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post #16 of 21
Thanks, Joel Cairo! Great philosophy.
post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by muelleran
I find it very entertaining to browse through the list of "Fragrance Houses":
Bally, Cigar Afficionado, Baywatch, Jaguar, Salvador Dali, Swiss Army, Ferrari, Lamborghini..

Missing are Volkswagen, Credit Suisse, Légion Etrangère, Ukraine International Airlines, UC Berkeley, BearingPoint, Sony.....



I think government should start doing perfumes to boost revenues.

Imperial, by the United States, I like the sound of that! Or, Burnt Oil by the Iraqi government. Lost Colonies cologne by the United Kingdom might smell pretty good. Cheap'n'Chic by China. Come on, guys, chime in!!!
post #18 of 21
Armani Aqua di Gio.
post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by Joel_Cairo
Same thing was done with the recent Kingdom by McQueen.

I had a tester of that stuff, and found it to be totally unwearable. There was so much cumin in it, it smelled like I'd spent the evening in an Indian restaurant.
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by alflauren
I had a tester of that stuff, and found it to be totally unwearable. There was so much cumin in it, it smelled like I'd spent the evening in an Indian restaurant.

yeah, its a tricky one...
post #21 of 21
Yup...Agree on Basenotes.

But em still using the Versus from Versace old perfume.
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