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Exciter76Exciter76 8 months ago
I just wanted to stop by and say hello. I hope this greeting finds you well, even in these wild times!
SeeroseSeerose 2 years ago
Sorry I just discovered your answer under my review "The Empresses of Japan" I'm registered at the German Parfumo.de. That's why we did not get any message when somebody on the English Parfumo.net wrote an answer. But now this seems to work? Thanks for your answer. And I will notice the scent you mentioned. Greetings, Seerose
OPomoneOPomone 3 years ago
"Mieux vaut tard que jamais", as the French saying goes.
Thank you for your sweet words, PBullFriend :-)
MonsieurZoloMonsieurZolo 4 years ago
Thank you (。^‿^。)
HermeshHermesh 5 years ago
Thank you for the compliment! It's not always easy to translate them from German but I'm trying my best. :)
KareninKarenin 5 years ago
Thanks for the warm welcome and kind words! :-)
GuusjeGuusje 5 years ago
Hi there < 3
Just wanted to let you know that I do a scent related project again on YouTube :)

SMELL & TELL NOVEMBER ----> You can watch the TRAILER hereL https://youtu.be/LjmZlufUH4Q
Daily uploads with lots of information!
Not only about perfume, but just Guus being Guus: rambling about everything and anything ;)
Hope you will feel inspired by SMELL & TELL NOVEMBER!
xoxo Guusje
FhaldaraFhaldara 5 years ago
Thanks for the welcome, I'm enjoying the site!
ScentedSalonScentedSalon 5 years ago
Thanks for reading my blog. I like your dogs.
GothicHeartGothicHeart 5 years ago
Since the rest of the Greek text reads "She's hiding her ears under her hood, for she doesn't want anyone to know that her parents were the first rebels. But deep inside she's proud of herself.", I guess that the part of the story we were never told was probably this one.
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
Tentations is actually more like eating a juicy pepper-sprinkled peach (enter eccentricity), as a snack accompanying a vodka-quaffing spree, in the middle of a garden laden with intoxicating carnation bushes. And speaking of kitsch, I think that its bottle is the exact opposite, since it would be the perfect movie prop container for holding a potion hanging from an oriental princess' belt.
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
It depends...Literally speaking, it should be one of these.
But since kitsch and I had always a somewhat hostile stance to each other everytime we met, I think I'll go with this.
And yes I know that one man's aesthetic dream is another man's aesthetic nightmare. Lots of thanks!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
In my book, Anaïs Anaïs belongs to a limited genre of fragrances which I call "perf(um)idious" (although the Greek word I use cannot be translated accurately), and which pack a good deal of potential debauchery and oppressed desires beneath their beguilingly innocent looks. The strange thing is that while I love them, they also scare the hell out of me, as I find their mesmerising effect nearly impossible to resist. They mean "business" in a covert and embarassing way, which usually catches me off guard. And speaking of business, since images are the main way in which fragrances speak to me, I'd surely dig this kind of innovation. It would be like a book where you can smell the words and behold the plot. Thanks a lot for dropping by!
TarTar 6 years ago
As for beautiful iris: Jardins d'Armide (Oriza L. Legrand) - and I will try to grab a sample from Hermes Hiris, thank you for the recommendation. :-) Have a nice day, Dear!
TarTar 6 years ago
Thank you very much! I am always afraid, that my English skill is too weak to express, how I feel towards fragrances :-)
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
It was the least I could contribute for this milestone. Especially when I'm up to my nostrils (pun intended) with all these blaqsphemous sugary brats calling me "old lady lover" and "fossil hunter"... Thanks in a "Sous le Vent" scale!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
Oh, no worries at all! Since I'm quite skillful in crafts, I'll probably present her with a modified Super Soaker, powerful enough to cut a hole in any possible attacker's bravado. I just pity the bystanders, as one way or another, vintage Loulou should have been long included in any limitation agreement about weapons of mass destruction. But being the defiant blockhead I am, I can't help but being helplessly in love with her since 1987...
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
As for whether I'm going to wear all that Loulou or not, I found four more 100ml bottles since the picture was taken, which makes them six this far. Perhaps I'll stop in ten, which means that my niece (my sole inheritrix till now) will inherit one litre of vintage Loulou, enough to start a chemical warfare thing if she ever feels like doing it...
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
Although it's rarely "seen" to be worn nowadays, it was quite a success back in the days from what I can remember. Partially because it was dirt-cheap and partially because it could beat every similarly priced fragrance to a pulp, and even be a serious antagonist to fragrances which costed tenfold its price. And let's not forget its emblematic commercial. If these European sellers are asking 20$ without postage and handling, then I think they're kinda overdoing it, since it costs merely 8-10 euros in Greece. Thanks a million!
GothicHeartGothicHeart 6 years ago
Apologies to all Parfumo's maids of honour, but I'd really like to see what would have happened, was my P.S. not there... A rear-view mirror is a sine qua non accessory (and being a Lamborghini one adds tons of style to its usefulness) to see some fragrances through it and spare myself of being turned to stone; a by all means not so pleasant condition in which Ferrari Extreme almost succeeded in putting me... Thanks a lot!
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