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Aftershave advice

 
#1 Aftershave advice
06/07/2008 18:04

Toilet Water

With the amount of Patrick Bateman wannabes on this board I thought I might consult you for some aftershave/eau de toilette advice... So what smells good on the young, ambitious professional these days?

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#2 RE: Aftershave advice
06/07/2008 18:48

Bill to Toilet Water (#1)

I love the smell of napalm in the morning.

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#3 RE: Aftershave advice
07/07/2008 00:01

the missing link to Bill (#2)

Natural musk works for me

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#4 RE: Aftershave advice
07/07/2008 02:19

anon to Toilet Water (#1)

Durian fruit

Frankincense

Freshly baked bread

Mown grass

Silage

In fact, anything that helps people remember you - all publicity is good publicity

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#5 RE: Aftershave advice
07/07/2008 08:22

anon to anon (#4)

B.O.

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#6 RE: Aftershave advice
07/07/2008 12:40

hardhat to anon (#5)

Napalm! Pah! You would most probably not know the smell of mustard gas on the other side of the planet at any time of day (not then or now!).

It's a tough question. Frankincense was a top answer. Whoosh. It's not only festive, as even in a crowded market it can work.

Mown grass is IIIIII or even better /////////.

A good smell. Hmmm. It certainly has to be about when and where. Who? or How it's packaged? Not sure.

Leather shops and gluey cobblers shops keep me on my feet.

Actually aftershave doesn't do it for me, and the relevance of recent threads is very low.

Was that a time of the week thing? Can't we leave this to other professionals?

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#7 RE: Aftershave advice
07/07/2008 13:04

--- to hardhat (#6)

Wow, and I thought I was a nutter!!

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#8 RE: Aftershave advice
07/07/2008 21:39

hardhat to --- (#7)

Thanks for that ---

You gave exactly the response I anticipated actually! Although allow me to guess that you were not expecting me to take credit entirely for this virtual insanity.

One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest ! (book and film about a place without sufficient consultants fixing problems in it)

Any thread that starts with --- and ends in Aftershave advice by Toilet Water has got to be nuts from start to finish, or should that be the other way round?

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#9 RE: Aftershave advice
08/07/2008 12:02

Evil Consultant to hardhat (#8)

Generally, I don't use aftershave as it's a little vulgar in my arrogant opinion, but if you really feel that you have to then I recommend gun oil.

Seriously.

The smell of Hoppe's #9 and fresh bore fouling has just the required mixture of machismo, lust-provocation and exclusivity.

EC

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#10 RE: Aftershave advice
08/07/2008 12:29

--- to Evil Consultant (#9)

My personal choice is a decent creosote. I usually go for Ronseal.

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