If you could only wear one fragrance for the rest of your life, what would it be?

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    Lacoste!!!
     


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    Equipage or Bel Ami by Hermes
     


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    Guerlain Jicky in the parfum concentration. I'd stink soooooo good.
     


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    Erm...maybe Tom Ford for men.

    My father has and always will wear excessive amounts of Preferred Stock.
     


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    Erm...maybe Tom Ford for men.

    My father has and always will wear excessive amounts of Preferred Stock.


    Did you try the "Extreme" version of this? They are quite different fragrances, but I found the regular "for men" a little too muted. I enjoyed his Black Orchid and White Patchouli much better.

    Extreme, though, is a different animal entirely. Quite dark and brooding and hunky.
     


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    I'm pretty happy with Penhaligon's Blenheim Bouquet. [​IMG]
     


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    do women really go for the smells? I tend to like a phermone instead.
     


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    Christian Dior Eau Savage- I have been wearing it for 25 years
     


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    do women really go for the smells? I tend to like a phermone instead.

    wut
     


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    Sorry to break it to you, but phermones don't work on humans.
     


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    Sorry to break it to you, but phermones don't work on humans.
    True, but it no doubt works better on women than does his dancing.
    Christian Dior Eau Savage- I have been wearing it for 25 years
    Good choice; a classic that never goes out of style.
     


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