Originally Posted by musclegod007
SOOOOO dated, tired. Why would someone want to smell like everyone else? I don't get it.
Here in San Diego County, I have NEVER smelled A*Men on ANYBODY. In fact, I haven't smelled 90% of my wardrobe on anybody around here (I DO smell AdG, Drakkar, Eternity, Cool Water, Polo, Brut, etc. on men I've had contact with), but never anything from Mugler, Creed, Bvlgari, YSL, etc.
As for "dated" and "tired"...are the Beatles "dated" and "tired"? Or Elvis? Or Sinatra? Or Led Zeppelin? Or "The Godfather"? Or "Casablanca"? Or "Gone With the Wind"? Or "The Wizard of Oz"? Or Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue"? Or Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture" or "Nutcracker Suite"? Or anything by Mozart or Beethoven? Are they all "dated" and "tired"?
To each their own as far as tastes in movies, music, or fragrances are concerned. But haven't you ever heard of "stands the test of time"? Or even, "classic"?