I cannot stand Kouros. Antaeus is the more complex and sophisticated.
I love them both, but I'd choose Antaeus because it's more mysterious and ancient-smelling.
By the way, if L'Oreal's purchase of YSL means that they'll do to Kouros what they've done to Opium, I'd stock up on bottles pretty quick, because a classic may be about to die.
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This is like saying
"if there can be something called as negative, then there cannot possibly be anything called as positive, because they're mutually exclusive".
And that's simply wrong.
To give it a counter argument, both immovable and unstoppable properties could be exhibited by objects only after they achieve infinite energy (which theoretically is impossible), because their properties demand that they continue their state of rest, or motion, even after they've been interrupted by an external force, no matter how "big" the interruption by the external force itself is.
Achieving infinite energy -- the "unstoppable thing" should travel faster than light, but it would require infinite mass to do that, and the "immovable thing" would require infinite potential energy to become immovable, both of which are theoretically impossible.
Both such objects cannot exist in reality (considering all the scientific theories that have been derived, and the knowledge that the human race has on the subject), but if they do exist, they definitely need not be "mutually exclusive". Because if one object could exhibit infinite energy in some form, another object could very well exhibit infinite energy in some other form.
And I *did* mention both terms - "unstoppable", and "Immovable" in a purely metaphorical context, so I just chuckled when I noticed someone has put in efforts commenting (that too, not very correct) on those terms.
My graduation was on physics, and so will my PhD be on.
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you should try layering them
now that's an amazing combo
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Vintage Antaeus was better than Kouros; nowadays it is the other way around, IMHO. I have to concede in that Antaeus is much more formal than Kouros. I don't imagine wearing the beast in formal occasions, though.