Five years ago, I wore Aventus to a strip club where I was arrested. Weeks later, while in court standing before a judge, she unexpectedly threw out the case against me, declaring that, despite the fact that I'm 4'2" and 537 pounds, I was indeed the sexiest man alive. Yay for women judges, eh? I KNOW! This was particularly amazing because Aventus was still three years away from even being invented. Regardless, fast forward to three nights ago when a playboy bunny (and, by that, I mean an actual rabbit whose cage is line with pages from old Playboys) demanded to know what I was wearing. The owner of the rabbit was a member of the Swedish Olympic swim team. She was so impressed by her rabbit's excellent taste in men's fragrances that she knew the only possible thing she could do was sleep with me. Side note: we had roast rabbit for lunch the next day, though I'm at least 75% sure it wasn't the talking bunny I met the day before. I mean, really. Who would cook a talking bunny? Anyway... thanks, Aventus!- - - Updated - - -
Originally Posted by knightowl
How about which female gives you the most scent compliments?
I'm not sure if this is what you're getting at... but... I've noticed that different types of women compliment me on different scents. I have a female friend who is more or less a badass. I'm not sure how else to put it - and I mean no disrespect. She's awesome! But she's tougher than most of the men I know. She always compliments me if I wear Gucci Pour Homme (2003). It's a very very masculine woody/incense scent. If I wear anything else around her... no comment. But she's the only one I've met so far who goes nuts for Gph. Come to think of it, I wouldn't be surprised at all if she'd love Fahrenheit.
I'm sure that different kinds of people are drawn to different kinds of scents - assuming the scent fits the person wearing it, of course. If you're going on a date, I definitely think it's wise to pick a scent based on the personality of the person you're seeing.
Gucci Pour Homme II has been my go-to scent for dates with bookish women (and, god, I swoon for smart women!) I haven't tried it, but I'd bet Tea For Two would be great too.