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Posts by Geoffrey Firmin

Well there is always these if I want to go retro.
First day of Spring time to break out that sample of Tauer Orange Star EDP
Are they comfortable for s a casual weekend beater? How do they hold up if your walking around all day?
from a Rolling Stone list of 20 songs which defined the early 70's http://www.rollingstone.com/music/pictures/20-songs-that-defined-the-early-seventies-w436373/elton-john-rocket-man-1972-w436398
I have three, Sartorial EDT and Opus 1870 EDT which are both warm winter fragrances. Blenheim Bouquet EDT is definitely a spring and summer wear. I've found them excellent for longevity and none of them are particularly loud. Quintessential English masculine fragrances at heart.
Monday night mixed mushroom and truffle risotto with a green salad and a bottle of Ravensworth 2015 Hilltops Nebbiolo. Sigh that is the final truffle meal this winter as the season has ended. (sigh)
I recorded but have yet to watch a 1935 version with James Cagney with Mickey Rooney as Puk.
Russell T Davies production of A Midsummers Night's Dream. Great ensemble cast and GCI bring the Brads tale to life in visual splendour for an inspired retelling of the play. Highly recommended as its available on DVD.
I get mine from Terra Preta Truffles at Epic markets you have to use them within a couple of days. Decided to cook a mushroom, goats curd and truffle ravioli with a burnt butter sauce.
Matt pass my congratulations on to your gf. Send me a PM and I can provide some advice about renting and other advice about living in the inner north. Gastroporn interlude; Truffle season is just about to end so a last indulgent supper planed for this weekend.
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