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For the spring and summer it's Terre d'Hermes (I love this stuff) and YSL l'Homme, with Bvlgari Aqua mixed in when I'm at the beach or the pool.
Quote: Originally Posted by Thomas Must add John Varvatos to the list. I tried it and was completely underwhelmed at first whiff. Same with second whiff, but eventually it was worth it. Once the decant runs out I will certainly waffle about as to whether I shall buy a bottle or no. Good thing it's not outrageously expensive. Varvatos is great, but I've found that it just doesn't have the best staying power and its sillage is quite weak....
Quote: Originally Posted by johnny_flapjack Yikes, check out this link. Brutal. These ties were just horrendous. Compare what this seller is asking for these ties to some of the options currently in the B&S forum. These are still the only place my head goes when someone says "Power Tie" His opiate addiction may have influenced his taste.
Thank you very much everyone for your help! I did use a lint roller with the sticky paper, but noticed that it took an appreciable amount of wool along with the dog hair and I'm not sure if that's a good thing. Also, upon closer inspection, it looks like the suit (at least the trousers portion) has some stains on it and I should probably take the whole thing in to the drycleaners. Since it will be the first time it's been cleaned since I purchased it last July, I don't...
i usually get maker's mark manhattans when in busier clubs/bars. if movement isn't an issue, dirty ketel one martinis.
I have them in Chili and love them.
Anyone have any tips on removing large amounts of dog hair from a suit without having to take it in for dry cleaning? I'm not sure if a lint remover is safe for this purpose, but am leery about getting any suit dry cleaned. If I do take it in for dry cleaning, how badly will this affect the suit (it's a BB 1/2 canvassed suit, never been dry cleaned before)? Thanks in advance.
Quote: Originally Posted by Eason I'm hardly sore, just my shoulders from the C&J. I don't think it's jumping in too deep at all, I'll try it again today and see if my HR is lower. If I break something, I'll buy you a coke. You know, doctors are always the worst patients. That heart rate is extremely high, in fact it's your max heart rate at that age (assuming you're in your 20s). I'd just do cardio in the 130-150 range for a couple weeks...
Quote: Originally Posted by Thomas YSL Rive Gauche PH today. It's nice in it's quietly-sitting-in-the-corner way. This is a cologne that admires drapes as other people chat in the middle of the room. But it's growing on me. i've never really been able to appreciate this one. it just smells like gillette shaving foam to me. sillage is good, not too overpowering, and the longevity is good but the scent is just meh imo.
braun pulsonic is the best if you're going that route. it's about as good as it gets for an electric.
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