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Another Dr. Squatch MAN SOAP commercial!

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What's it made out of, sand paper?

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I don't think so. Reviews I've seen are good.

I use girly products.

"When you can't look on the bright side, I will sit with you in the dark." ~ Alice in Wonderland

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I'm just curious what makes this soap more suited for men than women? I like the advertising concept. It's a unique and clever one. But I would guess the main difference is fragrance.

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Might be. Might be.

"When you can't look on the bright side, I will sit with you in the dark." ~ Alice in Wonderland

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I can't abide flowery fragrances. I mean, I love flowers as much as anyone. But I don't like lilac or lavender in soap or shampoo.

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I don't either. I prefer "clean" fragrances, but ones that aren't trying too hard.

"When you can't look on the bright side, I will sit with you in the dark." ~ Alice in Wonderland

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I like citrus or vanilla, actually.

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I can't abide flowery fragrances. I mean, I love flowers as much as anyone. But I don't like lilac or lavender in soap or shampoo.

Your opinion is a dumbest one. Those scents are traditionally for women anyway and you're not a woman.

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Same. At least, not the heavily scented ones. I usually use Ivory, Old Spice, and Irish Spring. Currently, I have Old Spice soap gel where I squeeze some on loofahs (for exfoliating purpose) and wash every part of my body. I like aloe soaps, but I agree with lavender and lilac. Sure they may smell good on others, but not on me.

When I was in teens, I was naive to think flowery fragrances would make me smell awesome but instead I smelt like sweaty flower fart fairy as if I'm the gardener planting flowers in the dumpster. Same with flowery perfume. One day, I didn't have deodorant and I have a guy friend who thought I smelled like a old whore attending Sunday church service and he teased he should ask me out for dinner. After that, I'd rather stick with Irish Spring and AXE.

Have you tried flowery scented laundry deodorant and fabric softener? My advice: be careful what you wish for.

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All excellent choices! I love the smell of Ivory soap, but the problem is that whenever I used it, I never ended up smelling like Ivory soap. It was just too neutral. Which is good and all because it would never interfere with any perfume or cologne. But I wish they made an "Ivory-scented" spritz.

Ohh, oi be lovin' a bit o' the oirish spring too! I also really liked how they layered the green and white. I can still hear the whistling at the end of the commercial, lol. But I think they changed the formula on that, and it went from smelling clean & fresh (and oi like it too!) to a very strong perfumey fragrance.

Old Spice is my go-to with deodorant. But when it comes to body wash I'll either go with Burt's Bees, or Doves, or make my own. There's a company from Etsy that sells a great organic fragrance-free bath wash that has minimal ingredients in it. I buy that, and in very small bottles, I'll add a fragrance of my choice so I can make it as strong or light as I like.

Yeah, I can see where if you're a guy, walking around smelling like faerie farts might not exactly be what you're aiming for. Then again…

"When you can't look on the bright side, I will sit with you in the dark." ~ Alice in Wonderland

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I know what you mean about Ivory. The scent seemed to fade rather quickly, but they smell great while you wash and your skin feel great afterward. That's what I like about it but at the same time, I'd rather keep smelling the scent for few more hours, making me smell clean. Yeah, I wish they made some sort of Ivory scented perfume or cologne or body spray because I'd definitely buy them! At least, they do have Ivory scented deodorant so there's that.

I've never seen the Irish Spring commercial so I went ahead and watched it and now the whistling won't get out of my head. Don't worry, oi like it! I actually didn't notice the difference in formula for me, so I guess I'll never know. I like charcoal and aloe the best, better than the rest, in my personal opinion.

Old Spice have great selection of deodorant. I like Bearglove and Wolfthorn deodorant body spray, better than AXE, Playboy, or cheap Power Stick. When it comes to the cologne, Gladiator or Sinful () has the best smell for me.

Oooh, I like Burt's Bees. They have some good stuff but they can be pricey. I never heard of Esty. I looked it up and they have interesting selection. Thanks for that!

Yeah, I can see where if you're a guy, walking around smelling like faerie farts might not exactly be what you're aiming for. Then again…

I understand some people love the smell of faerie farts, but I rather smell like I finally discovered Victoria's secret and now, I'm working on Victor's secret.

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When I was in teens, I was naive to think flowery fragrances would make me smell awesome but instead I smelt like sweaty flower fart fairy as if I'm the gardener planting flowers in the dumpster. Same with flowery perfume. One day, I didn't have deodorant and I have a guy friend who thought I smelled like a old whore attending Sunday church service …
Hilarious. Live and learn and I think most of us have done the same as awkward teenage boys. With cologne, less is more.

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With cologne, less is more.

True. I wish someone had suggested that to me 15 years ago. That way, I wouldn't have to walk around making people hyperventilate, collapse, and die in the close proximity.

Several years ago, I was in community college and I was attending career/internship class, which involved practicing interview. My professor did suggest the similar amount of body spray, perfume, and cologne, per the list of what NOT to do during the job interview. Like a couple of brief sprays, that's it. She also cautioned sometimes certain fragrance can remind the interviewer of bad times or bad relationship and decided not to hire you, meaning the interviewer can potentially act on personal feelings rather than professionally. Other times, it's just pungent smell.

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My rule with cologne is that no one should be able to really smell and appreciate it unless you're embracing them and sticking your tongue down their throat. If you're merely standing next to someone, they should only catch an occasional whiff.

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Some men's soaps like Irish Spring, tend to remind me of after shaves. Too strong.
I like a nice clean scent like Dove, or just plain unscented.
I use to hate going to church when I was a kid. Too many people with dueling colognes.

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What's frustrating is it's often like that at the gym as well. Women caked in makeup but also dowsed in heavy-hitting strong perfumes while you're trying to lift (ie: breathe deep) and all the while, try not to gag or cough.

I remember in church, most of the women, to me anyway, smelled like Lysol and Jean Nate.



"When you can't look on the bright side, I will sit with you in the dark." ~ Alice in Wonderland

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lol did Jean Naté smell like lemon?

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No.

"When you can't look on the bright side, I will sit with you in the dark." ~ Alice in Wonderland

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Oh ok…

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Jean Nate… Yuk! 😞
I remember that well…
Thankfully, I don't visit a gym.
I have my treadmill and an excercise bike down in our basement. I also do my yoga excercises.
Things are weird though.
I won't say that I was a social butterfly before this whole shit storm hit us…
On the other hand, over the past months, I've discovered just how much I miss being out and about, and I have discovered that there are people out there who need and miss me.

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Jean Nate. Wasn't that stuff stanky? Yuck. And there really was something about Lysol mixed in there too. (Combined with the smell of Pine Sol or whatever they used to wax the church pews). It was just an assault on the senses because eventually it inhabited your sinuses and throat.

I take yoga once a week, and still do lifting, but I haven't returned to the gym. I do have a yoga instructor, though, and I find that she keeps me accountable not just for yoga but for everything else, by having someone to monitor my progress and having someone to check in with.

I'm looking into getting a treadmill for home (I know time passes if I can watch a movie or two sitcoms back to back, - boom - an hour of cardio done!).

I'm not a social butterfly anywhere really, except for the gym and the dog park. The pandemic, though, has made me feel like even getting groceries is one of my social events on the calendar.

"When you can't look on the bright side, I will sit with you in the dark." ~ Alice in Wonderland

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I got a couple bars of these a month ago.

Cedar Citrus & Bay Rum

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A very clever commercial.



Schrodinger's Cat walks into a bar, and doesn't! 😸

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All of their commercials are quite clever.

"When you can't look on the bright side, I will sit with you in the dark." ~ Alice in Wonderland

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Cool!



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I dig the product. Natural ingredients and scent. I’ve had the cedar citrus one, and I think pine tar.

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Fuck showering,I just coat myself in Brute45 bodyspray.

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The only problem with this ad is that they need a dad bods mixed in.

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Perhaps, yeah. But here's another one:



"When you can't look on the bright side, I will sit with you in the dark." ~ Alice in Wonderland

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I love those commercials. They're clever and funny, and they sell it just right. I want to try them.

I'm going to try pine tar and citrus soaps, as I love pine and citrus scented stuff. I read some soaps can be rough on skin, which led me to think it has great exfoliating soaps to scrub off dead skin off you.

I came across one commercial on Facebook recently and they have natural shampoo which are supposed to improve the conditions of your hair, unlike the ones stores sell. Interesting…..

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