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While we all enjoy the natural scent of a male, sometimes it gets too "natural"... Do you wear cologne, and if so, what is your "signature" scent ?

 

Sister Va-JJ enjoys The Baron.... has been using it for centuries....

 

Also, do you like "fragrance" on your partners ???

 

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http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/yhst-88462588038071_2414_1742644407

 

I thought the original scent was better...but this is not bad.

My other favorite is Balenciaga. I switch back and forth. I like

cologne on a man...BUT there's nothing wrong with a little man scent.

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It varies, depending on my mood.

 

Refined formality: Royal-Oud, by Creed.

 

royal-oud.jpg

 

 

Assertive presence: Pure Oud, by By Kilian.

 

http://www.luckyscent.com/images/products/42580.jpg

 

Raunchy sexuality: Dark Aoud, by Pierre Montale.

 

http://parfumstore.ru/product_images/parfum/k/dark_aoud_3__80671_big.jpg

 

If I want to make children cry, scare elderly women, knock pigeons unconscious, and create a magical bubble of empty space around me about 10 metres in radius: Black Aoud, by Pierre Montale. Six spritzes. It's like glowing with radioactive fire! Not Safe For Work. Not Safe For Anything At All, but kind of offensively fun in a stinky way.

 

black_aoud_nagy2.jpg

 

For solemn moods of contemplation and serenity: Armani Privé Bois d'Encens, by Giorgio Armani.

 

http://www.wmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/LA-COLLECTION_6-REF-RANGE_B-e1372197158558.jpg

 

When I wear (which is rarely), I tend to be restrained. Mostly it's just one spritz on my chest.

 

My fantasy sex scene involves a furry Lebanese bodybuilder fresh from the gym, sweaty and musky with masculine pheromones, who didn't have time to shower but just spritzed himself a bit with Dark Aoud.

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It varies, depending on my mood.

 

Refined formality: Royal-Oud, by Creed.

 

royal-oud.jpg

 

 

Assertive presence: Pure Oud, by By Kilian.

 

http://www.luckyscent.com/images/products/42580.jpg

 

Raunchy sexuality: Dark Aoud, by Pierre Montale.

 

http://parfumstore.ru/product_images/parfum/k/dark_aoud_3__80671_big.jpg

 

If I want to make children cry, scare elderly women, knock pigeons unconscious, and create a magical bubble of empty space around me about 10 metres in radius: Black Aoud, by Pierre Montale. Six spritzes. It's like glowing with radioactive fire! Not Safe For Work. Not Safe For Anything At All, but kind of offensively fun in a stinky way.

 

black_aoud_nagy2.jpg

 

For solemn moods of contemplation and serenity: Armani Privé Bois d'Encens, by Giorgio Armani.

 

http://www.wmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/LA-COLLECTION_6-REF-RANGE_B-e1372197158558.jpg

 

When I wear (which is rarely), I tend to be restrained. Mostly it's just one spritz on my chest.

 

My fantasy sex scene involves a furry Lebanese bodybuilder fresh from the gym, sweaty and musky with masculine pheromones, who didn't have time to shower but just spritzed himself a bit with Dark Aoud.

 

 

Wow Mr Greatnorth, that's a lot of thought process and some Very sophisticated scents.... I'm usually comatose, so all that thought process wouldn't work for me. I can barely get the "aim" right and usually end up spritzing it into the air.... Very nice selection.

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Not even a little dab behind the ears for "seductiveness" ??? :confused:

 

Nope. And I prefer the person I am spending intimate time with not to wear any as well. Some do not know how to put cologne on and feel the need to bathe in it. Which just about gives me an instant pounding headache.

 

Hugs,

Greg

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Nope. And I prefer the person I am spending intimate time with not to wear any as well. Some do not know how to put cologne on and feel the need to bathe in it. Which just about gives me an instant pounding headache.

 

Hugs,

Greg

 

 

Do you advise your client of that when booking an appt ? Wouldn't want you to get a migraine right in the middle of saying "ooooh Baby".....

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Well it ultimately depends on how you feel about "full disclosure"... You can always keep some Advil in your socks...

 

I usually keep a small bottle in my backpack when I am traveling. If anything it is the soaps at hotels, Hyatt being the worse that set my head to pounding mode.

 

Hugs,

Greg

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To each his own. I have never worn cologne. I stopped using deodorant many, many years ago. I love it when a guy buries his nose in my ripe pits, takes the scent deep into his lungs and moans. The effect goes right to his hole.

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To each his own. I have never worn cologne. I stopped using deodorant many, many years ago. I love it when a guy buries his nose in my ripe pits, takes the scent deep into his lungs and moans. The effect goes right to his hole.

 

I sure hope it don't give him the "Squirts" ......

 

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Cologne can trigger my allergies, which may be what Greg is experiencing. I used to wear perfume but I had to be careful what I wore. Certain formulations either triggered my allergies or smelled terrible.

 

So I prefer either the overall neutral scent achieved by plain old soap or a mild amount of manly odor.

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