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Topic created by PJ
on Tue, 10 Dec 2013 at 06:12

PJ said on Tue, 10 Dec 2013 at 06:12...

I saw these very strange "news" items floating about. Reading them I thought....how queer! Thinking again they look like a carefully crafted, and somewhat cynical, attempt to create a buying frenzy.

This one is very odd:

"X was unable to sleep for several days because she was worried after hearing a rumor that some fragrances for sale can arouse powerful sensual feelings...She later asked her husband to phone an online shop. The man who answered confirmed that he was selling many kinds of sexually-arousing perfumes, each of them costing from VND900,000 to VND2 million per bottle. The man claimed that scents from the perfumes give their users feelings of excitement and high sexual desire"

I think 2 million Vietnamese Dong is about 950 bucks!!!

This one is obviously, to borrow a delicious phrase, a crock of shit:

"There are rumors that many women have been victims of these perfumes. For example, an office worker at a company in Ho Chi Minh City said that her boss gave her a luxury bottle of perfume as a gift that he bought during a business trip abroad and asked her to try it. Her whole body turned hot and she experienced high sexual desire after using it. When she awoke, she was terrified to find herself completely naked"

Rumors! Or have you ever found your self in a similar predicament? You are minding your own business when a powerful man offers you a bottle of perfume. Next thing you know you are starkers and never-mind the Vietnamese Dong.

Incidentally the articles also include a tasteless reference to getting one on the oven...making me think again that this is a very naff stunt dreamed up in Vietnam.

equestrian mistress said on Thu, 16 Jan 2014 at 22:28...

I think it was written by some student newspaper - so maybe not a cynical marketing ploy, PJ.

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