I agree wholeheartedly, Nicholas. Grey Flannel was the first cologne I purchased in high school and it repelled every girl I went out on a date with. Once I stopped using Grey Flannel, i was once again a chick magnet!! I only used the stuff a few times, but it was so strong and offensive. My older sister finally told me to stop wearing it!Grey Flannel.
I can't stand it. It's awful.
It could easily be used as an insect repellent. It repels people, let alone insects.
The only way I've found to enjoy it is to walk up behind someone you don't like at a party, discreetly spray some on the back of their clothes, and watch their face in bemusement as they instantly repel anyone they approach.I enjoy Grey Flannel, as well. Best way to approach it is to apply, don't breathe for about thirty minutes, then relax and enjoy for the next several hours!
You’re a nut.My first experience with the Veg on this forum, many years ago, and my assessment of my chosen-ness:
I think I may be halfway between, in limbo; a bridge to both worlds. I seldom use it, since it's difficult to remove from it's radioactive containment vessel, but when I do I don't die, and small children do not run screaming. On the other hand, heavenly choirs do not welcome me, and I only see across the river to the Promised Land of fragrance bliss, but cannot cross. A lilting breeze of lilac wafts over, punctuated by the oh-so faint hint of lions urinating in Eden....
TF Tuscan Leather is supposed to smell like cocaine…..or so I've heard. They marketed that line originally as inspired by Studio 54 days...leather, cocaine.......Tom Ford Tuscan leather. Smells to me like it has a base fecal note in it and it’s powerful and cloying. I don’t care for any of the Tom Ford line live smelled Vetiver included.
With a name like that, who woulda thunk it?I never owned it, but the sample I sniffed years ago of Secretions Manifiques by ELdO smelled nightmarish!