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    Default Fubu Plush.

    Just purchased some bottles of this recently and am pleasantly surprised at how nice this fragrance works on my skin. I believe Bigsly talked about this smelling like Dior Homme and the comparison's are accurate. I think what makes Fubu Plush a little different is the addition of the amaretto and suede. It's also not as powdery which is a plus in my opinion. I also smell Iris in this, but it's toned down like in DHI. Great little fragrance!


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    Nice review. Thanks for the info

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    A friend of mine had this. Personally didn't care very much for it when I tried it

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    Yes, that's about right. I said years ago I thought it was superior to Dior Homme, though they are different enough to have both. It's also more "masculine," in terms of traditional notions. It's selling for a ton now on ebay so it's mostly a moot point. If you see one for very little, it's likely the women's version, which has its own merits, but isn't similar to the men's, so be careful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigsly View Post
    Yes, that's about right. I said years ago I thought it was superior to Dior Homme, though they are different enough to have both. It's also more "masculine," in terms of traditional notions. It's selling for a ton now on ebay so it's mostly a moot point. If you see one for very little, it's likely the women's version, which has its own merits, but isn't similar to the men's, so be careful.
    Didn't realize this was so expensive. Yeah, it's a moot point then...Lol... I just did a search on Ebay and I can only find the aftershave version.
    Last edited by silentrich; 23rd February 2013 at 02:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentrich View Post
    Just purchased some bottles of this recently and am pleasantly surprised at how nice this fragrance works on my skin.
    Where did you get it? That sounds like it could be fantastic!
    In my swap list: Gucci Pour Homme (2003) BNIB.
    I'm looking for Reflection Man or Andy Warhol (silver bottle w/Andy's face)

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    Quote Originally Posted by L'Homme Blanc Individuel View Post
    Where did you get it? That sounds like it could be fantastic!
    I picked it up at a local shop. What initially drew me to it was the odd looking bottle. One side is the fragrance and the other side is the sprayer. Once I got a whiff of it and liked it the worker in the store offered to sell me the other bottles he had left. I'm not sure where to find a bottle online.

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    I believe it has been discontinued, and therefore any remaining stock is subject to seller's preference in regards to supply and demand. I tried some from a sample about 2005 or so (wasn't crazy about it, though), and was noticing bottles on eBay as low as fifteen dollars plus shipping at the time. A year ago I saw bottles for $80.00 or more, now they all seem to be gone. Well, at least I got to satisfy my curiosity. Good find for you, though! Nice catch!

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