Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 14:37
Three workers, Zeke ( Richard Pryor ), Jerry ( Harvey Keitel ), and Smokey ( Yaphet Kotto ), are working at a car plant and drinking their beers together. One night, when they steal away from their wives to have some fun, they get the idea to rob the local union''s bureau safe. First they think it is a flop, because they get only six hundred dollars out of it, but then Zeke realizes that they also have gotten some "hot" material. They decide to blackmail their union. The best reason for that is the union itself. All three are provoked by the fact that the union claims to have lost ten thousand dollars by their robbery. Written by Oliver Heidelbach
Both Book and Velvet are perfect scents for the more androgynous side of my aesthetic. With that said, the bad: neither of these has huge lasting power, even compared to Santal 88 (which itself has less than Butterfly). One spray on the wrist is initially quite strong, but it fades within 8-9 hours to the point that I can only get a faint whiff if I vigorously sniff my wrist. In particular, with Velvet, the smoky notes fade first, leaving behind a lovely (but more bland) floral scent. As a result, I 8767 m in two minds about whether I would re-purchase either, or keep looking for other alternatives.
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So, then, let’s move on to hell. Whether “hell is other people” (as The Good Place suggests) or endless, perfect solitude, or fiery pits of eternal damnation, the general consensus is that it’s bad. Who in their right mind wants to end up there? I don’t … but, like, I’m afraid I might? I don’t think I’m a bad person I have good intentions and I am not consciously unkind. But, as Chidi found out in The Good Place , that may not be enough. Whenever I start thinking about it, I always resolve to be more actively good and, for a while, I work on it. And then, slowly but surely, I slide back into the “normal” routine. Sigh. If hell is real, then I am probably going to it … even though I don’t have a vanity license plate.
At Sephora, I also tried Stella Peony, and found it to be very similar if not identical to the way I remember the original perfume. However, whereas in the past, I recall thinking it was a spicier fragrance than my usual florals (it has notes of pepper in it), this time I thought it was definitely on the sweet side as compared to something like Santal 88. I think it would be a good match for the more femme side of my aesthetic like my Artist style avatar, Peony is soft but not without its edges. It’s going on my short-list as a possible buy. I have typically only had one “signature” perfume at a time, but with the way my style has evolved, it would make sense for my perfume library to expand a bit.
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Not really, but I could not resist the title. This is one of the more bizzaro combinations I have put together lately, but I really like how it came together. I’m also digging the greenish-grey-black colour palette there is a sort of moldy metallic thing happening. The fit of these pants is slightly off, but in an intriguing way. I think they would be more flattering if they were a slimmer cut, but their boxiness emphasizes the menswear vibe, further amplified by these Louise et Cie loafers as opposed to a daintier flat or heels.
Right off the bat, I was intrigued by Santal. It is extremely different than any other perfume I’ve ever worn, but I quickly became obsessed with its smokiness. To me, it feels like a bit of an enigma, a mood that is hard to pin down. (I hasten to add that, as popular as it may be in other parts of the world, I’ve never smelled this on anyone locally, and it’s not worn by anyone in my immediate circle. No scent associations!) In contrast, I found Iris to be almost too clean and crisp still pleasant but not as memorable. Rose was lovely, but too straightforwardly sweet, though I kinda liked the result of layering it over Santal.
I was super pumped to find this Tibi skirt at my local consignment store it’s right up my alley. So much so that it’s actually quite similar to a piece I already have – a Vanessa Bruno dress that has a similar, apron-style pleat section in the front. (This Tibi skirt has a pleated back as well, though it’s plain black not patterned like the front.) I’ve struggled with how to wear that dress for reasons too mundane to detail here, so this now gives me the choice of replacing it with something more wearable. Will I? I was all set … aaaand then started to have second thoughts almost immediately. The VB dress has a cool black-and-white contrast thing going on isn’t there room in my closet for two cool, pleated pieces? Counterpoint: is there room in my closet for two very similar pieces? I don’t know, friends. I just don’t know. In the meantime, let’s leave aside the difficult questions and just enjoy this stress-free outfit.
After about a week, I was more or less ready to pull the trigger on Santal, but as soon as I went back to the Le Labo website, I started having second thoughts. The price is $755CAD for 55 mL. I just couldn’t talk myself into it, but I also didn’t want to give up the scent (no pun intended). I started researching “dupes” and made a list of possible contenders. These included Commodity’s Book, Sarah Jessica Parker’s Splash SPJ, and Maison Louis Marie No. 9 Bois de Balincourt. In the process, I also discovered that one of my old favourite perfumes, Stella McCartney In Two Peony, which was discontinued years ago, was recently reissued. Armed with my list, I decided to head to Sephora.