildly unpleasant in some situations (and perhaps more so to people who suffer from allergies), to 2nd hand smoke (The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,...
I'd think it will depend on what your left and right hand were up to, if the scent washes/rubs off one for some reason or if one hand has developed a different kind of skin as it was used for certain...
Mutton dressed as lamb fragrances to me would be some of the fruity, very sweet fragrances and the ones that bring teenagers prowling through night clubs to mind, for example 24 Gold, Fuel for Life,...
Classic, timeless fragrance. Like it as it smells good.
Forgot one (Bal a Versailles), so up to 11.6%.
All depends, there are no real rules, of course. My girlfriend's terribly attractive (and very educated), her mother was a model, and she hates sweet, feminine fragrances on me (funnily enough not on...
Have never worn Dior Homme on a date as Dior Homme Intense's sweet feminity seems to repel a certain kind of woman (those who look for a traditional, masculine man and perhaps fear cute narcissists,...
Tuscan Leather (2007)
They simply smell nice and nicer than most things that can be smelled in a city, including many of the perfumes that others wear.
Don't buy anything, sell some of the ones that are not really needed anymore, def try Viking.
Not counting Jicky, which is listed as unisex here but as for women on Fragrantica, my result is 10.9% at the moment.
(Aromatics Elixir, Balmain de Balmain, Mitsouko, Cabochard, Metal, Jolie...
Fahrenheit Absolute. By a country mile. Altamir also. Other sweet fragrances, Pure Malt, for example. Pretty much justified, they're all pretty rubbish.
A group of Asian women did not approve of...
Made me wonder how the lock company gets away with it.
Will most likely not be for me. Think the only Mugler I still own is a small bottle of Cologne, and Ice*Men, the latter being on thin...
There were others in the dark times before the king but Aventus is the last and final perfume. There will be no perfume after it and the way of Aventus is the only one.
Depends on the game, I guess. A friend of mine likes to wear A*Men by Thierry Mugler when he goes "twink hunting".
Thread needs before and after pictures....
One of the few scents, apart from Leather Oud and such perhaps, that I would have me worried about if wearing it to work is a good idea. Mainly as the girlfriend hated it so, so much. No other scent...
I'm wearing Gucci pour Homme this week. Its incense puts me in a good, pre-holiday ora et labora mood.
Classic, iconic fragrance that every real stud must own. I'd happily pay £300 for the small travel version. Luckily I might list some of these on Ebay later.
I seem to get more compliments when wearing scents that many, even here, seem to consider as dark, old man or otherwise difficult. Sweet scents only brought me mockery (girlfriend) or the attention...
Well, I'm ready for this.
Many French houses, just like one of their great authors, simply enjoy the humiliation of perfume shoppers who don't speak French.
Agree. It's probably a bit like
That said, there are some perfumes that get compliments (from the girlfriend, not strangers) every time I wear...
Many would mean that I was complimented more times than I can remember or that to remember the exact number of compliments would take some considerable effort.
Whatever smells the closest to expensive chocolate and booze.
Only if you think that anything that doesn't smell like gummi bears mixed with Mars bars is for men over 60.
Worn by virgins since 1975.
There's a reason for that :evil:
But yeah, never really could enjoy this scent. It's not just a style that didn't sit right with me (too sweet) but also a fragrance that seemed to lack purpose, I...
Surely a win-win situation. Indeed one might not even need to spend a lot on perfume to please.
Someone might already work on personlized dookie fragrances.
In one of her other articles she adviced people to alway try the yellow snow.
Did you try wearing them with other guys? Considering to put an ad up on Craigslist.
Srsly though, same here to some extend. I do wear them out though when going on walks or to the shops.
And if she would tell you to jump off a bridge....? If you don't like it, don't buy it. Or buy it for her, for her to wear.
There are other ways to keep one's wife happy than to become some sort...
Find some daddy longlegs and gently throw it at her (without hurting her or the daddy, of course). Works every time.
Re perfume, just ask someone's slightly older sister.
Cool Water, Eternity, Nightflight, Beyond Paradise.
For some people it can be. See all the "What scents do girls like?", "I spoke to a girl (IRL, video proof), she said that she approved of my perfume", "What scent can make me smell more masculine",...
Bascially almost all of them. Sexy, attractive, mysterious, etc, esp when starting out. Sometimes to smell like a Beuys installation as well.
Personally I'm selling my bottle (couple of years old). Wore it recently and whilst it's nice, I'm not wild about it. Kinda sweet (esp after wearing real masculine scents like Aromatics Elixir :evil:...
Liked it when I first sprayed it but quickly came to dislike it.
They're shop assistants, just like the people who work in supermarkets. People should probably complain about the person who hired/trained them.
Not sure if this advert is as squeaky clean as it may appear :bath:
We had this maths teacher, red Porsche, comb-over, used to rub female pupils' shoulders a little too much during exams. I can't remember if he wore any perfume but he should have worn Obsession.
Things that are hard to find I may keep around a little longer but if I dont' wear/enjoy something anymore it will end up on Ebay eventually.
Personally I wouldn't bother. It's ok but rather boring.
And who knows what's really in the bottle...
t would be less comical if banging on about the evil usurpers in Brussels had not been such a prominent part of the Brexit movement. May herself seems to have disagreed with her own behaviour once...
Years ago I had a vision of being Robin Hood when wearing Grey Flannel. Long time ago though, it may just smell like a chemical spill.
She can't be the PM, they get elected by the people in a democracy.
Aquatics. Loves a bit of calone in his cologne.
I pronounce it like Thierry Mugler.
People who believe that they are and smell tremendously sexy without spraying chemicals on their perfect, silky skin. Such people would think that using perfume is similar to wearing a powdered wig,...
To base fragrance choice on looks could be a mistake for most people as, for example, many people seem to think...
When paying a visit to my first date's I usually wear French parfum, not cologne.
I always shake them a little. The opening is quite small.
If it smells natural, can't see why not.
Sell what you don't like/use anymore, buy something new or go without fragrance for a while.
Depends, will you spend your day cruising for pokespots, evolve your pokemons with stardust at home or enter a gym?
Fahrenheit Absolute, by a mile.
Others were Altamir and Pure Malt.
Strangers seemed to be most offended by a manly dose of Bowling Green.
To be fair, most of them are a bit rubbish and I...
One time I was attening this night at a fetish club and as I entered all the guys suddenly seemed to lose interest in what I assumed to be their wives. Sniffing the air, some approached me and asked...
I'm not an addict, of course, but some of you guys who get all excited about every new release, that next blind purchase and about picking and spraying a perfume in the morning (perhaps with shaking...
All of it, as far as available.
This. Also have put some in my garden.
Aventus. Was ok.
Great scent and every time I smell it somewhere I wish to shake the person's hand and congratulate them on their superb taste. Can't say I ever feel like this when smelling other scents on people.
Brains alone will not satisfy me, I want whole bodies.
Many Brits voted against what they see as an invasive species, yes, but they mean immigrants from countries such as Poland and the recent wave of refugees in Europe. Many didn't think any further...
They all will be made in Dublin or Frankfurt from now on.
Agree, most celebrities are crap.
No. Sniffing fragrance can lead to other changes though.
For example, before sniffing Aventus (on the left) and after....
American Psycho, the book, features pages and pages about clothing, perfume (Obsession as well, I seem to remember), post-Genesis Phil Collins and Whitney Houston. It's almost a relief once he goes...
Perhaps an expensive, classic Eau de Cologne. Expensive, classic and whilst it can tell the time, you can't really send imessages...doesn't provide much longevity and sillage.
Then again, a Rolex...
I think the thread title is a little bit misleading. He's just asking for an address to ship a sample to.
These ones? Nomen est omen.
Oh, ok, there are more. You did mention the name. ...
This. And even that is most likely a pointless exercise in vanity.
Unless one is blessed with a Brezhnev style mega-brow.
Both entertaining characters. Not entirely sure why Trump seems to cause quite as much hate. He seems to be more liberal on some issues than other candidates. Sure, he can be provocative at times,...
Now, now. We're all upset that Rob Ford isn't Toronto's mayor anymore and the he passed away far too early but that isn't Trump's fault!
Egoiste. Don't find the Gucci worth wearing.
No royal pineapple though?
Kouros, toilet smell, ceramic looking bottle. Perfection!
Too much vanilla and everything that smells like über sweet candy. Raspberry. But it all depends on the perfume.
I use bubble wrap if I have some, otherwise paper and/or recycling bags.
It is seen as offensive. Though you can hear Pakistanis use it and some people will say things like "I'm going to the Paki shop to buy some fags for our National Front meeting". It all depends on the...
Just shows how hard it is for everybody to keep up with ever-changing rules, doesn't it?