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    Favorite colonge or aftershave.

    When I was single,I use to buy expensive colonge...$30-50 a bottle. Now,I go with the cheaper stuff.Avon Wild Country,Old Spice,Stetson,etc.Now that I'm married,I have less money and more common sense than to blow it on expensive stuff that will make you smell good.For you single guys,there's not a true colonge that will draw women. I guess if I could make a colonge that smelled like money,I'd be rich! What do you all like?

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    Favorite cologne or aftershave.

    My favorite cologne would have to be old avon colognes, the kind in a car shaped bottle.
    And my favorite aftershave would have to be Brut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KATMAN View Post
    When I was single,I use to buy expensive colonge...$30-50 a bottle. Now,I go with the cheaper stuff.Avon Wild Country,Old Spice,Stetson,etc.Now that I'm married,I have less money and more common sense than to blow it on expensive stuff that will make you smell good.For you single guys,there's not a true colonge that will draw women. I guess if I could make a colonge that smelled like money,I'd be rich! What do you all like?
    I don't have a huge preference, but I get a lot of compliments when I wear either JP Gaultier or Dolce & Gabanna, both of which were thoughtful gifts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mighty Sword View Post
    Favorite cologne or aftershave.

    My favorite cologne would have to be old avon colognes, the kind in a car shaped bottle.
    And my favorite aftershave would have to be Brut.
    I'm wearing some old Avon now. It came in shape of a golf cart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KATMAN View Post
    I'm wearing some old Avon now. It came in shape of a golf cart.

    That's awesome, in all seroiusness there is a markets for old avon bottles, car shapes etc.... who would have thunk it??

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    Probably Jade East or Hai Karate
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    I bought a small bottle of Halston Z14 when I was in high school. Its still about 2/3 full. That was probably 1979.
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    my bride buys me Stetson but i don't normally put any cologne on.

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    My favourite Cologne is in Germany.
    It is only the cynic who claims “to speak the truth” at all times and in all places to all men in the same way, but who, in fact, displays nothing but a lifeless image of the truth… He dons the halo of the fanatical devotee of truth who can make no allowance for human weaknesses; but, in fact, he is destroying the living truth between men. He wounds shame, desecrates mystery, breaks confidence, betrays the community in which he lives, and laughs arrogantly at the devastation he has wrought and at the human weakness which “cannot bear the truth”. Dietrich Bonhoeffer, in Ethics.


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    These days I just use Axe deodorant spray before I leave the house.

    My favorite colognes are Dolce & Gabanna and Hugo Boss
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    I bought my wife a gift pack of Euphoria by Calvin Klein for Christmas and we both love it!

    This year for my birthday she got me Euphoria for men! Sometimes I just put it on when I spend the day with myself. I can't get enough of it!
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    From time to time I'll splurge and buy High Karate for men and old spice after shave.

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    The only "cologne" which doesn't make me grimace via overstrength of scent is AXE Phoenix body spray.

    Plus it's the only one future-Mrs. Buzzword likes.

    Thus...I also use the bodywash.
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    Windex is a good aftershave, I saw that on the Lost boys

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