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    Default EXTREMELY popular fragrances

    I need a coupld of ideas of insanely popular fragrances for males and females from the ages of high school to middle age. The reason is I was going to buy some new cologne to be raffled off for a charity my debate team is hosting for Project Peanut Butter (more info/if you would like to contribute go here: http://community.basenotes.net/showthread.php?t=187466). I need some suggestions for what I should buy.

    Thanks guys in advance.

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    Pink Sugar is very popular with this age group.

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    Acqua Di Gio of course. Reaction by Kenneth Cole.

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    I am afraid I am not a compatriot so my views might be a little off, but here they are for what it's worth:

    Aqua di Gio, Cool water, Kenzo homme, Armani black code, Le Male, Boss scents (for some unfathomable reason...): for boys/young men

    Light blue, J'adore, Angel, Coco mlle, Brit, Falling in love (from what I hear, it's by Philosophy), Happy, Pink Sugar, Euphoria: for girls/young women
    Last edited by helg; 11th October 2006 at 09:23 AM.

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    CK One, CK Be, CK Scene, Sarah Jessica Parker's scent (can't remember the name) for women, Happy (one for men, one for women), Le Male, Reaction for Men

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    Curve

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    I used to sell frags in a dept. store. THE MOST popular were:
    Men: Acqua di Gio, D&G Pour Homme, Vera Wang

    Women: D&G Light Blue
    young women (teens): Gucci Envy Me, Escada Rockin Rio

    You're probably better off staying away from orientals and going for the lighter stuff.
    Last edited by DJB; 11th October 2006 at 03:13 PM.
    Current faves: CdG White, Amouage Dia, Millesime Imperial, Miller Harris Terre de Bois

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    Abercrombie & Fitch fragrances, especially Fierce.

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    TOTALLY agree with Carlos. Anything by Gucci, Burberry, CK and Armani.
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    Your bidding public will probably attach value to Axe/Lynx smelly products too.
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    Paris Hilton's line of fragrances.

    EDIT: add P. Diddy's stuff as well.
    EDIT2: David Beckham's also (only if your raffle/giveaway is outside of the USA - Beckham . . . who's that?)
    Last edited by zeram1; 12th October 2006 at 04:15 AM.
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    For the guys:

    Acqua di Gio by Armani
    LeMale by Gaultier
    Polo Blue by Ralph Lauren
    Fierce by Abercrombie and Fitch
    Curve (original) by Claiborne


    For the gals:

    Happy by Clinique
    Very Sexy (Red or Hot Pink bottles) by Victoria's Secret


    Good Luck!!

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    I agree w/ the CK one & CK be options. They've been very popular for a decade, and suitable for both guys & gals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeram1
    EDIT2: David Beckham's also (only if your raffle/giveaway is outside of the USA - Beckham . . . who's that?)
    hahaha this is true. however, i would more think - Beckham... he sucks. He's basically Riquelme without the dribbling/passing/leadership skills.

    Thanks for the responses guys, I think I will pick some of these items and they will make great prizes for the raffles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redcomet
    hahaha this is true. however, i would more think - Beckham... he sucks. He's basically Riquelme without the dribbling/passing/leadership skills. . . .
    Also due to the fact that he was crying like a little boy on the sidelines in their final WC match a few months ago.
    Scents are fleeting . . . memories are not. . . .

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    Brut, Denim, Blue Stratos, Old Spice... perhaps even some Hai Karate. All very popular

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    coco mademoiselle
    eternity for men

    for the middle aged hoi polloi bourgeoisie that is

    i have no clue about hs kids these days
    Last edited by Eau Couture; 13th October 2006 at 07:59 PM.

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    Acqua di Gio
    Ck one
    Curve

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