So i have this  stuff called Wolfthorn from Old Spice,and it smells amazing!  It is the best scent I have tried by far.  It's sort of  citrus smell, but with a hint of the classic musk smell to it.  It sticks with you, too.  What is your favorite fragrance and what is it like?

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in honesty after reading http://www.artofmanliness.com/2012/01/10/6-forgotten-drugstore-colo... I gave Brett's pick a try and really like:

Pinaud-Clubman


I like Clubman for every day, has a light manly scent, sometimes a little Old Spice for special occasions, but very light.

My grandfather loved Pinaud..he was born in 1901 and found it at one of the local mens' shops...

Wow, well I knew it has been around a long time.  The barbershop I went to growing up used it after a shave or haircut, and my current barber uses it on my neck after a haircut.  You probably wouldn't find it in a "salon," the scent is light and unmistakably male.  It has stood the test of time, its a classic.    

Doesn't hurt that it's cheap either

LOL If only in my dreams..

About the WD-40.

Now for women:

*Shudders*

I just live in denial and hope that I'll be able to pick up young chicks as an old man, like the great Sean Connery.

Currently im running on 5;

For everyday wear Chanel - Allure homme sport or Dolce and Gabbana - The one

For posh events - YSL : La Nuit

For evening events such as dinner : Armani: Armani Code

For clubbing I normally pick up a spray of Carolina Herrera : 212

Although the manliest out of them has got to be YSL La Nuit or D+G The one

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