By motherfuck666 - 18/05/2014 21:21 - United States - San Francisco
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If you pass out, then you know it's working. Men are immune to the chloroform in it. The reason? If you're using axe, you're in desperate need of affection.
Thank you 23. I sometimes feel terrible for actually using it. Especially when I look at the back of the bottle and see how it's supposed to attract girls to complete douches. But Phoenix and Jet I actually use. But I only started using them because they were named for things that fly... Yeah, I probably have some issues...
You should tell him it's way too strong. He might not realize it. And you probably aren't the only one suffocating either.
I definitely feel that she should tell her boyfriend, but it may or may not be that big of an issue. Except for the axe... But my sister used to tell me that I sprayed way too much cologne every morning and that she could taste it, in the hallway, through my closed door. And I'd do one spray of Hugo Boss every morning, so it's not really possibly for me to spray less. So I guess my point is that it may smell stronger to some people and he might not be using very much to begin with. My cologne smells strong to my sister, but I tend to get compliments on it from everyone else.
He's like a middle school boy. They use a fuck ton of that stuff. It's horrible.
Ah, middle school..... the days when I went through a period of frequent, serious migraines (the kind that cause nausea and double vision). The cause, according to the doctor? Strong cologne. The boy who sat in front of me in science class literally was making me vomit with Axe.
Despite popular opinion, I really do like Axe. I don't bathe in it, though it sounds like your boyfriend does.