From: Brian D Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Feb 21 2002 - 08:26:22 MST
>From: ct <tilley314@ATTBI.com>
>>Brian D Williams 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.
>>My longtime favorites: Old Spice, and Jovan Musk.
>Mid-Western Man thru-and-thru!
Guilty as charged, although I've added a half dozen or so recently,
including all those I recommended to Anders. It's like a new hobby.
All other recomendations welcome.
>Here: I'm Envy, Aspen and Contradiction.
>Name my State.
"Aspen" makes me think Colorado obviously.
"Contradiction" guessing Washington D.C.
"Envy" probably Oregon (California envy)
I'll stick with Colorado as my final answer.
>My attempt at Eau d'Extrope:
>(meshing previous offerings)
>Commission Chihuly for the blown glass
>-smoked glass cube
>-encasing a pearlized chaosphere
>-four pairs of double-helixed-like semi-permeable tubings,
>opposing vertices of the cube
>-each pair: one tubing from high to low concentration
>-----the other tubing from low to high concentration
>Self-configuring scent assembler
>-bio-dipsticks with a drop of armpit sweat from each
>-insert into SCSA
<rest of very good post edited for brevity>
Sounds like what Natasha was looking for.
>'course, we need to add Spikenard (Sweet Surrender) in there
Does this mean Doug Jones's needs a LOX powered applicator?
And Amara's would have to be bottle only since the space diamond
dust would clog a spray nozzle.
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