I like the smell of whiskey and tobacco on a man's breath.
But I like my man smell straight off the skin.
No smell is good, but a smell of sweat (not like body odor, TMI), which signifies he is working and putting some effort with a job or leisure whatever is good. I will know when I smell one
No cologne! I remember when men used to bathe in Hai Karate or this flowery stuff that I never got the name of. You can't really win with cologne because men will wear too much of it.
Too much cologne has the effect of RAID on bugs.
Carpe diem i hope got the spelling correct oh and jean paul
None! All those synthetic chemicals are gross, and that includes scented soap, aftershave and deodorant. Naturally washed and unscented, please.
There are some nice colognes for men; but of course they should not drench themselves in it. I like Eternity and Cool Water on a man. Bather first use cologne second. Yummy!
(I'm typing in a high-pitched voice, so you guys can't tell I'm not female)
I go along with no manufactured scent, even for woman . . . clean skin, fresh body, nothing more alluring. If I ever use anything, I'll dab on a bit of old school Mennen Skin Bracer - it has that kind of barber shop/baby powder clean smell.
I like the gentle scent of Polo by Ralph Lauren on my late husband. There is another scent for men I love but I can't remember the name right now.
by Yves 6 years ago
How do you feel about your significant other wearing perfume or cologne?Are you more drawn to them when they wear a scent, or are you actually repulsed by them? How so? (Personally, I absolutely love high quality cologne on my guy.)
by Tuddy 9 years ago
Hey ladies which colonge would you all say is the best smelling one...............................
by Dorsi Diaz 8 years ago
Well I'm just in a doozy. I dislocated my shoulder last weekend, had to go to ER, x-rays and then they reset the shoulder. Now I'm in a sling but I still can't raise my arm more than a few inches.So I come to my fellow hubbers here who have such a wealth of info on so many things....is this normal...
by CollB 8 years ago
I've often found that when I cook lamb, it has that strong, meaty smell which is still noticeable after I've sprinkled a bit more salt over it during the cooking process.Is there anything I can use to really reduce the strong meaty smell that lamb has?
by gis_r07 7 years ago
What perfume or cologne did you wear most frequently over the past year?
by Takako Komori 2 years ago
What do you think of men who wear cologne in the workplace? Do you like it or does it bother you?.
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