howtogeek — 2013-05-14T13:39:01-04:00 — #1
oma — 2013-05-15T00:02:05-04:00 — #2
Obsession doesn't work so well on women.
indefenseofcats — 2013-05-15T02:13:23-04:00 — #3
Interesting - I'll have to smell some of that! - Sir William the Cat at InDefenseOfCats.com
libre_lbelmont — 2013-05-15T08:25:19-04:00 — #4
Does it work the same on domestic cat too?
dreadfoot — 2013-05-15T11:15:17-04:00 — #5
It seems to me that the people responsible for this article are remiss and even culpable for not putting a strong caution in their report to men who may be hunting, fishing, hiking, etc in big cat country while wearing this cologne. There has been something of a rash of big cat attacks in many areas of the Rockies in recent years and one can not help but wonder if there is not some connection there. Certainly the authors should have had that concern mentioned, even highlighted regardless of how obvious it might seem to you or I.
dolphinimages — 2013-05-15T12:24:00-04:00 — #6
Dreadfoot the whole concept of a big game hunter in his camos, boots with high-powered rifles and laser scopes and night vision goggles sneaking through the bush while wearing Obsession cologne is so wrong on so many levels, becoming a treat for a big cat is not only inevitable, but why there is natural selection in nature in the first place.
dreadfoot — 2013-05-15T13:09:34-04:00 — #7
Thank you for your prompt response D.I. but you are sidestepping my point. I'm fully aware of the skills and abilities of the "big game hunter in his camos" and did not address my comments toward them. Another careful read of my original posting should reveal to you that I was speaking of the common folk, the joggers, the deer hunters, the hikers, the campers, etc.
In fact...please forgive my seeming impolite remark...but I see your response as not only flippant but totally irrelevant. All the readers had, I'm sure, already made the assumption from my offering that "big game hunters" would be better schooled than your ridiculous assertion.
hydro — 2013-05-15T18:31:51-04:00 — #8
either Fahrenheit or Ck One used to work well for cougars.
i mean so ive heard ....
sirraf03 — 2013-05-16T00:10:14-04:00 — #9
I don't know about anyone else, but, anytime I go in the woods, I don't wear cologne or scented deodorant.
I don't care if I'm hiking, camping, fishing, or what have you.
I learned a long time ago not to let nature know I'm around that way.
Too many accidents waiting to happen.
You save that stuff for ... another time.
grannykate — 2013-05-16T02:22:12-04:00 — #10
Sorry but male deodorant always brings this to mind:: )