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    Wink Possible Future of Fragrance.

    Possible Future of Fragrance. ( Comic dramatization. )

    Year: 2025 Due to regulation the only fragrance now available is a true aquatic.

    Eau de Eau. Notes: top: water middle: water base: water

    Range: 200ml, $250.00, 100ml; $175.00

    Hurry, supplies are limited. Reformulation next week. (LOL)
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    Thanks N_Tesla- I was just about to go slit my wrists from depression over all the reformulations but you made me laugh !

    By 2025 all the perfume houses would have to close shop if they produce Eau de Eau . How about Eau de Eau Lite ?
    As N_Tesla said.. hurry supplies will be limited as the new recommendation is that water maybe an allergen and may cause a number of reactions - on skin and in your body ...namely frequency of urine . A new synthetic for water is in the works..........
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    Don't forget Eau de Eau Noir...

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    sofresh; See there, already a flanker! (LOL)



    Quote Originally Posted by sofresh View Post
    Don't forget Eau de Eau Noir...

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    Ambre Eau de Eau.

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    I'm holding out for Eau de Eau EXTREME.

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    Nope, I think even Eau de Eau is not safe. Its main ingredient is dangerous, as listed here on this reputable website:

    http://www.dhmo.org/
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    Quote Originally Posted by GourmandHomme View Post
    Nope, I think even Eau de Eau is not safe. Its main ingredient is dangerous, as listed here on this reputable website:

    http://www.dhmo.org/
    You beat me to it! Was going to post that too That's my new favourite website

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    Quote Originally Posted by GourmandHomme View Post
    Nope, I think even Eau de Eau is not safe. Its main ingredient is dangerous, as listed here on this reputable website:

    http://www.dhmo.org/
    Oh No! Eau de Eau is my all-time favourite! Don't tell me it will have to be reformulated due to the 2025 Intergalactic Dangerous Goods Act! We'll have to stock up. I hope they release Eau de Eau Summer Fizz before the gate closes.

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    funny thread!
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    I love the ozonic & breezy notes in L'Air de L'Air
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nukapai View Post
    You beat me to it! Was going to post that too That's my new favourite website
    Never seen that one before! LMAO
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    Hey, people - I think I might have bought fake Eau de Eau. The bottle is in really bad shape and says "Mitsouko" on it. It doesn't smell right, either. Really old-timey and "perfumey". Somebody had even like wired down the top or something. But I got a really good deal on eBay and that has me worried. Do you think I got ripped off?
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    Hmmmm - sounds like a fake to me. Just be really careful not to get any on your skin (safety first kids, remember) but it's actually okay because there are some specialist companies in France you can send it to and they'll take out all the weird stuff and should be able get pure Eau de Eau back to you all ready to go! They've been doing it for a while now I undertstand and are getting really good at it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Perfumisto View Post
    Hey, people - I think I might have bought fake Eau de Eau. The bottle is in really bad shape and says "Mitsouko" on it. It doesn't smell right, either. Really old-timey and "perfumey". Somebody had even like wired down the top or something. But I got a really good deal on eBay and that has me worried. Do you think I got ripped off?

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    Send that Eew d'Eew to me & I'll replace it with a bottle of really pure Eau de Eau. Postage is less to me than to France.

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    Did you say Pure Eaud de Eau. Man, you can't transport that over state lions.

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    I have tried the eau de eau's parfum extrait and the EDC, EDT and EDP smells watered down compared to it. you guys should only use the parfum extrait!

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    Oh gosh - this thread is too funny ! *rolling around crying with laughter *

    I contacted the 'esteemed' manufacturers re. Eau de Eau's reformulation and they deny any changes . They say that Eau de Eau is their no. 1 seller in the US, Canada and France. They also say that there have been no complaints as yet from home grown customers about lack of staying power or any watering down . They maintain committed to their bank books ( oops , I mean customers ) as always and will forward my valuable comments to their perfumer . They also said ...'don't hold your breath ,mate'
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    Quote Originally Posted by mysticknot View Post
    They also said ...'don't hold your breath ,mate'
    Or, as a friend of mine says, "Don't wait under water!"

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    Well I, for one, know I'm using the PURE Eau de Eau....mine says it's 'distilled', right on the package!!
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    I think they'll take it further. After all, can't water wear away stone, dissolve stuff and generally well, be "wet"? A lot of people are afraid of wet. I think we'll be stuck with "L'air de air".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Natural_Juice View Post
    I think they'll take it further. After all, can't water wear away stone, dissolve stuff and generally well, be "wet"? A lot of people are afraid of wet. I think we'll be stuck with "L'air de air".
    LOL - yeah, but air is dangerous, too. Like, F5 dangerous! And vacuum is dangerous, too. Hmmm. Maybe just the idea of water would be OK. That can't cause too much of a problem. Can it?
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    Mine says, 'purified.' And Coca Cola Bottling Company. And Dasani, which is, I believe, and old Native American word for 'very big mark up.'

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    who knew... I'm new around here and I just found out that people don't only know their stuff about fragrances but also have a

    terrific sense of humor... very funny...

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    Please remember articles is used in French - your thread is d'Eau d'Eau, which is what it is. (about Eau d'Eau)

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    On 2025 Creed will release an instant legend : ) It will be composed of royal water extracted from the Versace Palace, with middle notes of Dessert Sand extracted from an unamed Egyption Emperor's Tomb and base notes of extravagant mixed woods personally extracted by Erwin Creed from Noah's Ark.

    It will be called Creed "Modern Legacy"

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    Perhaps Perrier will make Eau de Eau. Imagine that; a fragrance that is carbonated and goes on fizzy. (lol)

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    Just when you thought nobody could possibly be greedy enough to attempt to sell pure water as perfume: http://helveticatheperfume.com/produ...ca-the-perfume

    Can't wait to see what the flankers are.

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    Was it in the book, "The Perfect Scent," that we learn that executives from a major company tested out a scent (none said that something seemed terribly wrong), only to learn that the bottle was actually filled with water?

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