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    Default Fragrances in unusual places?

    If you happen to stumble into a budget grocery store in the middle of Tennessee, you may discover a seemingly average looking grocery clerk. His dress is casual, his demeanor is unassuming. If you happen to pass close by him, you would notice something is not quite right in the traditional sense of things being right.

    Sometimes I think I am wasting these wonderful scents, but then I remember how good they make me feel. Makes work so much better.
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    That's right! Isn't it great to know deep down? Isn't that such a priviledge and twist on daily life and the world in general?
    That girl, that bottle, that mattress and me.

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    I think that's really cool. No way is that a waste. It's unexpected stuff like that that makes the world interesting as hell. Art can barely imitate life like that. Don't even think about quitting on us!
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    Wearing perfume is another way of expressing oneself, a subtle one perhaps, but obviously very important to all of us basenoters. So count your blessings and keep expressing yourself.
    My problem is that I live in the opposite situation. I work in an environment where I cannot wear perfume. So my mornings and afternoons are ,,,,, scentless. I only wear perfume in the evening,, immediately as I get home and I am very fond of those scents that seem to infuse the skin and leave a delicate close to the skin note on the morning after.

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    Keep on spraying, Dude.
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