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Offline Festisio

I'm realling into my Eau du Toillettes.  Have quite a collection:



An expensive hobby - although not nearly as costly as punting, plus it lasts a lot longer!

I'm a massive fan of the Creed fragrance house.  Very pricey but I consider it money well spent.  Civvies and prossies love it.

http://www.creedfragrances.co.uk/

« Last Edit: January 22, 2014, 07:16:13 PM by Festisio »

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Only ever use anti-perspirant, whatever flavour of lynx is on special offer in wilkinsons

Ralph Lauren  ' Safari ' - some years  ago I was on an escalator in central London and was accosted by a rather nice looking girl who stopped in her tracks and demanded to know who, out of group of six of us smelt SOOOOO   lovely.

After  a short process of elimination I was identified and I then proceeded to do my best impression of a gold fish and before I  could say anything, she kissed me on the cheek and sped off up the escalator.......

'Safari'--it works !

Offline hollysbeenabadgirl

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How the other half live! Joop Homme is £22.00 for 75 ml at Tesco, which is a lot more than chips cost around here!  :unknown: Still taking Henry's advice. ;)

So it costs my OH(or his Mother, once a year) 6p a day to smell nice. It is IS cheap as chips when compared to what I spend on Chanel No5 etc when pushing the boat out, especially as I will get through 100ml and over £100 in a few months!

Roland D Hay

Ralph Lauren  ' Safari ' - some years  ago I was on an escalator in central London and was accosted by a rather nice looking girl who stopped in her tracks and demanded to know who, out of group of six of us smelt SOOOOO   lovely.

After  a short process of elimination I was identified and I then proceeded to do my best impression of a gold fish and before I  could say anything, she kissed me on the cheek and sped off up the escalator.......

'Safari'--it works !

That story would have been so much more impressive if she'd knelt down, unzipped your fly and ...

Offline Ali Katt

I'm realling into my Eau du Toillettes.  Have quite a collection:

An expensive hobby - although not nearly as costly as punting, plus it lasts a lot longer!

I'm a massive fan of the Creed fragrance house.  Very pricey but I consider it money well spent.  Civvies and prossies love it.

http://www.creedfragrances.co.uk/
Creed are amazing I've never been able to justify spending the money which is why I don't own any. Maybe one day.


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ch by caroline herreira or moschino are my 2 punting favs....ch always gets a comment wherever i go,whether it work,punting or the cemetary.lol

At moment its Obsession by Calvin Klein just because there's loads of it .
Fahrenheit by Doir or Allure by Chanel get a really nice response  :hi:

Offline 616

Quorum is good, too. Looking like the Elephant Man's ugly mate, I like to smell good for myself and if any ladies like the smell,  that's good too.

Offline Falstaff

Ralph Lauren  ' Safari ' - some years  ago I was on an escalator in central London and was accosted by a rather nice looking girl who stopped in her tracks and demanded to know who, out of group of six of us smelt SOOOOO   lovely.

After  a short process of elimination I was identified and I then proceeded to do my best impression of a gold fish and before I  could say anything, she kissed me on the cheek and sped off up the escalator.......

'Safari'--it works !

Happened to me too with this stuff, a few times too

Offline Falstaff

I like Obsession but doesn't have the Safari effect.

Allure Sport pour Homme also well liked by ladeeez in my experience.

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Right now I just wear whatever is available. I used to get miniature sets off ebay or cheap discontinued fragrances whenever they're available & if they smell alright. There's also places that seem to copy famous fragrances so I'm trying them.

I'm a massive fan of the Creed fragrance house.  Very pricey but I consider it money well spent.  Civvies and prossies love it.

http://www.creedfragrances.co.uk/

Bloody hell £415 for 250ml and £145 for 30ml. Even if I could afford that I don't think I'd ever pay that. I might be tempted to one day have Bespoke Fragrance made as a treat.


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