Originally Posted by garrigue3
I'm impressed and often intimidated by the vast amount of knowledge displayed in BN posts. Could you please help ? I've been intrigued by a rumour that 'No Giorgio' signs could once be seen outside some restaurants. The same is said to apply to Poison. Was this an urban legend ? A joke on the chefs' part ? Did you actually see any of those signs, or more recent, related examples of perfume bans ? I'd be grateful if you could share first- or second-hand anecdotes. Sheer curiosity. Thanks.
No, it was true there were restaurants...five star one's to be exact that aloud no Giorgio to be worn. Its true how can you savor a nice meal on your taste buds when all you can smell is Giorgio attacking your nostrils...
I don't know how Giorgio for women is now I sure it has been cut in power to last in todays market but back in the early 80's it reeked...if you think Joop is strong Giorgio for women was ten times the power.
Back in high school every girl took a bath in her mothers Giorgio ...Home room was killer back in those days. [smiley=shocked.gif]