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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2017 6:24 pm 
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sometimes I think you guys are all misogynist hahahahaha, you talk about women with disgust. LOL
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"all" was just a generalization to things I read on the forum time to time. Like this:
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I do feels it's very feminine. Does that make men who dabble on flower scents like ole' grandmas weak? No. But it is feminine.
he just connect be feminine with been weak.


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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2017 6:33 pm 
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sometimes I think you guys are all misogynist hahahahaha, you talk about women with disgust. LOL
Oh yeah? Let's see the quote that backs up your statement.
"all" was just a generalization to things I read on the forum time to time. Like this:
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I do feels it's very feminine. Does that make men who dabble on flower scents like ole' grandmas weak? No. But it is feminine.
he just connect be feminine with been weak.
I think this forum's quality posters can't even be considered misogynistic. Not even Arch's statement is one of a misogynist, nor do I think he is one. There is a huge difference between saying that he believes something is feminine and having a hatred of women.

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2017 7:06 pm 
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Oh yeah? Let's see the quote that backs up your statement.
"all" was just a generalization to things I read on the forum time to time. Like this:
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I do feels it's very feminine. Does that make men who dabble on flower scents like ole' grandmas weak? No. But it is feminine.
he just connect be feminine with been weak.
I think this forum's quality posters can't even be considered misogynistic. Not even Arch's statement is one of a misogynist, nor do I think he is one. There is a huge difference between saying that he believes something is feminine and having a hatred of women.
yeah, quality posters arent misogynists. But this statement was, I dont know if he is a misogynist, I dont know him. But the statetament direct connect women to weakness, in some point if you put too much femine(just a alegory to perfume), you will be weak like gradmas, its like the end of world to be in this position, so it is misogeny.


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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2017 7:19 pm 
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he just connect be feminine with been weak.

No, he equated smelling like and OLD WOMAN as weak.
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Does that make men who dabble on flower scents like ole' grandmas weak? No. But it is feminine.
Yes, old grandma's are typically weak.

He equates flower scents ----> OLD grandmas

You're reaching if you use the statement where he is talking about the elderly and weakness

Typically the elderly are weak.

If I said, "you're dressing like a old man, you'll look weak"....that's not a statement about males.


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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
PostPosted: Mon Jan 30, 2017 5:47 am 
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What the hell? Hahaha.. There's nothing feminine about tobacco, musk or wood.

A selection of quality cologne speaks volumes about whether you are classy or not.

For what it's worth, Chanel Allure and Terre D'Hermes have gotten me so many compliments from women that I have long lost count of how many I got. Once a girl tells you that she likes your cologne they often like to keep their nose right at your neck. This is also when things get steamy.

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A selection of quality cologne speaks volumes about whether you are classy or not.
Hahahaha, no.

"Classy" is determined by fitness, intelligence, and self-awareness. Not cologne.

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Classy is also determined by how you dress and how you smell.

It's your choice if you decide against cologne Arch, but your doing so does not make it a staple of manhood.

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
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A neutral smell is classy, many would say more tasteful.

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many would say more tasteful.
Doubt that.

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
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Studies have actually found that men's colognes decrease vaginal blood flow in most women of all ages ethnicities etc. As with all looks subjects, just don't stink. Anything else is either kj or more work than is worth it.

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Studies have actually found that men's colognes decrease vaginal blood flow in most women of all ages ethnicities etc. As with all looks subjects, just don't stink. Anything else is either kj or more work than is worth it.
Very interesting. Link please.

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
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"Classy" is determined by fitness, intelligence, and self-awareness. Not cologne.
You're welcome to include those as part of the definition, but fitness and self-awareness are probably in their own category for most people, and so is intelligence.

Most people associate "classy" with elegance or style. Knowing, for example, the difference between a day or evening cologne would be considered "classy" by most people.

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
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Wow the amount of piss in this thread!

I have never heard a woman complain about a man wearing cologne or 'fragrance' or whatever the fuck you wanna call it! But I have heard complaints about BO!

Some of my girlfriends have described some cologne as "smelling like sex"


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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
PostPosted: Tue Jan 31, 2017 4:03 pm 
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Big fan of cologne:

1million - Paco Rabanne
Sean Paul Gautier - le male

Nothing femine about wearing a quality cologne, don't over do it though.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 31, 2017 10:33 pm 
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Most people associate "classy" with elegance or style. Knowing, for example, the difference between a day or evening cologne would be considered "classy" by most people.

Or incredibly metrosexual.

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