I've been reading through some of the forum's archives, and I believe I've noticed a pattern. It seems that many of you believe that as a shirt, brand, fragrance, shoe, etc. becomes popular, it becomes less fashionable, less stylish. You feel that an increase in popularity leads to a decrease in style. I see that as something becomes more popular, it usually becomes more common. Maybe you don't want to become common. In one of the posts that prompted me to start this topic, a member deemed Aqua Di Gio "played out". I think he meant that it was too popular, so he wouldn't buy it. Does the popularity of this fragrance make it smell any worse? Am I reading more into this all than there really is? What do you all think?
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5/20/03 at 4:42pm