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LAST THREAD >>13135030
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BBC perfume documentary (part 1 of 3):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=annRzLYrRwM
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general info
http://fragrance.org/intelligence/knowledge-center/
http://perfumesociety.org/discover-perfume/an-introduction/
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various fragrance communities/review sites/blogs
http://www.fragrantica.com/
http://www.basenotes.net/
http://www.parfumo.net/
http://www.nstperfume.com/
http://www.boisdejasmin.com/
http://www.kafkaesqueblog.com
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w2c samples
http://www.luckyscent.com/
http://www.theperfumedcourt.com/
http://www.surrendertochance.com/
http://www.perfumista.co.uk/
http://www.ausliebezumduft.de/fragrances.html
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on DIY fragrances
http://www.perfumersapprentice.com/
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>>13144491
Eros and Invictus ended being the best fragances
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Where i should apply fragrance? On neck and wrists?
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>>13144541
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unobJ9zXicg
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Thoughts on this as opposed to La Nuit?

Ive enjoyed la nuit but didn't buy because performance could have been better. This has a pretty damn solid performance in my skin, so I was thinking of copping.
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Thoughts on Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille? My dad had it and I loved it. I'm a student poorfag so I'm not wether or not I should spend £150 on 50ml perfume.
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>>13144541
Neck and wrists are a female thing, neck because they want to be kissed there. That being said I did it like that for years. I do chest and forearms,
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>>13144541
Pic related if shirt or jersey and same spots+forearm if you are wearing tshirt or similar
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>>13144563
Just buy decanters for like 20 bucks. Check out Perfumedcourt or Surrender to chance
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Any thoughts on this? I got it for my birthday, but I don't wanna open it until I finish the one I'm using now.
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>>13144576
Did you just say you don't want to open a new cologne because you want to wait until you finish the old one? thats not how cologne works, you should have different colognes for different occasions and Invictus is good for going to frat parties.
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>>13144563
Someone here said CK One Shock is like TV with more tobacco and less vanilla.
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>>13144563

You should check out Tabac Rouge Phadeon. It is quite similar to Tobacco Vanille but lighter and more suitable for daytime use. And a lot cheaper.
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>>13144579
I guess I'm just autistically averse to new things.

Does that mean it's good?
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>>13144581
It might have been me. It's definitely a good well-blended tobacco scent advertised as a HS kid scent
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>>13144588
Depends, are you a young entrepreneur?
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>>13144573
so only neck if i'm wearing sweater?
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>>13144627
Yes, because clothes cover much the rest of your body, and applying under clothes is pointless. Behind the ear is another place which I have read that is good

>>13144576
Invictus and Eros are some of the most sophisticated fragances out there, used a lot by young entrepreneurs such as Elon Musk and Zuckerberg
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>>13144588
just hear what the lovely Sophie has to say about this mature and sophisticated entrepreneurial scent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_l3XmeWfvxs&feature=youtu.be&t=8m27s
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>>13144647
so /invictus and eros/ is a new /sauvage/ ?
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>>13144703
No, Sauvage is not even close to the real deal, it's what thirsty teenagers grasp for in hope of getting some pity fucks. Invictus and Eros are carefully crafted masterpieces appreciated by true entrepreneurs, who get all the prime pussy
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Find a flaw
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>>13144738

(((You)))
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>>13144738

Also Veramoss and not actual oakmoss.
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>>13144738
It’s not layered with Eros.
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>>13144738
Paco Rabanne truly is the greatest perfume house in the world. They employed not one, not two, not three, but four master perfumers to give birth to this beauty!
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>>13144738
What's this, Sauvage?
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Why the fuck hasn't Eros gotten a single flanker yet with its success?
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>>13144738
>aqua notes
>lemon
>orange
>patchouli

What is this, every male scent in existence?
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>>13144777
Full dubs speak truth
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I actually haven't smelled Invictus before what's it like and why is Invictus Aqua so much more highly regarded?
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>>13144792
They know it won't live up to the original. Only once in every 100 years a perfumer messiah descends upon our mortal realm to deliver us a new nectar of the gods
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KG1GI7QtRE
So there's like a Danish fan made commercial for Eros. Discuss.
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>>13144815
It smells good, as simple as that. Aqua is more highly regarded because is stronger with ambergris

>>13144853
blacked
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>>13144738
fucking kek
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Is Tom ford beard oil worth it or are non fragrance based products better? Any recommendations?
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>started wearing my first adult cologne
>never got any compliments or anything but I still like it
>wore it to work yesterday
>manager told me it makes her nauseous
how do I deal with this
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>>13145115
Well what was it
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>>13145121
dylan blue
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>>13145115
Get Sauvage, Invictus, or Eros. Preferably you could layer all three in that order starting with Sauvage as a base.
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>>13145128

I tought you said adult cologne
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>>13145165
fuck you I bought it on recommendation from /frag/
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>>13145115
>manager told me it makes her nauseous
Well, you should be realistic and discard it. On the bright side, you now have an opinionated and straightforward judge in your fragrances to test on
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>>13145169


frag is full of teenagers. what do you expect. you literally picked a club fragrance to go to work with. also don't pick anything from >>13145163


Here;s what I would pick for work: armaf tres nuit, bleu de chanel, tom ford grey vetiver
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okay bastards
give me something aquatic-y that I can wear daily in florida heat without being overwhelming
preferably something I won't be bullied for buying
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>>13145186
Step off the HATE-TRAIN for 1 sec, EROS is surprisingly smooth & calming. This is because EROS smell like 【Lemony Mint Vanilla Bomb】which make it a great Aromatic Therapy for stress relief:

【MINT】relieve stress, anxiety, pain, raise alertness, increase energy, and even improved memory

【VANILLA】calming, soothing, sedative effect on brain Vanilla not only reduce social-anxiety, but it is also a proven spirit-lifting【Anti-Depressant】Lastly, Vanilla like chocolate is an Aphrodisiac that stirs sexual desires EROS is a great DATE/SEX Scent for watching Netflix on the couch w/your partner. Its smooth calming quality relax your partner into romantic sex.

You can HATE the Versace the Brand, or HATE Eros Homo-Erotic marketing, but you cannot DENY EROS is a Minty Vanilla with heavy dose of aromatic therapy

【EROS is OverHype as Club King】 Due to its Calming tranquil qualities, EROS lack the "ATTITUDE" of PB INVICTUS or 1 Million. Eros can't compete against Armani Code Profumo in Projection nor Longevity. It'll work in club, but not the best. Eros perform the same as reformulated JPG Le Male

I EROS but for an entirely different set of reasons: • EROS is loud enough for clubbing, but also • EROS is also Calm (relaxing) enough for working • EROS is romatic for dating, and • EROS is relaxing enough for aromatic therapy • EROS MINT give it a Summer Freshness • EROS VANILLA give it Strength to in Fall & Winter • EROS = 10/10 in all season VERSATILITY

EROS has no Weakness, other than a poorly conceive marketing as a Club scent. People jump on the HATE Train without discovering its Theraputic qualities.

EROS is actually better on【Older Mature People】 Its soothing, calming, qualities give it a vibe of a Mature Confident Man (who doesn't need to prove).

Younger Men might be better off with Paco Rabanne Invectus / 1 Million / Black XS, PB Frag have serious ATTITUDE that makes you STAND OUT in clubs.
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>>13145169
a-anon, I know it will hurt but listen up: Dylan Blue is something like the homosex equivalent of sauvage: it works fine, it's just that women are not its target audience. versace was pretty open about it in their marketing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtwviGsGFxg
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>>13145200
>I have bad taste in frags and I'm gay now too
it just keeps getting worse
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>>13145200
lmao
Also isn't the guy at 00:43 is an mma fighter
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>>13145189
This dude’s reviews are gold.

Fragrantica has the best spergs.
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I dont get this frag stuff... i have laying around about 100 different decants and there are only around 5 frags which i would really wear on a daily basis, because i actually like them and also other people may like them.
all the other 95 are crap. like all the oud fragrances, oud is cancer. all strong musky scents - cancer. grey vetiver could be really nice but they have to ruin it with ugly musk... come on..
my favs are sauvage(i love the ambroxan, 5-6 days of wearing and you only smell cheap synthetic crap),
french lover(some find it scary, i like it very much),
bleu de chanel(boring but ok),
roja enigma ph (im digging the cola note - awesome but i cant wear it because im young looking and $$$),
dior homme intense (but i dress sporty, doesnt fit me most times),
ysl body kouros (wearing it only at home, doesnt fit me actually, im white and not arabian or something like that)

not favs
mugler stuff - ugly sweet
other malle frags - most animalic, i hate animalic, smells like old ladys
nasomatto - black afghano nice scent but i dont want to smell like im carrying pounds of weed (blaze it fegget)
chanel allure frags - to much aldehydes and only smells nice when not youself, but someone else is wearing it
chanel platinum - old men drydown, otherwise great
encre noire - SPINACH i dont want to smell like popeye
terre de hermes - OK, gf doesnt like it at all fuck you
le male - synthetic mess
1 million - "
eros - "
acqua di gio ph - not good
adg profumo - bit to orientalic
d&g the one - shit performance smells just OK
ysl la nuit - very nice frag but i feel like a teenager wearing it
succus - sometimes its fun to wear it, but gets annoying very quick
eau de narcisse - i love iris, but its androgyn and others say i smell like women
vetiver frags - for men in their 40s i think
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>>13145214
Alan Jouban, yeah. He has a modeling contract with Versace.
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>>13145201
well, it doesn't make you actually gay in the same way how cross-dressing wouldn't make you an actual woman so... anyway, normies don't give a damn about fragrances. just buy sauvage or the much better lalique l'insoumis when you run out of dylan blue. y-you didn't buy the 3.4oz bottle, did you?
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What's the most /fa/ drink, and why is it white tea?
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>>13145230
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>>13145232
civet coffee
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>>13145232
>jasmine pearls
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>>13145221
I felt the same way about vetiver for a while but now it's my favorite frag note.

Tastes change and mature anon so keep that in mind.
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>>13145232
It's 4Loko
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What's the purest patchouli scent?

Second question, might be the same as the first, what's the nicest scent heavy on patchouli?
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>>13145394
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
I prefer NOS desu.
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>>13145394
Also, not a StarCuccs cuppu?
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Tried Hugo Boss Man yesterday, I like the crisp and fresh scent as opposed to overly sweet fragrances. Any feedback on it?
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Are wh*te women even /fa/ anymore
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>>13145450
Nazis are /fa/ so it's probably good.
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>>13145189
Personally I thought Eros was a meme fragrance, I flash in the pan that would disappear

Fave scent that vanished: CK Encounter. Perhaps because it lasted 27 seconds before skin smell
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>>13145472
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>>13145232
gonna have to agree with you mate.
maybe silver needle jasmine to be exact
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>>13145494
Mah nigga
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>>13145450
I recall nothing of HB except that it was plain.
There's like 11 variants, have you tried those?
https://www.fragrantica.com/perfume/Hugo-Boss/Hugo-Urban-Journey-48091.html
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Just ordered this, did I fuck my self?
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Apparently the global fragrance market is worth like 100 bil annually and has 95% profit margins
Good goyim
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>>13144491
Is this a good fragrance for a real masculine scent?
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>>13144738
I can't buy a 50gal drum of it.
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>>13144491
Just got some Prada Luna Rossa Sport. How did I do?
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>>13145188
New YSL called Y
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Apparently the newest bottles of Le Male are no longer cucked by reformulations, can anyone confirm?
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>>13145635
I tried a sample of le male and it was awful. It just doesn't work for me or maybe it was the formula.
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>>13145097
No reason to get scented beard oil
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What are you top 5 winter frags bros?
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>>13145772
La Yuqawam Homme, Ultra Male, DHI, DHP, Fahrenheit le Parfum
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>>13145772
Spicebomb
Indonesian Oud
Shock
DHI
Uomo Intense
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>>13145472

It's gonna be comfy af if we end up with /fapol/ on April 1st
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>>13145772
Eros
Invictus
1 Million
Eros+Invictus (layered)
Eros+Invictus+1 Million (layered)
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Can get either of these two soon - TF Oud Wood or TF Tobbaco Oud which is best of them and why?
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>>13145838
Which do you like the smell of more:

A) tobacco
Or
B) wood

If a, then buy tobacco oud and if b then buy oud wood.
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What's a good fragrance to wear in humid weather?
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>>13145901
Anything citrus-based and light
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>>13145189
what
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>>13145811
make that happen they are my 2 main boards
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>>13145915
Should I step out with some Dior Homme Eau? it's going to be 60% tomorrow with 75% humidity.
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>>13145935
60 degrees*

lel
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>>13145394
s i p b o i s
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*Blocks your path*
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>>13145811
>>13145923
pol is autist garbage
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wtf I love Eros now
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Hey guys, I'm a 23 year old entrepreneur. I have a meeting with some potential investors tomorrow. What should I wear? My grandpa is a successful entrepreneur and he suggested Green Irish Tweed. Should I go with that?
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new here, can anyone recommend me something. 19 year old college student $150 budget
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>>13146082
Are you new here, or to fragrances in general? Are you looking for one expensive frag, or 2-3 less-expensive frags?

If you asked me what's one good all-rounder to have I'd personally recommend Creed's Millesime Imperial. I've got a ton of frags and it's the only one I absolutely love that is ALSO loved by others. People often complain about the performance but I don't think it's bad at all, considering it isn't a club frag. 3 sprays lasts me an 8 hour workday and I still get compliments on it when I go to uni afterwards for research. It's not very popular (at least in my area) so that's another plus, since you don't want to smell like every other guy out there. Anyway, it's like $150 on Notino.

There are also the meme frags like Sauvage, BDC, Dylan Blue, etc. that are pretty well-received among normies, too, but I don't like the way they smell, and if I don't like it I'm not gonna wear it no matter how much others like it (this is why I love MI).
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>>13146135
new in fragrances. Im looking just for one(poor medstudent) I can wear and go to school with.
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>>13145974
those guys belong on r/the_donald not /pol/
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>>13146082
just
go out
leave the house
and sniff things
people here have no way of discerning what you might like
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>>13145609
Only vintage
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>>13146082
Dior Homme
Eau de Guerlain
1725
La Yuqawam
Chergui (discounted everywhere online)

Creed is way too overpriced.
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>>13146030
Can't go wrong with GIT.
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>>13146148
150 bucks is a generous budget, problem is we don't know anything about your preferences. your age doesn't make it easier, high school fragrances are not appropriate anymore, more mature fragrances are not yet appropriate. anyway,.give these Laliques a try (as in smell them or buy samples before buying, do not blind buy), I'd generally recommend them for a 25+ guy but a medstudent can probably pull them off and they'll age well with you. all are high quality, all are school/office safe, all will go relatively well with a smart casual or formal attire, all smell more expensive than they are, all can be had between 30 and 50 dollars:
Encre Noire Sport (Spring-Summer-gentle Fall)
Hommage a L'Homme Voyageur (Spring-Fall)
L'Insoumis (Fall-Winter)
White (Spring-Summer)
Please notice that these are not ideal for casual occasions (clubbing, hanging out with friends in jeans and a t-shirt) and not a single scent will fit every season and consider buying accordingly.
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Ok so I am half agreeing with the guy that sperged about people even breathing the word "reformulation", for some keks I checked out Aventus reviews. One guys is all like "oh theres no more ambergris apparently), NIBBA there was never any. It's true that over time they probably watered it down so longevity is effected, but I don't get why people see it as a holy grail, it never had ingredients like that, it was always ambroxan. He also mentions batch variations aren't a thing. Well back in the day all they did was purposely change the levels of the fruity accord or birch wood accord, because that helps the guise of "oh well when using natural products, batch variations are commonplace", which is true. But obviously this is Creed Marketing, so no.

Overall I think that reforms do happen when companies want to cheapen stuff after it reaches a certain level of exposure, but its just hilarious to see people cry about it like the frag or Creed for that matter had "KWALITY" ingredients in the first place, well to me they atleast used a decent musk/ambrette replacement.

I'm not going to do what the sperg did and say "hurr you guise no nuffin", but it's true that some people out there just regurgitate marketing and don't really have reference points for certain ingredients.
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>>13144585
Thanks lads gonna check these out. To be fair if Tom Ford is 50 ml and let’s say there’s 15 sprays in each ml, that would be 750 days of use which is unrealistic since you’re not gonna use it every day. So maybe for £150 something that’ll last me 2.5 - 3 years is not that bad.
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>>13146457
Batch code autism is legitimately entertaining but Creed is
a) a company that consistently lies about its heritage
b) a company that is unable to make a consistent product in its professed field of expertise.
Realistically speaking 99% of the so-called niche parfumery industry is a shitmix of overblown egos, grandiose bullshit claims, marketing gimmicks and outright bizzare-laughable concepts, all to get rich off the delusions of luxury as imagined by strictly middle class folks.
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>2018
>wearing GIT, Aventus, Terre d'Hermes, Fahrenheit, Platinum Egoiste or other oldfag fragrances to work
>not wearing Invictus Eros, or S A U V A G E

It's like you don't even want to bang the secretary
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>>13146499
Hear, hear. The more people who understand that Creed is ripping them off and blatantly lying through their teeth to their very own customers, the better. This is despite the alleged """"quality"""" of their fragrances (I can name thirty other houses that beat it quality and price wise at once). For those who insist that they buy it for the perfume and choose not to judge it on their fake history; I could never willingly act the fool and shell out huge sums of cash to someone who treats you like a fool. It's embarrassing even to admit you use creed
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What's a good alternative to Midnight in Paris?
Looking for something dark
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I like Eros but its a bit too "on the prowl" if you know what I mean

What's a more subdued version of it?
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How do you feel about this scent? I got a bunch of free samplers, and really fell in love with this one. Does it stand out too much? I just want to smell good, not draw attention with a weird odor.

I'm 27 for what that matters.
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>>13146163
No, I know a bunch of /pol/ fags, they all look and act like that. Sorry to tell you, but your board is owned by autists now.
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>>13146693
>>13146683
Invictus or Sauvage
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anyone else use blue jeans man?
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been wanting a new alternative for about 2 years now after constant wear through seasons. im honestly passionately in love with this fragrance, it is my all time favorite, but its time to admit it doesnt last longer than 4 hours and its projection is honestly intended for intimacy. i NEED a stronger alternative but can also be kinda different as i am also admittedly looking for some change. pleeeaaase help
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>>13145982
went through that phase, shortly followed by luna rossa sport

both are legends in my heart, nice choice
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Jesus christ check out this Mr Sillage reviewer. It's like DSP, SoFloAntonio (with a little bit of Asian) and a random "brodude" had a buttchild. Grainy camera, check. Dumb music in the background, check. Living fragrantica note list reader, check.

Why are there so many KWALITY reviewers guys?
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>not suggesting sauvage
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This is honestly a great fragrance for the price. The tobacco, patch, and citrus are all extremely rich and the price is killer for the performance. Maybe it isn't an extremely sexy scent, or a monster performer, but I have no qualms picking it up.

I love tobacco frags though so I'm biased.
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>>13146735
they must be regulars of the trump general because nobody gives a shit about autistic kekistanis
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Versace Eros or Gucci Guilty?
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What would be a good fragrance for a 19 year old without a huge budget? I really like the scent of generic soap and sandalwood. Preferably something that stays close to the skin as I don't like drawing too much attention.
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>>13147238
Perfect layering for ((You))
Tam Dao edt graymarket + Simple soap + Cum
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>>13147238
Prada Amber Pour Homme smells like a really nice bar of soup to me.
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>>13147238
https://www.amazon.es/Armaf-Tres-Nuit-Homme-Toilette/dp/B00NQGPPW8
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Is Sauvage actually a bad choice? Like for an average guy in his 20s that isn't overly self-conscious and just wants to smell good consistently without something unique?
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>>13147364
Its good enough, and will give you pussy
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>>13147364
Not really, it’s a solid, if somewhat generic scent. Fragheads hate it, pretty much everyone else will like it.
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Fragrance are gross and cause cancer. Just wash and stay clean and hydrated.
Natural pheromones will make you more appealing than any perfume ever could and that's a fact.
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>>13147375
I doubt that cuz I'm still ugly but smelling better is a step in the right direction

>>13147378
I tried a sample and liked it but when I was looking it up it seemed like a lot of people shit on it for being generic
guess I'll order some and then see where it takes me
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>>13147382
>varg.jpg
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>>13147382
Dude, shut the fuck up, Caleb.
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>>13147395
>>13147411
Calling me names doesn't make it any less true.
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>>13147382
Do you have any proof whatsoever for your cancer claim
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Is it as good as they say? Will it do a MiP when it gets discontinued/reformulated?
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>>13147430
Of course he doesn’t. He’ll post. Some article about how skin is permeable and fragrances have all sorts of carcinogens that get into your body and cause cancer and the like. A cursory google search will show that this is bullshit, but he’ll stick to it like a dog with a bone.
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>>13147415
It only works for very confident guys because of high test. however shy males produce a lot of cortisol and that changes natural body scent.
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>>13147430
Here's the 3999 most commonly used molecules in the industry published by the international fragrance association.

http://www.ifraorg.org/Upload/Docs/Transparency%20list.pdf

Feel free to look the up for yourself. The third on the list is styrene, a known cancerous chemical. At least four are hormone-disrupting ingredients linked to a range of health effects including sperm damage, thyroid disruption, and cancer

here, look for what you use and for alternatives if you wish:
http://www.ewg.org/skindeep/browse.php?maincat=skin+care+%28fragrance%29
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Any alternatives to Fierce with a citrus and fir dominance?
Considering getting a sample but don't like the idea of a £80 bottle...
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>>13147458

Ok then, but get this, its fragrance. Most people here are concerned with fine fragrance, different from functional fragrances such as detergents. That list comprises of both fine and functional fragrance molecules, news flash, the molecule companies also make detergents and cleaning products that require smell (shocker)! Although some molecules are used in floor cleaner and sometimes fine fragrances, e.g. Iso E Super, Alpha iso methyl ionone, not every molecule on that list will be used in fine fragrance. If you can find an example of someone using Styrene even in a bog standard commercial designer perfume, then you can lord it over /fa/.
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>>13147458
t. Smelly virgin hippie scum

Seriously get a fucking life you coward. Coffee contains carcinogens. People drink it because fuck being a scared little bitch.
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>>13147579
This. Fucking everything contains carcinogens.
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>>13147458

Ok idk if you are serious or not but I'll bite, here goes.

This right here is a 60's batch of Bal a Versailles parfum. When it came it was factory sealed with the pretty little silk rope, so all the poison is as perfectly preserved as can be. It was reformed in the 70's due to the concentration of certain ingredients being at toxic levels. On top of being apparently poisonous it also contains unethical ingredients (depending on outlook); Musk (from the Tonkin area of Vietnam), Nitro musk to reinforce the natural musk (nitro musks have been banned for decades now or heavily restricted), Civet (which can be ethically harvested but CITES is funny about it), Castoreum (Ditto), and Ambergris (it isn't unethical and technically a byproduct of the Whale but certain people find it "problematic"). There are also floral absolutes in this, Jasmine with benzyl levels that IFRA don't allow more than a few drops at most in fragrances today, Three different types of rose absolute that again are hated by IFRA due to a couple of chemical components. A slither of oakmoss as well for good measure, again restricted today. There are many components of this fragrance that were restricted in recent times.

Ironically IFRA are still dogpiled for ignoring "concerning" chemicals, and I will agree with you that there is something shady going on, money changing hands potentially, but hey its the EU. If you feel strong about this then theres nothing wrong with that, its just that whatever argument you put on will most likely fall on deaf ears. Frankly I am more pissed at oakmoss getting restricted than I am IFRA being shady about a molecule related to plastic. Plus there might be people that hold a position directly opposite to you, and more likely than not you won't sway them.

It would be like someone trying to tell me not to wear this because of unethical ingredient x, or restricted ingredient y that is IFRA restricted. Could we tradeoff Oakmoss for Styrene restriction wise?
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>>13147579
exactly, most things are already bad for you, so why spray you system with more avoidable expensive frivolous synthetic ones on top of it?
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rec me something that smells like rugged men in italian suits with high powered handguns
rec me what james bond smells like
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Looking for a cheapie for casual and night time in the summer
Cool Water Night Dive, Tommy or Versace PH?
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>>13147652
You’re not drinking it, retard. Do you think you can get fat by rubbing butter on your arm?
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>>13147654
>rec me what james bond smells like
Why is this question asked 10 times every thread? Why is /frag/ obsessed about what a fictional Ian Fleming character smells like?
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>>13147654
>>13147806
I think it's actually Gray Flannel by whoever.
One of the books says what he actually wears. I'm too lazy to look it up

>t. slacker
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>>13147806
Because cringey fedoralords think smelling like James Bond will get them a m’lady.
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>>13147719
>I'm not gay unless I put it in my mouth
the post
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>>13147654
It's called Bond and the bottle comes with a bow tie. It's also among the most powerful and long lasting men's perfumes available. I don't know what more you want.
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I've been looking for a niche summer fragrance.
Currently hesitating between Bergamote 22, Reflection Man and Millesime Imperial.
Which one should I go for? Any other suggestions?
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>>13147920
All 3 work if you're over 35
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>>13147938
>over 35
What makes you say that?
I have samples of all 3 and none of them smell particularly mature to me.
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>>13147920
Millisime seems more hot summer to me and Reflection cooler summer so depends where you live. I prefer Reflection over MI and from Creed I prefer SMW over MI or maybe Aventus. Bergamote 22 haven't smellt. I dont really like most summer/citrus fragrances but Xerjoff Nio and Mefisto(SMW+more creamy citrus imo) I've tried and they seem nice.
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Is the original Dior Homme light enough to be worn almost all year round? But heavy enough to project in the cold?
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>>13147975
I personally hate SMW, something about it rubs me the wrong way.
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Thoughts?
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>>13148217
Both good fragrances, but it's redundant to own both

Personally I think DHI is much better but VUI is probably more mass-pleasing
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>>13147993
Don't wear it in the summer, otherwise yes
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>>13148227
Why do you think DHI is better? In what way?
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>>13148255
It is a higher quality, more natural smelling, and more experimental scent.
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>>13148260
Isn't there another flanker of Valentino Uomo? noir or something?
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>>13146559
You're acting like Creed can't be purchased for a fraction of the price on the gray market.
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What does /fg/ think of John Varvatos fragrances? Their Artisan and Vintage cologne in particular
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Anyone else wear a bandolier filled with atomizers? I can't be the only one that does this right?
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>>13148502
Good smells, shit longevity
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>>13148304
>the "I didn't read the post" post
Regardless of the price, would you want to be a paying customer to a house which takes you for a fool? Would you want to be associated with those being hoodwinked into believing their lies? Be a customer of a house that fakes it's history for some prestige among the nouveau riche (and is a fact widely known in the fragrance community)? I wouldn't.
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>>13148558
are you also homeless and selling piss in tiny vials on the train to make enough money to buy crack?
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>>13146704
honestly, if you like it, just wear it. if it makes you feel good and confident, go for it.
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>2018
>actually spending money on fragrances instead of going to sephora and getting an assload of free samples every month
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>>13147238
>without a huge budget
>sandalwood

You're fucked.
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>>13148615
What do you mean by fake history? The only Creed frag I own is MI because I love it and there's nothing else that smells similar. Does that make me an asshole?
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>>13148653
Not at all, but if I didn't know you but I found out you wore Creed, I'd politely snicker to myself, thinking, "This guy actually buys from those master confidence tricksters! Poor guy- he thinks he's wearing a 17th century perfume made for Princess Eugenie etc etc."
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>>13148653
I think he was referring to Creed's (highly dubious) claims of being an ancient perfume house, if you weren't aware

http://www.basenotes.net/threads/261056-Where-are-all-the-Vintage-Creed-bottles

A highly entertaining and enlightening read
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>>13148686
I don't think anyone really gives a shit about the history of a fragrance. I think people like Creed because it makes you smell like a rich guy, or because they genuinely like the smell.
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>>13148686
I honestly didn't know/care about Creed's supposed history when I bought MI (for $135 on Notino using their super bowl coupon). I'm not sure anybody actually buys it for the history, rather they buy it because they like how it smells.
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>>13148694
>>13148720
Maybe one should write to the Creed marketing team; the removal of the dodgy claims would definitely be a change for the better.
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>>13146693
Maybe PdM Layton actually
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When daddy becomes a meme so you get baked and slap your face on a brand too. (Seriously though idk why but I always burst out laughing at this exact moment when the ad played)
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>>13147638

Hi Grandma!
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>>13148724
What exactly are their claims? I have 3 Creed frags (Aventus, MI and BdP). And I bought them because I sampled them and loved how they smelt on me.
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>>13149021
They say they've been around since 1760 and made fragrances for monarchs
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>>13149023
>>13148998
And not a single bottle, ad or drawing exists for perfumes from Creed before 1970. Compare with the profusion of fragrances from the great ancient houses of Guerlain, Coty, Lubin etc in popular culture, in ads, reviews and vintage bottles.
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>>13149023
>>13149031
Lol I had no idea. That's fucking embarrassing.
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>>13149031

The fanboys also say "oh thats just because they made them for select clientele and only went public in the 70-80s!!!"

Welp, Joy by Jean Patou was made for select private clientele at first, as well as BaV when it was known as Debutante De Versailles in different shaped crystal bottles for extremely select clientele, and you can still find pictures of the original bottles. So there's that BS out of the window lol.
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>>13149031
Speaking of Guerlain. What are some frags you recommend from them. I'm seriously expanding my somewhat weak collection and I have no frags from Guerlain. I plan to purchase Vetiver soon but what else?
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What are some good office-tier scents? Something that makes you smell clean, competent, professional and confident. All the stuff being released now are clubbing stuff or makes you smell like want2fuk too much.
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>>13149060
Prada L'homme
Prada Luna Rossa
Issey Miyake L'eau D'issey
GIT
Mont Blanc Legend
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What's the best scent to make me smell like a Stoner/doom metal fan that isn't weed?
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>>13149081

Beaufort Vi Et Armis.

Literally a cocktail of fags, booze and opiates,
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>>13149046
Vetiver is a great choice, I think it gives me a great run for my money being a versatile all-rounder.

L’Instant Pour Homme Eau Extreme is a brilliant and elegant spicy fragrance, with gorgeous sandalwood in a smoky composition.

I'm personally a sucker for vintage/older perfumes in the grand manner, despite most of them being marketed for women. Apres l'Ondee is a cheerful, morning impressionist blur of violets and dew- sublime. I honestly think that l'Heure bleue extrait is eminently wearable for men dressed to impress at a black tie event.

And don't get me started on Songe d'un bois d'ete. A magnificent fragrance of cumin, cloves, dry and dusty and outrageously spicy, tempered with dark roses. I try not to use the epithet, but it truly is the sexiest fragrance on earth. Heaven smells like this.
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>>13144491
Anything similar to this? I'd never drop 5 on cologne
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I'm a white guy tryna pull a black girl. She has one kid. What is the best fragrance to seduce her
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>>13149215
Rub yourself with wet $5 bills
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>>13149215

Tres Nuit because she won't have a clue what GIT or any upmarket frag smells like by comparison.

Alternatively could try and see how well Zoologist Elephant goes down, might be very familiar and homely.
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>>13148615
What are some othet house's worth looking into. In your opinion.
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>>13149215
Coco butter lotion and menthol cigarettes.
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Looks like we have a new sperg on our hands. Creedsperg? Historysperg?

Seriously, shut the fuck up dick. Maybe YOU'RE the chump if you're buying frags for the "history" instead of the smell. Imagine being this much of an autistic aspergers fuckshit retard.
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>>13149215
Don't take care of somebody's kid for fuck sake. She should be trying to get you not the othet way around. Have some self respect.
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>>13149215
Soyboi detected. Please make a trip so I can filter you, you fucking cuck.
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>>13149236
>Not wanting to smell like royalty
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>>13149236
I mean, kinda this desu. I bought my first Creed scents because I’d heard it was a good house (heard nothing about the history, just about the products), sampled a few liked them a lot, and decided to buy them. That’s it.

I give zero fucks about the supposed “history”. It’s advertising. All companies have bullshit they tell you to try to sell their products. You really think McDonalds uses “premium” beef in their “gourmet” burgers? I don’t give a shit, tastes amazing when I’m drunk. I don’t think “man, this restaurant is playing my dumb ass for a fool, tricking me into buying their shitty food with their slick advertising”, I think “goddamn, this is a tasty goddamn burger”. Same deal with Creed. I love MI, other people love it on me, I don’t give a fuck about the history.

It’s pretty autistic to assume that people buy Creed because of the brand’s history and judge people or assume others are judging them because of that.
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>>13149215

She'll go crazy for Shay & Blue Watermelons, even better if you can find a frag with prominent watermelon and grape notes.
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>>13149247
>Eating at McDonald's
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>>13149255
Michael Jordon 23?
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>>13149247
100% agree on this

>>13149257
>Not being Trump
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>>13149269

Top kek, yeah. I don't know how the fuck they got away with making that one when you read through the notes in it.

That or the memes are really true after all...
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>>13145609
maybe if you miss the 70's . I don't care for it.
>>13146030
haven't you read the thread? eros or invictus.

>>13146704
it's pretty good if old fashioned got a bottle myself.
>>13147238
could try any soapy stuff like prada amber, lhomme penhaligons castile,
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>>13149215
Black women get moist for expensive shit, but they don't know the fucking difference. All you have to do is put of Brut aftershave, and as long as you tell her it's some $400 niche frag she'll open bobs. Same goes for booze, get an empty Gray Goose bottle and fill it with the shittiest gin you can find, she'll think she's being treated lol.
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>>13147382
what doesn't cause cancer?
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>>13149217
>>13149225
>>13149230
>>13149238
>>13149238
>>13149240
>>13149255
Don't appreciate the subtle racism guys. Just because she black doesn't mean she is dumb or un sophisticated. She is probably one of the smartest girls I've ever met, has an awesome personality , and beautiful . All the hate problem stems from within all yourselves and your horrible crappy lives.
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>>13149230
this
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>>13149319
what a white knight
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>>13149319

Can't speak on the rest but don't doubt she's smart to bag such a clueless soyboy provider to pay for her niglet while she still carries on fucking Tyrone and Jamal on the side.
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Great thread so far. Post your SOTD lads.

Wearing this today. I love this one. It's a sweet and spicy scent, almost like a soda. Ridiculous performance for a pretty low price. Cannot recommend
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>>13149344
Cannot NOT recommend * haha fug
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>>13149344
Wearing DHI today

Pre - reformulation
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>>13149319
You started the racism by asking what a black girl would like. Why not ask what she would like without bringing race into it?
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>>13149344

TF Oud Wood.

I'm starting to go off it and regret not being Tobacco Oud instead now desu...
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>>13149319
Kek, this has to be satire. Nobody can truly be THIS beta.
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>>13149346
What was the original like? I have tried recent versions and quite enjoyed it, but just wondering if others were any different.
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>>13149344
PdM Habdan frorm a 10ml decant good shit, probably buying a full bottle when I can find it on sale somewhere.
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>>13149352
The one I have is a 2014 bottle with batch code 4T01. It lasts over 12 hours easily. So I sprayed it this morning at 7 am and right now, 5 hours later it smells like I practically just sprayed it. I'll be able to smell it until I go to bed (after I gym and shower) 11 hours from now.

Anyways I was gifted a new one and it's I'd say about half the performance. Still very good I guess.

I mean it makes sense since everyone is buying Sauvage. Why would Dior invest more than necessary in DH/DHI
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>>13149347

*mic drop*
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>>13149319
To be fair, the racism wasn’t very subtle.
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>>13149366

woooooooorldstar
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Chocolate Greedy interests me, especially as I love chocolate and cacao notes.
Is it worth sampling or is it too choco-milkshakey and feminine?
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>>13149347
Because I can understand there are cultural differences between races without being a f'ing racist.
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>>13149409
Okay and blacks enjoy the smell of cocoa butter more than whites. So don't let that offend you.
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>>13149409
I dunno, man. Wearing a scent specifically to attract black people seems like cultural appropriation. That’s their scent! White people cant smell like that!
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>>13149215
Amongst Waves
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>>13149411
This. I think he should wear a dahsiki and put his hair in cornrows when he asks her out too.
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I'm currently using retaW Natural Mystic body cream and fragrance tablets, I really like them.

But has anyone tried any of the other scents from retaW? Are they to be recommended?
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I own Terre D'Hermes, Aqva Amara, AHSSE and Versace Eau Fraiche but none of them are hitting the strong citrus notes I crave ( mainly orange, mandarin, clementine etc)

Any recs? Is invictus aqua any good?
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>>13149437
For clean, strong citrus, I'd recommend Acqua di Parma Blu Mediterraneo Capri. It's performance isn't the best though.
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Considering getting a sample of Eau Sauvage for a clean, hot summer day frag since L'eau D'Issey has a cat pee note when its super hot
Have I made a good choice?
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>>13149437

Montblanc Legend is pretty good with a crisp citrus edge.

Not sure about other suggestions, isn't really a group I anything else from.
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>>13149409

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>>13149437
https://www.fragrantica.com/perfume/Guerlain/L-Homme-Ideal-Cologne-30620.html
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Lads....

Acqua di Gio or Stronger With You ?
Both for men

Honestly can't decide AHHHHHHHHH
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>>13149344
Wearing my Oud Minerale sample today. I think it's appropriate for the hot Miami weather, and I really love the oceanic smell of it. I wish it would project a bit more though.
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>>13149516
Tom Ford Costa Azzurra
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>>13149350
Just curious if you or anybody else has smelled it but how does it compare to m7 or m7 absolu for that matter? I just know it was from that run Tom ford had at YSL so I kinda feel they might be similar
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>>13149215
anon, you’ll probably think I’m racist or even worse, a memester but: Kenzo Jungle. black ladies, latinas, SEA girls: Kenzo Jungle.
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Fuck all of you. I have to smell God awful perfumes and colognes at work and get the worst headache. STOP.
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>>13149646

SAMSARA
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>>13149653
>t. cuck
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>>13149679
AHHHHHHHHHHH
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>>13149653
Where do you work? *applies 37 sprays of Kouros*
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>>13149733

* *

Furfag
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>>13149736
Never heard of it. What do they sell?
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what would be the best frag to buy next?
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>>13149751
fuck, somehow it didn't include the file.
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>>13147445
I don't like it. I swapped mine away.
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>>13149756
sauvage
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>>13149756
Well, you have Eros, but no Invictus, so that. Also, ditch the TF and Creeds. They’re stuffy old man scents only fit for 40-50+ males.
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>>13149751

Eau De Noose Intense
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>>13149756
It could be worse, you could be vid related...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbSTaAYzsHQ
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>>13149482
Dont know about Eau Sauvage but I sold my Issey because of the piss note.
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>>13149756
cool collection
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>>13149811
The only reason I'll wear Issey in spring and early/late summer now sadly
I have CK Truth as an alternative for hot days and have been looking at Versace PH or Mugler Cologne as a rotation for say July and up to mid-August
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>>13144491
Le Male smells like irish spring on the spray and old cat pee on the dry down resulting in you smelling like a poor person who got peed on by cats the night before, how do you even stand it?
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Hey, does anyone know of any good vegan-friendly perfume companies?
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>>13149825
see
>>13149773
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>>13149857
I don’t get it? My bf told me a lot of perfumes have bits of chopped up whale in them, I don’t want to wear that!
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>>13149874

Technically bits of squid remains
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>>13149874
I think he's saying you should get a noose and hang yourself.
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>>13149825
Le Labo, Penhaligon's and DS & Durga don't test on animals, but they do use ingredients like musk or civet in creating scents.
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>>13149822
Same thing happens with Nautica Voyage
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House of Matriarch or maybe Slumberhouse
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Cherry Coke
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>>13149236
You sound mad

>Waah, w-we shouldn't judge the house for their own actions

Back to the Creed marketing department to you. That's why basenotes has a whole subforum (read: containment unit) for your Creed fanboys, for whom the house can do no wrong, kek
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>>13150065
No, the point wasn’t that we shouldn’t judge the house, it’s that we shouldn’t judge people who use their products because they probably don’t give a fuck about the silly marketing bullshit.

Not everyone’s autistic enough to care that people you buy shit from are maybe not 100% honest with us.
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>>13149229
A great long list.

Profumum Roma
MDCI
Neela Vermaire
L'Artisan Parfumeur
Serge Lutens
Amouage
Frederic Malle
Tauerville
Ormonde Jayne
CdG
Masque Milano
...

I cringe when people try to put Creed anywhere near the quality of these houses
>obnoxious fanbase
>frags overpriced by 1000%
>fake history
>trashy bottles with take Prince of Wales logo
How can a house go so wrong? They must be thriving off the buyer's regret phenomenon and count on fanboys to lash out at their mildest detractors
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>>13150065
>>13150093
Alright buddy, dial it back a little. You’re definitely coming up on sperg territory.
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>>13150076
>maybe not 100% honest with us
>being that much in denial, when you know you mean 210% snake oil salespeople

Give it to us straight, how much cash did you pour down the Creed(TM) gutter?
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>>13150076
>>13149236
A guy wants to elucidate you so that you don't come off as a fool to those in the know about the house and it's widely panned antics
>s-sperg!!
Not working this time, dude. Can't force a meme to save your skin kek
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>>13150114
Dude, shut the fuck up, Gary.
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>>13150123
I rest my case when no arguments can be made.

Stay away from Creed and you'll do fine, kiddo
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>>13150093
>>13150114
Holy shit he's surpassed the sperg event horizon!

Only faggots like Creedsperg give a shit about frag lore. If what Creed says isn't 100% true he can never fully commit to character when larping as a wall st businessman.
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>>13150295
Creedspergs have always existed since the beginning; they're the rabid fanboys like
>>13149236
I mean, look at him. It's embarrassing desu
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>>13150295
Stop trying to force another one of these stupid memes, you retard
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>>13149236
>I smell like Napoleon
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Alright lads, this thread has degenerated into chaos, so I'm glad it's almost over. Can we keep the autism out next time?

It was still worth a couple of laughs, notably this:
>>13149236
I've never seen someone so impotently mad with rage. Of course, it had to be a Creed fuccboi. Saving for the inevitable /frag/ folder.
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>>13150409
t. Creedsperg
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>>13149236
Someone's mad
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Reminder Noir de Noir is the only private blend worth getting. Let's go through the list:

Tuscan Leather: Cloned and improved by Rasasi La Yuqawam Homme. Better smell for less than half the price.
Tobacco Vanille: You will smell like a candle. A nice candle, but a candle nonetheless. Not worth $250.
Oud Wood: Fantastic smell, but only lasts for 5 hours at most. Again, not worth $250 with this kind of performance.
Tobacco Oud: Yikes. If it's your thing, go for it, I guess.
Neroli Portofino Collection: All last for 3 hours at most. Nice scents but absolutely not worth the price, like Oud Wood.
Everything else: who cares lol
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>>13150478
I kind of agree with you. TL IS improved with La Yuqawam- even then I don't reach for my bottle much as it's such a brash, sharp fragrance; difficult to pull off in ordinary situations.

Tobacco Vanille never did anything for me.

I really enjoy Venetian Bergamot, the creamiest most smooth holiday fragrance imaginable, but I'm certain something similar can be found for much less. I juts haven't found it yet. It also leans (too much?) feminine.

Amber absolute was great, but now I find it overwhelming, no matter how much you dab on. It screams like a diva and carries itself like a grand dame- too dramatic for me. Anyway, it's been obsoleted by my discovery of Ambra Aurea.

I haven't tried Noir de Noir but will do so.

The rest of them never appealed to me, and anyway the brand has gone to shite ever since they released Fucking Fabulous. That fragrance was already dead when they released it.
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>>13150477
HURRR I ONLY BUY FRAGS FROM ANCIENT HOUSES WITH THE DEEPEST LORE
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>>13150552
You must be acutely illiterate. That was the opposite point of what I was trying to make. I don't care about the prestige or bloodline of perfume houses. I love my Tauer perfumes as much as I do my Guerlains alongside my Lutens.

The only people who care about the "lore" of the house far too much is Creed, hence the lying. By association then, people who buy Creed are SEEN as those who are drawn in by their marketing and lies. This is regardless if they really do care about the fragrances themselves.
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>>13150558
Except I only have what Creeds I own because they were recommended by /frag/. I have never seen a single Creed advert, so you can shove that theory right up your urethra, brocephus.
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>>13150570
>By association then, people who buy Creed are SEEN as those who are drawn in by their marketing and lies

Iliterate.
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>>13150570
>I only have what Creeds I own because they were recommended by /frag/
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Daily reminder the only frags you need are Eros and Spicebomb
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>>13150575
>implying /frag/'s opinions are worthless
>on /frag/, asserting his opinion

KEK
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This fucking thread is such a shitshow, people are so caught up in the low tier meta jokes that it's just worthless to read /frag/ now, every genuine question is answered by smug bait. Another garbage maymay general.
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>>13150621
Don't worry, the next one will be better.
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>/frag/ is just getting worse and worse

Sauvage really was the tipping point wasn't it
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>>13150582
Not even trolling, Eros and Spicebomb are my most hated scents. I like that others can enjoy them but I couldn't pull them off and marvel that others can.

>>13149822
>Not liking le male
Bro

Saw CK One Summer at a local TJ Maxx. Cop or not
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>>13150633
I genuinely believe we could have a separate containment thread for Sauvageposters and Creedposters (like Basenotes) and have the quality of the thread greatly improved.
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>>13150651
It's probably only like 3 or 4 autists ruining the thread, too.
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What do you guys think about L'Eau de L'Artisan by L`Artisan Parfumeur? I've heard it's longevity sucks but I'm curious about your opinion.
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Forgot pic
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New thread:
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>>13150693
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>>13150651
It's literally the same 2 or 3 autistic guys trying to force a meme. Don't be retarded.
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>>13149319
I never said anything racist you cuck faggot. I said not to take care of another man's seed. I have fucked plenty of black chicks. In my opinion there the easiest women to get. Especially if your white. Just the very fact you have to ask what's the best cologne to get a woman to like you is so fucking pathetic. You have zero chances with a woman who should literally be throwing herself at anyone interested in a woman with a bastard son. Don't call yourself white, you're a fucking disgrace to my kind. Why don't you just resort to going with an asian woman like all the other white numale faggots do because that's the only way they can get laid is if a woman has some sort of weird western fetish. You're pathetic.
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>>13149191
Come on guy's im serious.




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