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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-07-31

Wanted a summery garden today. AL Hong Kong Garden? Nothing but incense and patchouli today. 🙁 is my sniffer broken?? #

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-07-24

Hell is unlabeled samples. #perfume #fragrance # Dammit! Something with a horrible almond note has leaked. Can't get it out of my nose. Vert pour Madame is not defeating it. Hate filing. # One non-cranky tweet: Bond No. 9 Chinatown? Is as gorgeous as everyone says. And smells like Chinatown. #perfume #fragrance # xerjoff . . . → Read More: Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-07-24

The history of smell

I don’t usually want to pass along what everyone else already knows about, because I assume that if anyone is reading this blog they’re reading other perfume blogs as well, but if you are interested in scent and you haven’t seen the article at on recreating and saving smells in history, you might want . . . → Read More: The history of smell

I suspect you, Vanille Insensée

I’m finally filing a bunch of samples I got at Sniffapalooza in the spring – ok, I’m not even filing them yet, I’m just entering them in my spreadsheet so I don’t buy them again – and something leaked on my hand and then smelled nasty. I’m suspecting Vanille Insensée because it was the only . . . → Read More: I suspect you, Vanille Insensée

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-07-17

OMG Amouage Honor Woman – where have you been my whole summer? *sniiiiiiiiiiiifffff* 10 ml decant – how long will it last? #

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Baa, and also baa.

I already feel bad about the title of this post.

I mean, more than most groups, perfumistas are perfectly willing to live and let live; one person’s crappy celebuscent is another person’s Holy Grail, and really for the most part everyone lives by the creed Thou Shalt Not Judge.

Nonetheless I don’t generally write reviews . . . → Read More: Baa, and also baa.