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post #17566 of 20218
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Originally Posted by James1051 View Post

I guess I'm oblivious, but I never saw any complaints about the the huddler site.
The switch back to the old is not being greeted with universal acclaim. See the Welcome Home thread.
Oh well, at the end of the day, the strength of the site is its regular readers & posters. If that remains unchanged, the rest is just window dressing.

What do you guys like as a tobacco fragrance? I thought Feuilles de Tabac was pretty good, but FT left me scratching my head (and holding my nose a bit).

I don't think the issue was with the forum itself, rather the rest of the changes. The Reviews, the Directory, etc... my only bitch about BN before/now is how slow it is.
post #17567 of 20218
Definitely not ever wearing Axe: http://gawker.com/noxious-odor-that-shut-down-school-turns-out-to-be-ax-1456318265
post #17568 of 20218
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post

Grey Flannel

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post #17569 of 20218

wearing Creed Aventus today yet the ladies aren't dropping their panties.,,like this was hyped or something...

post #17570 of 20218
Tom of Finland
post #17571 of 20218
Egoiste today.
post #17572 of 20218
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Originally Posted by donjuan17 View Post

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You don't like it, the Grey Flannel? I really liked the way evolved that day, made me realize I need to wear it more often.
post #17573 of 20218
Yesterday Antico Caruso. Another terrific barbershop scent.
Today, court, so it's eau naturelle.
post #17574 of 20218
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

Egoiste today.

Ha, finally! Like it?
post #17575 of 20218
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

Chanel-like construction.

Wut's this mean?

It has this smell to me that shares a resemblance with all the vintage Chanel that I've tried (like No 19, No 5) and then the newer Cuir de Russie. Now, Chanel is first and foremost defined by the use of aldehydes, so I'm stretching it and probably being misleading to some people who think "Chanel-like construction" means aldehydes.

Earlier in this thread I made a comment about Eau de Tommi Sooni II where I compared it to Guerlain fragrances in regards to the structure or classic backbone of that house's fragrances. I think Tommi Sooni has done a good job creating fragrances that have a classic smell to them, with two classic houses to provided inspiration without him flat-out copying them like so many plagiarizations today. The classic backbone to Guerlain is easier to define and has been discussed for decades as the "Guerlainade" structure - this one is easier to define compared to the Chanel, for me, because others with a better nose have picked it apart already.
post #17576 of 20218
George Sand
post #17577 of 20218
Today: Tuscan Leather.
post #17578 of 20218
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post

You don't like it, the Grey Flannel? I really liked the way evolved that day, made me realize I need to wear it more often.

It smells like a withering old man.
post #17579 of 20218
Go big or go home: Amouage Interlude tonight.
post #17580 of 20218
Giving my Bamboo Harmony sample a run today. Doesn't last the distance. I've entered into a month-long sample challenge, so there could be some odd thing in the next few weeks.

Had another good day in the op shops: highlights were 75ml of Young Sexy Lady for $5 and a mini of Orange Verte shower gel for 50 cents.
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