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Cheesy Cologne - Smells of Stilton Blue

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May 19, 2006

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I don't know how you feel about perfume or cologne and whether it enhances or interferes with your attraction to a man or a woman. Some seem to be gender biased, thinking of women smelling sweet masked in flowery scents while thinking of men as perhaps having a more robust natural musk and barely bathing.

I dated someone once who didn't use antiperspirant or deodorant claiming that's how it is in Europe. I didn't mind the pungent aroma of love. However, post-breakup I realized my former paramour regularly stank of sweat, besides not being European to boot. Love is not only blind but also anosmic. Nevertheless, for me perhaps more of a turn off or at least equally offensive to the old olfactory receptors is someone wearing too much perfume or cologne.

Other than the unmarried alcoholic girl's gym teacher in my grade school who masked her booze with heavy doses of "Charlie," generally men seem guiltier of wearing too much than women do. Ironically, despite the ex who thought Europeans went underarm commando, I find Euro-trash wannabe guys tend to layer on the cologne the most. They seem to use the shower gel, the aftershave balm, the deodorant, the cologne and the body spray, as well as drinking a swig before greeting the day.

Meanwhile, according to Ananova (05/12/06), a new scent combines European Old World charm with an indescribable special something makes you yearn for wine and crackers. A smell that definitely could compete with my ex's pungency but could win out on smelling European or at least, reeking of upper crust Brit. Eau de Stilton comes from the makers of Stilton Blue Cheese.

Blended by a Manchester-based aromatics company, it features a "symphony of natural base notes including yarrow, angelica seed, clary sage and valerian."

It attempts to "recreate the earthy and fruity aroma" of the cheese "in an eminently wearable perfume."

Give me some unmasked BO or the smell of someone wearing half-a-bottle of a CK Obsession knock-off before I want to inhale the ripeness of moldy cheese from the nape of someone's neck… unless of course, my love is true blue.

Posted by Will Peters at May 19, 2006 9:36 AM

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