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    Default Re: Fragrance for a special situation (anatomy lab)

    s'ok, chimera45, I managed to finish the Kung Pao Chicken.


    yeah, a New England apple orchard in the Autumn is not what formaldehyde brings to mind. However this brings me one step closer to trying Tommy Girl (I have bad associations with an ex-bf and Tommy cologne for men. All Hilfiger scents give me shivers, but Dr. Turin's raves over the stuff, and now this, might cause me to overcome my Hilfiger-phobia).
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  2. #32

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    ...given those two unfortunate options, perhaps the cadaver / formaldehyde smell isn't so nasty afterall....

  3. #33

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    According to this web site (http://www.formaldehyde-europe.org/p...de.130.0.html), apples have formaldehyde.

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    Quote Originally Posted by musse View Post
    I regret reading this thread....*gross*
    LOL! Good one!
    Please, spritz responsibly.

  5. #35

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    Ummm try sprinkle or spray some lime or citrus or lemon on yourself. It's a cheap solution.

  6. #36

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    Rose d'Ete by Les Parfums de Rosine is an apple-rose combo.
    Or, maybe you should just go for something with cinnamon, which combines nicely with apple.
    How about the lovely Serge Lutens Cedre?
    That might work.
    Hey, if all else fails, there's Febreeze.
    JK.
    Last edited by purplebird7; 24th November 2007 at 07:40 PM.

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    Does Febreeze work for almost everything? I see some Febreeze in my anatomy lab, but I don't see anyone using it on anything.

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