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I find MdO's scents aren't that unique or interesting but what I do appreciate about them is that they really capture many facets of the whole accord and work them together seamlessly. Her vanilla isn't unique or interesting or progressive, but if you like vanilla, this is easy to wear, and has many nuances to discover and you could wear it every day for a week and find new things. Same for her vetiver, oud, leather, etc. If you said to me, pick only one line to wear...
I think the Filson's inherently have a more casual look about them, being canvass and all, but if you go with say the navy one, it's pretty under the radar in my opinion. Unless you're working somewhere really conservative, I don't see it being a problem. The green and tan ones call some attention to themselves, and the tan is really known for building a patina, as in dirt/grime, so I like the tan the most personally, but for work I'd stick with something clean and dark...
Took me a second to understand what you were showing. So I think what you mean is that on the drawer you'd still have a wide centered pull, but now you're thinking a really wide pull, as wide as the handles outer edges of the cupboards below it? I still say go with option #1, meaning same wide handle, drawers and cupboards. Ideally do that for all and put a stopper into the hinge of that one door that will hit the pantry/fridge (don't remember what you said it was...
Do you see an overlap with Jardin Toit?
Will poke around their list next time I'm there and see what they've got. I also have somewhat of a $ limit on what I'll pay for a glass of anything.
This makes me miss the confession thread....
I didn't bring any of my full bottles with me but I did grab a random group of 1-2ml samples, and some 10ml's and a few 30ml's. Mostly things that I figure I'd burn through and toss when empty. Maybe a few that I'd like enough to get full bottles of later on but mostly just ones I figured were 'disposable' and I'm working through them as I go. SOTE is Surrati's Thom Oud, which is actually a decent nice warm oud scent. I mixed it with rubbing alcohol so it's easier to...
I spend the first half of the pee trying to figure out the right angle to hit the side of it to minimize splashback. Seriously, like if there's a spot I'm supposed to be aiming at, why not put some sort of marker inside these things? The ice is there to cool down the urine so it doesn't smell as much. Especially in high traffic bathrooms like bars/nightclubs. Also helps dilute it with water as it melts since who's going to touch that handle to flush it?
I'm a sucker for certain notes like Juniper and black currant etc. I think there's something quite interesting about the Oliver People's scent and it's also grown on me. Bit too much $$$ for me to justify it though.
In a related note, is it only women who design mens bathrooms? I just don't understand why anyone would spend all the time and effort to design a bathroom and then not spend an extra few bucks to put urinal DIVIDERS. I mean if there's 2-3 urinals, only 1 or 2 are getting used at a time. Nobody wants to catch a glance of another guys equipment and you spend half the time hoping nobody's looking at yours (well that's me anyway, maybe you cucks enjoy it?). I just don't...
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