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    Default Statistics time again...

    Last day of September and the third trimester so here's the stripy nerdette and her numbers for September and July-September!

    September's most worn:
    4 Dinner by Bobo
    3 Mitsouko

    Also wore Ambre Profond, Angel, Borneo 1834, Comme des Garçons, CdG Spicy Cocoa, Cuir Mauresque, Impérial Opoponax, AG Vetiver, Etro Vetiver and L’Occitane Vetyver twice.

    Jul-Sep

    9 Comme des Garçons
    8 Yerbamate
    7 L'Heure Bleue
    5 Angel
    4 Dinner by Bobo, LV Patchouli. Carven Vétiver, Etro Vetiver, L'Occitane Vetyver

    "Wovon man nicht lesen kann, darüber muss man schreiben."

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    Damn, I tried to have Dinner four times also during September, and walked away from the meal. Still hungry.

    Nevertheless, runners-up were:
    3 Miel de Bois
    3 Sanctuary Pour Homme
    3 Ambre Sultan
    2 Bois d'Argent
    2 Tam Dao

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    MJH
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    Default Re: Statistics time again...

    Quote Originally Posted by tigrushka
    Last day of September and the third trimester so here's the stripy nerdette and her numbers for September and July-September!
    Your words have me picturing Pippi Longstocking, but I know better!

    I noticed I had very little repeat wearing this past month: I was stressed out and overworked, and even ended
    up skipping fragrances altogether on a couple of hellish days.
    Nonetheless, my most-worn scent was Passage d'Enfer, which always seems clean, reserved, and distinctly non-cuddly. :

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJH
    Your words have me picturing Pippi Longstocking, but I know better!
    ;D ;D ;D

    Mark, Pippi Longstocking was my childhood heroine #1! I even had a Pippi wig and a Pippi dress (complete with matching tights) my mother had knitted for me... :

    Quote Originally Posted by MJH
    I noticed I had very little repeat wearing this past month: I was stressed out and overworked, and even ended
    up skipping fragrances altogether on a couple of hellish days.
    Nonetheless, my most-worn scent was Passage d'Enfer, which always seems clean, reserved, and distinctly non-cuddly. :
    Sad to hear you had a bad September, hope October will be better! :-*
    "Wovon man nicht lesen kann, darüber muss man schreiben."

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    I bought a looot of fragrances in the past two months, so I wore different scents almost every day. But here are the "winners":

    September 05:
    1. Helmut Lang Eau de Cologne (5 times)
    2. CdG Series 2: Carnation (4 times)
    3. Kiehl's Original Musk (Oil) (3 times)

    July - September 05:

    1. Thierry Mugler scents that start with "A" (Angel+Innocent+A*Men) (16 times)
    2. CdG Scents (7 times)
    * *Helmut Lang Eau de Cologne
    3. Chanel No.22 (5 times)
    * *Lancôme Aroma Tonic

    The "losers" are:

    -Ermenegildo Zegna - Essenza di Zegna: Wore it once and never again, good fragrance but not for me.
    -VC&A - Tsar: see above, but I will try it again in the fall.
    -Tuscany per uomo: ...maybe in the fall...
    - Guerlain - *Agua Allegoria Mentafollia: Absolutely amazing scent, but absolutely no staying power.

    Fragrances that did not make it this time:

    - Mitsouko: I just discovered the beauty of this scent and how good it smells on me.
    - YSL - Rive Gauche pour homme: It's not as harsh and über-masculine like other scents in this family. It has a very nice smooth side and amazing staying-power. THE one for formal events this winter.
    - Caron L'Anarchiste and Cacharel Nemo: Too many new purchases in the last months. So I couldn't wear them as often as they'd deserve it.

    P.S.: Hey Tigs, where's your dancing tiger? Will he ever dance again? I hope he's just tired...








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    Many thanks for sharing your stats!

    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy
    P.S.: Hey Tigs, where's your dancing tiger? Will he ever dance again? I hope he's just tired...
    Don't worry, Timothy: he's taking a nap now but he'll be bouncing again...
    "Wovon man nicht lesen kann, darüber muss man schreiben."

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    Well goodness. I didn't wear the same fragrance more than one day this past month, Tigs. I do plan to wear the current version of Arpege more often in October, though, because I got great compliments on it the last time I wore it.
    "Too much of a good thing is wonderful." -- Mae West

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    I only repeated two fragrances this month, which is sort of a surprise to me, actually. And they were: Angel (no surprise there) and L'Instant.

    Five were never worn-before testings: Hove Spanish Moss, Knize Ten, KL, Derby, and Eau Lente.

    This is fun to keep track so I'm going to start every month now.
    I've trademarked the color bleu

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    Thanks Blue and Bleu!
    "Wovon man nicht lesen kann, darüber muss man schreiben."

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