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Must needs go to Scent/Fragrance of the Day say your views.
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I han ventured in there and - likesame as the fine watch thread - such impressive scents and knowledge put me in the condition of intimidated so I ran back here where at least I know most everyone.
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I use WD40

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Originally Posted by SirReveller View Post

I han ventured in there and - likesame as the fine watch thread - such impressive scents and knowledge put me in the condition of intimidated so I ran back here where at least I know most everyone.

It is really only L'inky who is intimidating until you realize that he wears mostly feminine scents. tongue.gif
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I'll bring Scent/Fragrance of the Day here just help some posters not be entemmeldated be at home in familiar envirenment. I am wearing Shanghai Lily by Tom Ford of which is officially unisex but Luckyscent has it on the feminine side of their gender continuum. (Unlike certain others I don't have no fear of wear feminine scents.)
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I'm waiting for weather to become dat of wintry mix for enablement of wear le labo rose of 31.
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Rose 31 is a good one
I dont have fear either as with my Vero samples that I wore, thought they were ok/ interesting, then saw that they were in the feminine category.
However, I do fear smelling like an old lady at some point (and those Veros were definitely NOT old lady)
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I wore Le Labo Jasmin 17 as my pre-shower scent yesterday. Really it's not a jasmine scent at all, it's an orange blossom scent with lots of musk.
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Basically the upgrade to El Capitan has been hell of pain in the ass because no one knows how to say Spanish words be like "I'm trying to upgrade to Al Chaychoocho you got a Mac can you help me?" And I'm like "Wha?"
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It has rained every day for weeks now. It's insane. Everything is just perpetually dank. My poor son hasn't had a soccer game or practice in literally weeks, because God forbid we let everyone's precious snowflake get muddy. That would be too much fun!

Speaking of my son, I got short with him this morning. He was misbehaving and needed to be corrected, but I was already frustrated with this morning and let that annoyance push me to be harsher than was warranted. I always feel shitty when I do that.

All of the stupid bullshit at work has gotten to the point where my job has gone from one I enjoyed to one that leaves me with that oh-shit-it's-Monday-again feeling in the pit of my stomach. I dread coming in, and I've now been assigned so much work from empty positions (that no one is even trying to fill) that I'm having trouble doing my own work.

I walked into my office this morning to discover that some sort of issue with the HVAC has a fan running so noisily that it's shaking the light fixture, and I have to very nearly yell to be heard from the doorway. This is only affecting my office.

And it's not even fucking noon on Monday.
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Dreading going to work is such a terrible feeling. Solidarity, brother.
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Its ok G, we got ya here. Let those emotions go!

I always feel terrible after yelling at my kids, until I remember my parents and how they dealt with me (not terribly great) Sometimes you just gotta do it or else they'll turn into something you dread more.
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It has rained every day for weeks now. It's insane. Everything is just perpetually dank. My poor son hasn't had a soccer game or practice in literally weeks, because God forbid we let everyone's precious snowflake get muddy. That would be too much fun!

Speaking of my son, I got short with him this morning. He was misbehaving and needed to be corrected, but I was already frustrated with this morning and let that annoyance push me to be harsher than was warranted. I always feel shitty when I do that.

All of the stupid bullshit at work has gotten to the point where my job has gone from one I enjoyed to one that leaves me with that oh-shit-it's-Monday-again feeling in the pit of my stomach. I dread coming in, and I've now been assigned so much work from empty positions (that no one is even trying to fill) that I'm having trouble doing my own work.

I walked into my office this morning to discover that some sort of issue with the HVAC has a fan running so noisily that it's shaking the light fixture, and I have to very nearly yell to be heard from the doorway. This is only affecting my office.

And it's not even fucking noon on Monday.

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Dreading going to work is such a terrible feeling. Solidarity, brother.

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It's seriously miserable, and the fact that this is a result of ineptitude in the new management, rather than the job being intrinsically terrible, actually makes it worse.
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Its ok G, we got ya here. Let those emotions go!

I always feel terrible after yelling at my kids, until I remember my parents and how they dealt with me (not terribly great) Sometimes you just gotta do it or else they'll turn into something you dread more.

Haha. According to my wife, you've seen 50% of my emotions already today. I'm either happy or angry.

It does feel good to vent, though.

Yeah, I hate yelling. There was too much of it in my house when I was a kid, and I do my best to minimize it as a parent. For a long time, I thought we'd actually end up being one of those houses where no one yells. Problem is, sometimes it's the only thing that gets through to my son, so occasionally there's no alternative for making a point. So I yell, he straightens up, but I end up feeling bad about it.

Agree 100% on the necessity of discipline, though. I know I'm not perfect, but I'm doing a lot better than parents who let their kids run amok. Better to raise my voice every now and then than to have kids who get away with everything.
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I'll stand in solidarity with you, G.  My job has sucked super hard lately too.  I haven't even been here a year, and I'm already looking.  I had a well known company reach out to me for a job on LinkedIn, but it wasn't quite right, but it flipped a switch in my brain.

 

In my last job, at least I had coworkers I really liked and would hang out with.

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