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What do you think about patchouli?

lt_lisetteIt's easy to get mixed up with B.O.,
therefore I have a negative response to it. But to each their own.
Lisette Cooper
Santa Cruz | Student/Mother


lt_jenny
I can respect that other people
wear it but personally I
think it's really stinky.
Jenny Vivenzi
Santa Cruz | Recreation Coordinator in Watsonville

lt_jose
So long as you stay down wind I'm cool with it.
Jose Cruz
Santa Cruz | Firefighter


lt_eda
I think patchouli is just fine, I don’t mind the smell of it and I don’t know if it has other uses, but it's OK.
Eda Wendler
Santa Cruz | Retired
Comments (3)Add Comment
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written by Mrs.Lopez, July 18, 2011
My husband can NOT stand the smell of patchoulli, I however, find that it can be done right if on the right person with the right body chemistry, and they must have showered that day!!!
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written by Pumpernickel, July 12, 2011
HATE the smell of patchouli!
...
written by "Chas", July 12, 2011
Please Stay away from me patchouli!!! Ugh!!

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