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    After hearing a lot about this lately on this very forum, stumbled on this numbered “edition de luxe” and snatched it sight unsmelled.
    I’m give it a good ride this week end

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cevenol View Post
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    After hearing a lot about this lately on this very forum, stumbled on this numbered “edition de luxe” and snatched it sight unsmelled.
    I’m give it a good ride this week end
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    Quote Originally Posted by epapsiou View Post
    Sorry about that. I believe this Land thing is my fault.
    This is why I stopped writing positive reviews on HTF stuff until I already owned a bottle. Already shot myself in the foot on several instances where somebody snarfed up every decent eBay listing or the scalpers doubled prices after a glowing review.
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    Alfred Sung Homme


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    Quote Originally Posted by epapsiou View Post
    Sorry about that. I believe this Land thing is my fault.
    Good job! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
    This is why I stopped writing positive reviews on HTF stuff until I already owned a bottle. Already shot myself in the foot on several instances where somebody snarfed up every decent eBay listing or the scalpers doubled prices after a glowing review.
    This one was in store, never bought any vintage online, ebay or otherwise so far except Insense.
    Was 80 CAD, so many deals round here I could kill on ebay but I have no interest in that, rather let the next lucky guy enjoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by epapsiou View Post
    Sorry about that. I believe this Land thing is my fault.
    Well, we have to blame somebody. You're officially an Influencer, and you didn't even have to start a YouTube channel to get there.

    I just gave up and ordered a mini. Might as well make sure I'm really in love with it before jumping into the maelstrom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cevenol View Post
    This one was in store, never bought any vintage online, ebay or otherwise so far except Insense.
    Was 80 CAD, so many deals round here I could kill on ebay but I have no interest in that, rather let the next lucky guy enjoy
    To that point, I have an amusing story to share: I will concede finding old 50ml spray bottles of original Chaps, Kouros and (comparatively unknown) Scott McClintock for literally under $5USD at a Pike Place Market rummage shop here in Seattle. Each one of those in those sizes unused goes over $100 on eBay, and the Chaps over $200. I've actually paid MORE for the vintage Avon this same shop had than these three combined. I couldn't help but feel little horns poking up on my head as I walked away with $400+ in vintage juice for the price of a meal at Denny's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
    To that point, I have an amusing story to share: I will concede finding old 50ml spray bottles of original Chaps, Kouros and (comparatively unknown) Scott McClintock for literally under $5USD at a Pike Place Market rummage shop here in Seattle. Each one of those in those sizes unused goes over $100 on eBay, and the Chaps over $200. I've actually paid MORE for the vintage Avon this same shop had than these three combined. I couldn't help but feel little horns poking up on my head as I walked away with $400+ in vintage juice for the price of a meal at Denny's.
    Ah, Denny's. What a great place to pile on some calories at the end of a night of drunken debauchery on the town. So awful, in so many ways. And yet, so right. Haven't ate at one in forever... nor a night like that in as long. Almost as life saving as a Waffle House. Now THAT is one classy joint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diddy View Post
    Ah, Denny's. What a great place to pile on some calories at the end of a night of drunken debauchery on the town. So awful, in so many ways. And yet, so right. Haven't ate at one in forever... nor a night like that in as long. Almost as life saving as a Waffle House. Now THAT is one classy joint.
    I'd still take the vintage frags over Waffle House, sorry. XD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diddy
    Now THAT is one classy joint.
    If you were shooting for sarcasm ... it didn't work.

    The truth is "The Awful Waffle," as some lovingly refer to it, takes good care of their employees (benefits, promotion opportunities, etc.) unlike most other national fast food chains and it's reflected in the customer experience. If you wonder why you'd see the same faces at a place for ten-plus years, it's because reasons.

    And as someone who worked on a 24/7/365 job for a decade, I appreciate their quality and consistency vis-a-vis their menu (a style I happen to love anyway). I ate many a Thanksgiving meal (and a few Christmas dinners) at Waffle House and am not ashamed to say so.

    /Acey

    p.s. I have some vintage juice enroute from overseas but will hold off details until in hand. Hint: CHANEL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diddy View Post
    Almost as life saving as a Waffle House. Now THAT is one classy joint.
    Quote Originally Posted by AceyMan View Post
    If you were shooting for sarcasm ... it didn't work.
    I've seen some wacky arguments on Basenotes, but -- a Waffle House shootout? Seriously?

    I think I'll go see what's shaking in the Aventus subforum. Maybe they've scattered & smothered some new batch codes.

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    Sorry about that. I believe this Land thing is my fault.
    Very very nice Eps! I'm really digging it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
    To that point, I have an amusing story to share: I will concede finding old 50ml spray bottles of original Chaps, Kouros and (comparatively unknown) Scott McClintock for literally under $5USD at a Pike Place Market rummage shop here in Seattle. Each one of those in those sizes unused goes over $100 on eBay, and the Chaps over $200. I've actually paid MORE for the vintage Avon this same shop had than these three combined. I couldn't help but feel little horns poking up on my head as I walked away with $400+ in vintage juice for the price of a meal at Denny's.
    Sweet, never had a 5, 10 bucks story...just plenty of in stores good deals. I love the dusty corners and what you got behind, under, up there, in the back type situation. The hunt is part of the fun. As in today, I was like Yesss!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook.bot View Post
    I've seen some wacky arguments on Basenotes, but -- a Waffle House shootout? Seriously?

    I think I'll go see what's shaking in the Aventus subforum. Maybe they've scattered & smothered some new batch codes.
    Your level of shade-throwing is God-tier.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cevenol View Post
    Sweet, never had a 5, 10 bucks story...just plenty of in stores good deals. I love the dusty corners and what you got behind, under, up there, in the back type situation. The hunt is part of the fun. As in today, I was like Yesss!!
    That's how I got my Monsieur Jõvan. A mall fragrance kiosk had it marked for like $30 and had it for a decade behind boxes of Jõvan Sex Appeal. The poet shirt Englebert Humperdink clone on the box gave it away to me. Stuff goes for silly prices online.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook.bot View Post
    I've seen some wacky arguments on Basenotes, but -- a Waffle House shootout? Seriously?

    I think I'll go see what's shaking in the Aventus subforum. Maybe they've scattered & smothered some new batch codes.
    Nicely done
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    VINTAGE BOIS DU PORTUGAL

    Creed scents are nice, however Bois Du Portugal and Baie de Genievre are particularily impressive. Mature scents.
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    I had been keeping an eye out for YSL Pour Homme Haute Concentration. Tonight I found one that I thought I'd take a chance with.

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    Added to my 30 ml mini well worth the big bottle, great stuff

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    Nice haul. Should last you this lifetime
    Thank you mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diddy View Post
    Ah, Denny's. What a great place to pile on some calories at the end of a night of drunken debauchery on the town. So awful, in so many ways. And yet, so right. Haven't ate at one in forever... nor a night like that in as long. Almost as life saving as a Waffle House. Now THAT is one classy joint.
    Mr. Diddy,

    I read a story recently about some drunken dude went in to a waffle house at 3 am. He found the two staff members asleep in one of the booths so he made his own breakfast. "What a country" "Only in Merica".
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    Quote Originally Posted by DOCPSYCHO View Post
    Mr. Diddy,

    I read a story recently about some drunken dude went in to a waffle house at 3 am. He found the two staff members asleep in one of the booths so he made his own breakfast. "What a country" "Only in Merica".
    That's hilarious! That drunken dude could've been me, on more than one occasion!

    And I suppose I should let the cat out of the bag here... I truly have nothing against Waffle House.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diddy View Post
    Ah, Denny's. What a great place to pile on some calories at the end of a night of drunken debauchery on the town. So awful, in so many ways. And yet, so right. Haven't ate at one in forever... nor a night like that in as long. Almost as life saving as a Waffle House. Now THAT is one classy joint.
    Quote Originally Posted by DOCPSYCHO View Post
    I read a story recently about some drunken dude went in to a waffle house at 3 am. He found the two staff members asleep in one of the booths so he made his own breakfast. "What a country" "Only in Merica".
    Ha ha!!! That reminds me... In my younger years I had to spend a little bit of time in Columbus, OH. There was no better (and by that I do mean "worse") place to go at 3am while drunk than a local joint called Tee Jaye’s for a big hot piping plate of their famous Barnyard Buster. They are so known for it that even their restaurant is really referred to as "Barnyard Buster" - and even their web site is barnyardbuster.com, not anything based on "Tee Jaye’s" :-) If you visit their web site they don't do the dish any justice with the photo. In real life, the plate is twice the size, and there's probably a good half a gallon of country sausage gravy on top of everything. So wrong... yet soooooooo good. It pretty much guaratneed that if you downed this monstrosity, any notion of drunkedness and not feeling too good would go away. It had magical powers of absorbing all alcolohol from your system. By 4am you were good as new and could drive yourself home. Ah, memories...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
    That's how I got my Monsieur Jõvan. A mall fragrance kiosk had it marked for like $30 and had it for a decade behind boxes of Jõvan Sex Appeal. The poet shirt Englebert Humperdink clone on the box gave it away to me. Stuff goes for silly prices online.
    Had to Google that one.

    Haha! He looks like Poldark.


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    Had to Google that one.

    Haha! He looks like Poldark.

    Gary Puckett was my second choice but Egglebreak HumptyDump is more fun to type. Similar to that Bendabrick Cucumberbatch fellow.
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    tumbleweeds here.
    Something to make the day exciting

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    Quote Originally Posted by epapsiou View Post
    tumbleweeds here.
    Something to make the day exciting

    https://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/20/f...deep.html?_r=3
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    Considering you are trying to sell yours, this probably won't do, but here goes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
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    Considering you are trying to sell yours, this probably won't do, but here goes.
    Mine would have been better
    MegaMav was the one who turned me to this.
    Plummy tobacco
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    Not today, but these have arrived in the last 2 weeks, or since I made my last post in this thread

    Polo Green, Cosmair
    Bogart Furyo
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    Maxim Pour Homme
    Drakkar Noir
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