Skip to comments.Bruce Willis: the "manliest scent in the world"
Posted on 07/07/2010 9:38:15 AM PDT by MissTed
The COO of the company distributing this new fragrance which goes on sale today says: "I personally feel that the new Bruce Willis fragrance is the manliest scent in the world." Among the reported ingredients are grapefruit, pepper, and vetiver. Yummy.
*girly sigh* Great pic! Personally, I think a lumber yard is the manliest scent.
I like his movies ...
Essence of Jock Strap.
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
Wonder if they will come out with an Asian version? Lets ask Japanese Bruce Willis....
Whats that smell like ???
Wow, that’s seroiusly disturbing man on so many levels, watching that video felt unholy, like flying a kite at night, it ain’t right. I need to go for a walk to clear my mind, honestly, that messed me up man ....
But you haven’t smelled Bruce Willis yet:) I think he/they could have come up with something a little more original than just his name tho.
Vetiver smells divine. Guerlain has been making a men’s fragrance called “Vetiver” for years. My father used to use it. It smells very clean, sort of woods and grass and maybe a little lemony.
Vetiver is a grass-like plant.
I was gifted a bottle of perfume made of it, last week.
It’s one of my favourites now, right at the top.
The smell is neither overpowering, nor nausea-inducing. It’s perfect.
Me too, I like all "messin' with the wrong guy" movies.
Just fired paper shotgun hulls.
A modern interpretation of a spicy, aromatic classic. Vetiver, the legendary scent of India, is blended with sweet orange, nutmeg and tarragon to create this powerful, mysterious fragrance.
Particularly on a hot summer Friday afternoon?
My young man loves the smell of gasoline and the swamp around the jersey beaches. I bet the new Mrs Willis may have had something to do with this cologne. I like Bruce’s sarcasm and sense of humor.
I'll let you know what I find out! ;o)
I’m an ‘80s throwback.
Hair down to my beltline.
Still wear Drakkar.
Hoppes ?? REAL MEN make their own Ed’s Red. . . (grin)
Funny you say that...Mrs. VC loves the way I smell after a day at the ole’ cabinet shop.
...agreed! Nothing beats the scent of Bay Rum. Except Hi-Karate! :)
LOL....Sorry to disturb you...I was making reference to a bit on the show REDEYE. They played a clip of Japanese Bruce Willis...And I thought it was funny...
Essence of skid marks.
If they could blend the smell of a cabinet shop, black pepper, burned gunpowder, saddle leather, new car, and sun-dried laundry, with a hint of puppy breath, I think men would buy it and women would like to smell it on men.
Motor oil mixed with WD-40 makes a fine cologne.
The smell of a double down from kfc. Nice smell for a man.
That does sound lovely, light, manly. I don't care at all for most of the men's colognes in recent years, much too heavy and too girly.
(Do I really need to add that Bruce doesn't have to wear anything at all to be manly??) ;)
Shop for a lot of wood, do you? :)
Gun toting women agree with you, wku man. Some lead down range, a little sweat and Hoppe’s #9 = romance. None of that girly smelling stuff for my guy! LOL!
I want a scent of gunpowder and Hoppe’s #9.
Right Guard (Brown Aerosol Can)
i’ll keep my cKn2u TYVM.
That or Midnight Steel.
Did when I was single. (That could be taken in soooo many ways!) lol ;o)
Hi-Karate. . . now that brings back some gooood and long forgotten memories. :)
My cologne is the smell you get when you have just “Q’ed” a pork butt or 6 hour ribs. LOL But Hopps is good too.
Too bad Old Spice already took the “the man your man could smell like” ad campaign.
It can be the manliest smell in the world. Its still perfume and wearing perfume is for women and benders...
BACON! BACON! And more BACON!
I don’t know what the best smell is, but one of the worst is that stale beer, fishing, sweating-and-sunburning-all day smell. Yuck!
The Most Interesting Man in the World’s blood smells like cologne.
I’ll have to whiff me some off that next time I’m at a perform counter
a recent study, made in the volcanic institute in Israel, by Dr. Nativ Dudai found out that the plant is capable of growing in a fuel contaminated ground. In addition to that, the study discovered that the plant is also able to clean the ground, so in the end, the soil is almost fuel-free
The oil is amber brown and rather thick. The odor of vetiver oil is described as deep, sweet, woody, smoky, earthy, amber, balsam.
They sell it at Bloomingdale’s.
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