From: Jacques Du Pasquier (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 21 2002 - 08:08:29 MST
> Brian D Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I've recently discovered how complex the area of fragrances is,
> > it's normal for a fragrance to have two or even three separate
> > presentations, the chemistry gets quite complex
> This is explained in the novel 'Jitterbug Perfume'. It talks about
> perfumes having a low, middle, and high note, like a musical chord.
> Jitterbug perfume also has a great longevity formula: meditation
> taught by mystical monks, combined with frequent bathing followed by
> exposure to cool air (lowering body temperature), and frequent
> nonprocreative sex.
Not sure about cool air, but the last part sounds good.
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