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    Apparently next week in the US (March 12) the CBS show Eleventh Hour is airing an episode in which perfume is killing people at fashion week. Sounds interesting to me. I've smelled a few that I felt could probably kill someone...I'm sure we all have. What do you guys think? Will anyone watch it?
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    The killer is armed with a gasmask and a flacon of Grey Flannel!

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    Is there anyway this can be viewed on U-tube or somewhere else online?
    Eliza
    (seems like vintage L'origan was made just for me)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sokkou View Post
    The killer is armed with a gasmask and a flacon of Grey Flannel!
    Violet = Violence

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliza View Post
    Is there anyway this can be viewed on U-tube or somewhere else online?
    Scenes from the show will most likely be available on hulu.com sometime after the show airs.
    Seek not the favor of the multitude; it is seldom got by honest and lawful means. But seek the testimony of few; and number not voices, but weigh them. - Immanuel Kant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Surfacing View Post
    Violet = Violence
    Haha funny you say that, my own personal association for violet is violent headache. Except in Chez Bond, the violet is much smoother and earthy, as opposed to a dusty, sharp pike stabbed into my sinuses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sokkou View Post
    Haha funny you say that, my own personal association for violet is violent headache. Except in Chez Bond, the violet is much smoother and earthy, as opposed to a dusty, sharp pike stabbed into my sinuses.
    Yeah, I get that too actually. I will give Chez Bond a try in the future, thanks for that violet recommondation. Apparently YSL L'homme has violet too, but I find it a light scent and it does not bother me too much. Mind you, I have only given my arm sample sprays and not worn it as a SotD.

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    Mmmmm, just uncorked a fresh bottle of Grey Flannel and am sitting here thinking about how much I liked this years and years ago. High school, seventies, bell bottoms, platform soles, wolverine sideburns and lots and lots of G.F.! Good stuff.

    I suspect the murderer will wield a bottle of Kingdom to spray victims in the face and use the bottle like a Clovis-era skinning tool to, well, skin them with.

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    I was thinking of something more on the lines of somebody ordered something from Un*&$^%d Perfumes and had complained that their order was wrong-- then some unhinged dude named JP shows up to off them.



    jk, JP if you're reading this!

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