Aqua Velva Classic Ice Blue
Aqua Velva Ice Sport
Aqua Velva Musk
Geo Beene Grey Flannel AS
Skin Bracer Original
Skin Bracer Cooling Blue
All of these have things like Propylene Glycol, Menthol, oils, etc. I disagree with your statement.
"Charlie... don't... VEG!"
Gabe, I'm sure the leftover could have been used to clean brake parts or something.
Or, you coulda driven it over to Orangevale and given the rest to me.
SWMBO bitched about the "geezer" AS's I have/had accumulated. "Why would anyone......" (well, married guys, you know the drill). One day when she was up, when I went to work, she smelled the LV on me. Now it appears the smell is not that bad. Women, can't live with them. The end.
Rudolph used Lilac Vegetal
Regular just like a clock
And if you got too near him
You could watch the buzzards drop
All of the shaving reindeer
Used sneer and pinch their noses
They always told poor Rudolph
He smelled like some old Wino's toeses
Then one foggy Christmas Eve
Santa took a whiff
"Rudolph, with that Veg so strong
You could move my sleigh along!"
They hitched Rudolph up in last place
And Santa shouted out with glee
"You others better put a move on
To get away from that cat pee!"
And..that night...they broke, mach three!
Last edited by Topgumby; 12-25-2009 at 07:35 AM.
"He must be a king. He hasn't got Williams all over 'im!" - cb91710
I spend my knights at the Veg Table.
pour it around the yard to keep stray cats out :idk:
hahaha. Rudolph the veg is just too much.
Okay, that does it! The pic of Kilgore with the black Stetson and the crossed sabers has me convinced (since I do Civil War Cavalry reenacting), and since the history of Lilac Vegital says that Pinaud was commissioned to produce a fragrance for the Hungarian Cavalry, that I need to try this intriguing scent. I am curious though, based on the opinions of some of the posters on this thread, if the scent of LV was designed to mask the natural odor of a cavalryman who hasn't bathed in weeks (this was early 19th century Europe wasn't it?) or if Pinaud mistakenly replicated the offensive aforementioned odor in liquid form and bottled it. SWMBO, as always, will be the last word in whether a scent is kept or discarded. So far she likes AV Ice Blue, AV Musk, Clubman, Brut, and one she gave me, Acqua Di Gio' by Armani, which is actually a cologne (literally: alcohol, water, fragrance). When I wear the classic aftershaves she says in her best imitation of Miss Swan, "You smell lika man!" She likes. Don't base your decisions on what you like in a scent. The point is to appeal to the fairer sex. They detect something in those scents that stimulates something primordial. Has your SWMBO ever snuggled in your armpit? Brothers heed my words. So far, this thread has given me more fits of laughter than any of the others.
Phil, I concur. That's the only way to do it. Out of the bottle and on the body. Each persons chemistry has an effect on the scent. Women know this and that's why they always test a new fragrance on their wrist from the sampler.