Good point about Axe.
man I hear ya, the scent by itself is alright, but holy hell the people who chose to wear it seem to bath in it and have terrible body chemistry. Years ago I had a co worker who dose himself with it,we both worked in an attic like space in a small law firm building. From the 3rd floor I could smell him outside in the parking lot .Acqua di Gio.
hehe, your words could be a script for a film, I can see it now John Carpenter's "The Waft", cue Ennio Morricone's intro music as the evil scented entity lurks and flows about, taking down victims and growing stronger with each kill.Heh (with @KBShave ) reminds me of the visualizations imagining a chemical dispersal having a thicker density than air, yet maybe only showing 'heat shimmer' as it wafts down the body of the wearer, pooling at their feet and starting to rivulet toward an open staircase which allows it to generally follow the plan of people walking down to the ground floor and out the door into the parking lot.. Of course, by then it isn't a tightly bundled fragrance, it has spread and the last staircase was just too much and it occupies a vertical column 10 feet tall and at the door mouse nor bird could avoid the slap in their face... (ya, sometimes I'm far too visually oriented.)