summer: sun delight by jill sander
winter: gucci by gucci
and for those special occasions when i don't take no for an answer: trouble by boucheron
09-21-2008 02:17 AM
Green Tea by Elizabeth Arden. I like fresh smelling scents.
Red Door or Poison for night-time. Because I like heavy scents too. Plus, when Poison first came out, I was at school in Geneva and it reminds me of that.
09-21-2008 12:00 PM
I'm happy to smell like not-much-particularly. it seems like all perfumes tend to end up smelling the same on me (too sweet, a little cloying, one overriding note) - not sure if my nose just gets used to the smell, or if there's something odd about my skin chemistry.
I use one of those salt-block deodorants. it works well.
the guy who played bagpipes for my burn gave me a vial of lavender oil he'd pressed from lavender he'd grown in his garden - sometimes I put a dab of that somewhere, but the smell degrades very quickly.
I like how my friends smell.
09-21-2008 12:01 PM
Originally Posted by β cyg
how are you defining "we"?
the communicative interface between β cyg and lukkucairi, in this case.
09-28-2008 11:52 AM
Q for Sun(whatdatewasitagain?):
¿ What do you think there is (or: would like to find) at the end of the rainbow ?
09-28-2008 12:35 PM
strength and flexibility for starters providing the food supply holds out.
09-28-2008 01:06 PM
good question stephi thank you for posing it
i should very much like to find four NEW! colours (two at each end of it)
09-28-2008 04:00 PM
gold GOLD GOLD
09-28-2008 04:05 PM
I am the rainbow
goo goo ga choo
09-28-2008 07:28 PM
A colorful sunset.
09-28-2008 07:47 PM
a new start
09-29-2008 12:21 PM
qotd monday, 29 sept 08
somewhere in my kitchen annex living room, there's a piece of raw chicken hiding that fell when i dropped a plate of chicken debris. it reeks.
where is it? :confused:
09-29-2008 12:31 PM
under the cabinets by the sink
09-29-2008 12:41 PM
your next-door-neighbor's yorkshire terrier knows.
09-29-2008 01:31 PM
just a thought...
maybe it got stuck to the underside
of a lower cabinet in the kitchen
09-29-2008 01:40 PM
is there going to be a prize for the person who finds it?
09-29-2008 02:16 PM
my eternal gratitude (this isn't the place at the end of the rainbow you know)
it's not under the cabinets by the sink
not stuck to the underside of any of the cabinets
and my neighbor doesn't have a yorkshire terrier..
09-29-2008 02:20 PM
excuse me frieda but i think it might be lodged in the hem of yours skirt
09-29-2008 02:21 PM
and how would YOU know what is lodged into my skirt hmm?
09-29-2008 02:22 PM
have you been looking at my nether regions again??
09-29-2008 02:27 PM
thinking back over yours day - have you been getting looks from folk (especially when you twirl and swish yours skirt, as in "that woman smells a bit funny"?
09-29-2008 02:34 PM
don't be daft! it fell into her clogs. obviously.
09-29-2008 02:41 PM
well then she'll find it when she takes them off at hers bedtime
09-29-2008 02:45 PM
i do not reek of rotting chicken! :mad: and how dare you suggest such a thing :mad: :mad:
i took my clogs off for bedtime yesterday and i didn't find it :(
09-29-2008 02:49 PM
Under the fridge?
I'm hoping that's where I'll find the good mood I was holding yesterday.
09-29-2008 02:52 PM
it's a mystery
o look! here comes wee toyoh willox with a tune and gimpy dance about frieda's chicken goujon!
♪ it's a mystery♪
09-30-2008 01:23 PM
¿what could be a scenario or series of events in which a fly causes an aeroplane to carsh?
09-30-2008 01:56 PM
Actually, it takes two flys to bring down an airplane.
One to fly into each pitot tube (PT= gizmo sticking out into clear air outside the plane that takes in air preasure in order that the airspeed and altimeter instruments can function). Without airspeed and altitude info going to the cenntral air data computers, the pilots and the computers will have no idea how high or fast the plane is going.
09-30-2008 04:09 PM
what could be a scenario or series of events in which a fly causes an aeroplane to carsh
Sounds like a question for MichaelG
10-01-2008 01:41 AM
The fly is really Jeff Goldblum, who wasn't paying attention in ground school because he was dicking around on his Blackberry about his next film deal where he won't have to wear a sweaty and humiliating costume and so never did learn about how to recover from a spiral dive, and so instead of pulling back the power he pushes the throttle full in, and instead of leveling the wings he leaves the ailerons cranked hard right spiraling tighter and tighter, and instead of pulling out of the dive into a gentle climb trading airspeed for altitude, he continues nose down and hell bent for leather straight into a farmer's field. And that's one fee his agent is not going to collect, nosiree.
10-01-2008 02:17 AM
ah well now, if there's a chaotician on board as well as a fly, the question becomes how couldn't a fly end up causing the plane to crash.
10-01-2008 01:15 PM
?QUESTION O T D...... ?
yes or no
Do you ave a boss?