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Re: shopping/scent

Wow! Jim.
    I did not know people still used a musk based scent. I remember everyone
and their grandmother using that stuff back in the 70"s?? Go someplace like
church, the crowd build up heat in the building and it was enough to gag
one........ No offense to anyone using a musk based perfume, but my not
being an ox, it does nothing for me.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana
----- Original Message -----
> For example, my second wife and I had similar negative reactions when
> riding the elevator with a woman who over dosed herself with musk-based
> perfume. I don't know if our reactions were based on the same
> sexual-sensory perception or not, and I not sure it matters very much.
> Island Jim

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