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Description 1 Million Cologne is a blend of sensual and fresh notes inspired by Paco Rabanne's metallic fashion. Gold is always a symbol of class and wealth and this fragrance created by the respected noses of Christophe Raynaud, Olivier Pescheux and Michel Girard is just that; class and wealth. This cologne comes in a glittery shine of Gold which is symbolic of the cologne as it demands respect and attention. 1 Million Cologne surely represents power, durability, and luxury.

I have worn the same cologne for almost 18 years. One Christmas, my grandma gave me a cologne kit from a department store that had four different scents in it. Made especially for teenage boys who wanted to feel cool by wearing cologne, you can probably guess the quality of the contents.

I was introduced to the world of online shopping because of my need for my scent. At first it was easy to buy Candies. There was some large cologne/perfume online overseas company that I was able to buy bottles from that lasted me a couple years. But soon they went dry as well.

A record of the 1837 exhibition of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, where confections were judged competitively, mentions "stick candy".[3] A recipe for straight peppermint candy sticks, white with colored stripes, was published in The Complete Confectioner, Pastry-Cook, and Baker, in 1844.[4] The earliest documentation of a "candy cane" is found in the short story "Tom Luther's Stockings", published in Ballou's Monthly Magazine in 1866. Although described as "mammoth", no mention of color or flavor was provided.[5] The Nursery monthly magazine mentions "candy-canes" in association with Christmas in 1874,[6] and Babyland magazine describes "tall, twisted candy canes" being hung on a Christmas tree in 1882.[7]

A common folkloric story of the origin of candy canes says that in 1670, in Cologne, Germany, the choirmaster at Cologne Cathedral, wishing to remedy the noise caused by children in his church during the Living Crèche tradition of Christmas Eve, asked a local candy maker for some "sugar sticks" for them.[8][9][10][11] In order to justify the practice of giving candy to children during worship services, he asked the candy maker to add a crook to the top of each stick, which would help children remember the shepherds who visited the infant Jesus.[8][9][10] In addition, he used the white color of the converted sticks to teach children about the Christian belief in the sinless life of Jesus.[8][9][10] From Germany, candy canes spread to other parts of Europe, where they were handed out during plays reenacting the Nativity.[9][11] The candy cane became associated with Christmastide.[1]

The quest line is straightforward and involves no complicated tasks, sowe will only give the names of the quests and indicate where they start andwhere they end. Completing the quest line will grant you the Dangerous Love achievement and will unlock one of the daily quests.

Every day, you will be able to do 6 daily quests: four that require you tobring Lovely Charm Bracelets to your faction leaders, one given by agents of theCrown Chemical Co., where you will have to test their products, and onegiven by envoys of the Steamwheedle Cartel, where you will have to fight againstCrown Chemical Co..

Inside the area where you will be fighting, there are two cauldrons: Perfume Neutralizer makes you immune to Perfume attacks while Cologne Neutralizer makes you immune to Cologne attacks. Clickinga cauldron will create an item in your bags after a short cast time. Using thisitem is what gives you the immunity buff (which lasts 5 minutes).

Completing Sweet Tooth requires you to eat each of the followingcandies: Buttermilk Delight, Sweet Surprise, Dark Desire, Very Berry Cream. Each of them has an 80% chance to be containedin a Box of Chocolates, which can be bought from a Lovely Merchantfor 10 .

So, in honor of Valentine's Day -- and in the hopes of spicing things up -- we've revived our Object Lust column and dedicated it to the unsung romantic gifts and goodies that really set our hearts aflutter. Go ahead -- throw out your drugstore cards, your sweetheart candies and your long-stemmed bouquets. Because whether it's a favorite scent that makes 'em swoon or a stylish new contraceptive, our writers prove that the most romantic gifts don't always come in shiny heart-shaped packages.

I'm at the store downtown where I buy my perfume and cosmetics -- one of the last, great independent department stores with chitchat and gift wrap, with a pneumatic tube that rockets your money to the customer service department upstairs. It's Clinique free-gift-with-purchase week and I'm waiting in line, daydreaming about the high-tech moisturizer that will smooth my forehead, when I notice a glass tray of men's fragrances on the counter: a reflected bouquet of matte black bottles, Windex-blue bottles, clear glass bottles filled with amber liquid and lotions, and a candy-green glass bottle with a golden lid. Ralph Lauren's Polo cologne.

I rub my wrists together and breathe in my freshman year of high school. I was a Midwestern suburbanite who favored marshmallow-scented lip gloss and designer jeans. My fragrance of choice was Ralph Lauren's modestly named Lauren, which came in a square maroon bottle and smelled like polite girls. My boyfriends wore Polo cologne and button-down Polo shirts, ironed by their mothers, their brand loyalty blind and loving.

When I bring my face to my wrist, to Polo cologne, its lime and spice overtones, cloaking what -- What is it -- I'm back at the Stricklands' house. And then I'm back, not as far back, to my college dorm, trying not to cry in front of my roommates as I read Raymond Carver's short story "Distance." The last line is this: "They had leaned on each other and laughed until the tears had come, while everything else, the cold and where he'd go in it, was outside, for a while anyway."

So in thrall was I to the cult of the rose, that when my true love gave me a calla lily one Valentine's Day, I was taken aback. In flower literature, callas are associated with "magnificent beauty" -- not such a bad thing. But where were my roses What was this odd trumpet of a flower It looked so dignified in its vase, even slightly uptight, like a floral Katharine Hepburn. But the longer I studied it, the more I began to fall under its sway. The stem curved slightly, and the flower drooped just a bit, as if bending into a lover's arms. The petals were a chaste white, true, but they formed lips that encircled a fleshy, turgid stamen in a manner that could only be described as ... suggestive. The velvety whiteness practically begged caressing. My flower was a magnificent beauty with a dirty mind -- a virgin waiting, so to speak, to be deflowered.

Fado is the sound of raw longing. It's the taste of something you never had, or maybe had once but haven't been able to get out of your head since. While the style, which takes its name from the Portuguese word for "fate," frequently touches on the hardships of life or the love of the sea, it never strays far from its deeply romantic essence. Fado is the melody that comes streaming out of taverns, places where the smell of nicotine still hangs in the air and wine flows freely. It's music played very late at night, in dark corners, to accompany stolen kisses.

I'm talking about Encare vaginal contraceptive gel. One push of the pre-filled applicator coats the cervix with the sperm-obliterating agent Nonoxynol-9. The Columbus, Ind., manufacturer boasts it has an effectiveness rate of 94 percent. But since it doesn't protect against STDs, I like it best as a backup with a condom. That way, if your latex layer slips or breaks, you can still chat with your sweetie about where to get eggs benedict the next morning, not a prescription for Plan B.

It's a clichi to say that bar food is about repressed desire, that only something so bad for you can be so good. The truth is much simpler than all that. Bar food itself is not the turn-on; it's where you find the food that gets to our basic instincts. I'm at my best not when I'm trying to be sexy or look good, but when I'm relaxed enough to roll up my sleeves and eat. And in our quest to connect, aren't our odds increased if we let loose a little, stop sucking in the fat, and act like ourselves I'm not talking about loosen your tie, and kick off your heels -- I mean unbuckle your belt. While there may be some regret in the morning, there is no pretense about bar food. A wing is a wing. Sex is sex. As much as we think we want to be wined and dined, wooed over meals with multiple forks, maybe going to a bar, eating with your hands, and washing it down with beer is all it takes to make you realize life is perfect.

One aspect of the present invention provides a compound represented by formula (I), wherein, R1 is hydrogen or an acetyl group and R2 is a C1-3 straight chain or branched alkyl group. Another aspect of the present invention provides flavor or fragrance compositions comprising at least one compound of formula (I).

2. The compound of claim 1, wherein the compound is selected from the group consisting of ethyl 3-mercapto-2-methylbutanoate, methyl 3-mercapto-2-methylbutanoate and ethyl 3-acetylthio-2-methylbutanoate.

6. The composition of claim 4, wherein the compound is selected from the group consisting of ethyl 3-mercapto-2-methylbutanoate, methyl 3-mercapto-2-methylbutanoate, methyl 3-acetylthio-2-methylbutanoate and ethyl 3-acetylthio-2-methylbutanoate.

9. The composition of claim 5, wherein the solvent is selected from the group consisting of dipropyleneglycol, diethyl phthalate, isopropyl myristate, benzyl benzoate, 2-(2-ethoxyethoxy)-1-ethanol, ethyl citrate, ethanol, water/ethanol mixtures, limonene, a terpene, an isoparaffin, a glycol ether, a glycol ether ester or a combination thereof, and the composition is a fragrance composition. 59ce067264


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