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    Default 15 things you didn't know about men's fragrances

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/mosl...ragrances.html

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    Great page, zztopp! Thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks for sharing.. did knew a few, but not all
    unico grande amore.

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    Interesting, despite some minor errors. "2 Hours: how long a cologne lasts" is going to create confusion. The author meant "Eau de Cologne", as opposed to EdT, EdP etc., but can easily be understood to have meant cologne designating "perfume for men."
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    Default Re: 15 things you didn't know about men's fragrances

    Thanks for the link zz.

    This line surprised me, 'Men tend to prefer fragrances that were either worn by their father or smell similar to them...'
    "The beginning of freedom is the realization that you are not the "thinker." The moment you start watching the thinker, a higher level of consciousness becomes activated. You then begin to realize that there is a vast realm of intelligence beyond thought, that thought is only a tiny aspect of that intelligence. You also realize that all the things that truly matter - beauty, love, creativity, joy, inner peace - arise from beyond the mind.

    You begin to awaken"

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
    This line surprised me, 'Men tend to prefer fragrances that were either worn by their father or smell similar to them...'
    Surprises me too. I doubt there's much truth in it, unless they're talking about non-enthusiasts, in which case I guess it's plausible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andylama View Post
    Surprises me too. I doubt there's much truth in it, unless they're talking about non-enthusiasts, in which case I guess it's plausible.
    Hmmm my dad never wore cologne so I can't comment on this. I do have a soft spot for lavender fougeres though - the father of my best friend while growing up used to wear Capitaine Molyneux aftershave (and another lavender fougere I haven't been able to identify), so now whenever I smell a lavender fougere I can't help thinking of him. I now associate all fougeres with a feeling of fatherly sophistication.

    Anyone here on BN actually where exactly what their father used to wear?
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    I can see the father connection. I do not recall my father ever wearing a scent but his old, nearly empty bottle of Grey Flannel in the bathroom closet inspired my first purchase years and years ago.

    I still wear it now, rarely, but I like to think i've made it my own with many more memories now attached to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
    Thanks for the link zz.

    This line surprised me, 'Men tend to prefer fragrances that were either worn by their father or smell similar to them...'
    Personally, i identify with the statement. My dad used only Old Spice Aftershave. All our 22 years together it was a defining scent in our home. I will always love Old Spice and bought an EDC just last week.

    Old Spice is where it all started for me,
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    Truly insightful!. Thanks on my behalf too!
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    Interesting post. Thanks.

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    Excellent article with some useful tips.
    Thanks 4 sharing zztopp.

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    Sharing is caring. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
    This line surprised me, 'Men tend to prefer fragrances that were either worn by their father or smell similar to them...'
    Basenoters with over 100 different bottles are going to have very confused kids!

    I don't think that line is surprising unless there are "daddy issues". A lot guys I talk to wear Old Spice, Brut, Canoe, Stetson, Polo, hell even Curve now, etc "because my dad wore it".

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    Cetainly not me, my dad wore/still sometimes wears Quorum. I always found it nauseating, especially in the car. I only like a few select powerhouses.

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    Default Re: 15 things you didn't know about men's fragrances

    Late to this again, but great read! booked marked it. Also it would be fun to know how many % wise female frags are worn by men?

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