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he kills a deer, he tans the hides, he stretches the skins, he makes an anodized aluminum frame, he learns how to extrude and weld… […] learned aerodynamics…Servo: First up on Hearts of Space, John Tesh with Whispering Firestorm. Then comes bay area musician Del Mondo with his Sominex Suite in B-flat. Joel [as Jack Perkins]: Then, Joyce Carol Oates will be out to read from her wonderous new work of fiction, her… some poignant stories of the joys and sorrows of being… There can't be any gift of perfection from outside ourselves. [...] Get ready to give chase to an injured eye creature; as you can see, he's wearing his Jack Purcell athletic shoes! Crow: [enthusiastically] Hey, what a coincidence, there were two guys named Bill Rebane!
It is divine and pure luxury and smells like what Coco Noir should smell like. The balsamic sweet base is strongly present on me at the end of the day.
There is heavy emphasis on the orange note and the underlying salt adds a sweet softness. Grapefruit, bergamot, francincense, geranium, rose, patchouli, fruit and an added kick of sandalwood. I love the bottle, because it suggests a sweet, balsamic and woody parfum with strong personality, but it doesn't fit to the parfum I smell on my skin.
From top to the bottom are grapefruit, roses, patchouli and bean. In past 4 years, it is very potent, rich and strong perfume but now a day, it is really modern, I can say, it is sexy and sensual, by the way, I love it very much I can't wait to try Coco Mademoiselle Intense, soon It took me while to appreciate this one. Actually I can describe Noir as a cheerful fragrance but not playful, bubbly or candy like. The bottle is very very chic but doesn't reflect the character of this perfume.
I get mostly vanilla and citrus from Noir which to me is very elegant but not distinctive among other Chanel perfumes.
Top notes: grapefruit, Calabrian bergamot, Heart: rose, narcissus, rose geranium leaf and jasmine. The juicy grapefruit along with the tonka bean and vanilla create a semi gourmand effect,but thanks to the patchouli this fades quickly,leaving a strong kinda masculine sour bergamont.
I mainly get some sweet incense and lots of spices. Imagine Coco Mademoiselle is the blonde sister, wears lots of pastels and is very sociable/outgoing/friendly/easygoing, everyone likes her. Coco Noir is warm, spicy, sexy, intriguing and very similar to Coco, but there is an underlying "greenness" that comes out, especially in the beginning. I imagine someone wearing it maybe at the airport, maybe at an art gallery...A treasure trove of splendours and an endless source of discovery and sensual delight.Then, in 2001, came Coco Mademoiselle, a breath of air that lightens this cornucopia of fragrance, in which everything is simplified and accelerated in a radiant burst of fruit and flower. Men have always sought an end to the toil and misery, but it can't be given, it has to be achieved. (points to the right while Servo makes missile noises) In you... (Fu Manchu sits down; the crew all make raspberry noises) Servo: Oh... Morrissey: This is a song that I wrote in a time in my life when I was very, very, very sad. It's called "Hairdresser in a Coma": I cried last night, I died a million deaths. Joel: [reading fan letter, a child's crayon scribble on graph paper] Cambot, put this up on still-store, there's no print, but it's a really good drawing of me, and, Crow, and... They were also unfortunate enough to have evolved with heavy-duty zippers running up their backs. I came up with this Holo-Clown Sequencer to cheer up the Bots but now I can't get it to shut off and it's getting hard to sleep at night and I'm tasting metal! It's a fetid little piece of tripe featuring sword and sorcery, Gary Lockwood and an embarrassed Basil Rathbone. Scabbing, inflexible, lethargic, mucus-expelling creatures having no spoken language and no particular powers with which to conquer. "For Coco Noir, I thought of Coco and of Coco Mademoiselle too, because it’s also part of the history.I wanted to continue exploring an entire esthetic range of CHANEL perfumery, a range that distinguishes itself from the Florals, one that is illustrated by Bois-des-Iles and Cuir de Russie. It’s what I like to call the CHANEL Coromandel culture, what you see and feel in her apartment.(See Notes below for help on using this page.) Crow: Hey Joel, uh... I looked up 'suspended animation' in the dictionary and I don't think that this is going to be any good at— [a spray of liquid nitrogen turns Crow frozen mid-sentence] —AAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL! It's like, there's a guy in a gorilla suit, and there's— he's got a robot head, and inside he's got kind of a bunch of clay… Then Hume Cronyn [and] Jessica Tandy will be out to tell us… Paul Nelson: He learned almost too late that man is a feeling creature… He learned too late for himself that men have to find their own way, to make their own mistakes. Crow: If you're ever in a fight with an eye creature, keep in mind that his head is simply draped casually over his shoulders and should be no trouble to knock off! There was nothing in the tunnel but the puzzled men of courage who suddenly found themselves alone with the shadows and darkness! give us a wonderous rendition from one of the songs off their scintillating new album. Still others, like this whisper-thin fellow, are born with tight acrylic wool-blend turtleneck sweaters from Chess King. There was no giant, no monster, no thing called Douglas to be followed.