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Guest Lizzie McTrucker

I most recently picked up a purse size bottle (with refill) of Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau so Fresh. :)

I had a smaller version of Daisy but it didn't quite seem right and then I dug out my sample of the other one and realized I grabbed the wrong scent.

But it's all better now. It's a very pretty floral scent.

I'm also testing out DKNY Be Delicious and Golden Delicious.

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Guest Robin Winter

patchouli, and old hippie scent for an old hippie. Very strong, and long lasting so beware

Hugs, Charlie

Me too ^_^ I like patch, and hemp oil, and sandalwood. Oh! And Dragon's Blood (kind of a cinnamon/clove scent)

I don't care for perfumes, I much prefer essential oils.

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Guest Lizzie McTrucker

I noticed at the Duty Free shoppes along the US/Canada border, they have limited edition DKNY scents based on their Be Delicious line. I almost bought the London version but it was a tad more than I was willing to spend, plus since it's not available in the US, every time I needed more I'd have to go back up near Canada. Also if you bought a big bottle of a DKNY scent you got a free towel! Oh boy! Not sure they'd appreciate me using it to check my oil.......

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Guest MsGsptlsnz

I'd love to wear perfume but since I am still rather deep in the closet it would be hard to explain why I smell rather unmanly at work... Blech...

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