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About Snuffleupagus

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  • Birthday April 18


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    Honeyed Apple
  • Favorite Scents
    Popcorn Ball Snake Oil / Voluminous Red Blanket / Excellent Pancakes / Sweet Potato Musk / Samhain

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  1. Snuffleupagus


    Like Cocoa Puffs folded into brownie batter. Fudgy, but not too dense. Great longevity, too!
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    Honeyed Apple

    A tart, green, honey-coated apple ensconced in a gauze-like cloud of heady, vaporous sweetness that glimmers like a mirage on the horizon. 🍏✨
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    Braving the Ice

    I smell a thin layer of sticky pomegranate goo sandwiched between two crumbly, buttery cookies and topped with a white chocolate drizzle! I’m not really getting any mint. This reminds me of some sort of breakfast junk I had as a teen, and I think it’s those Special K Red Berries Cereal Bars. It smells more fruity closer to the skin, and the butter is dancing about happily in its little butter cloud.
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    Pumpkin Booze

    Another early Weenie test! Bottle: Spicy cinnamon pumpkin booze. Wet: Pumpkin, clove, orange, hint of cinnamon. This smells like a Yule. Dry: Ah, there's the booze again! Something about the final stage leans into 2019 Samhain territory for me.
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    I tested a frimp of this without checking the notes first. And it was all Dots. Jujubes? Dots and/or Jujubes. Me gusta. When I looked at the scent description, I was shocked to see orange blossom because I usually don’t get along with orange blossom scents, yet Maenad is oh-so-charming. Since my mind was already stuck on “movie theater candy,” the subtle stankiness of the orange blossom crept up my nostrils like whiffs of movie theater seats of questionable cleanliness. Not like butt, but like a ghost of a must. It sounds unflattering, but it all works together wonderfully. After a few hours of wear, it’s Dots again, only fainter, like when the bits would cling to your teeth and you had to scrape them out with your fingernails.
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    Sugar Cookie

    2005 version: Love it! There's a hint of cherry in the bottle and on the skin when freshly applied that develops into a lightly-caramelized crystal sugar topping. There was something a bit watery up-close in the drydown. But it transforms into a crunchy sugar cookie - almost shortbready - with a bit of give in the middle.
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    Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Buns

    I usually wait a few weeks or more before testing, but I just HAD to take this for a spin. It's ok so far. There's the cinnamon icing and a dusting of pumpkin spice, but I wanted the warm, gooey bakery part of the cinnamon bun to be more pronounced. (You know what I'm talking about, ye who hath also snorfled the local mall's Cinnabon fumes.) I'm going to wait a while longer to retest it, and if anything changes, I'll report back!
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    Dragon Slide

    Came for Thin Mint ice cream, but what I got is white chocolate chips folded into vanilla cake batter with an eensy drop of peppermint flavoring. Cute! The name/label got the Dragon Tales theme song stuck in my head, so now I have that association with this perfume.
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    Pumpkin Gazpacho

    I'm getting mainly the pumpkin, sage, and cream. The cucumber is a little further in the background, and I can smell the bell pepper and tomato closer to the skin. This is different...and utterly delightful! But for those afraid of smelling like Soup About Town, I'd say it'd be hard for innocent bystanders to tell what it is without knowing it's called "Pumpkin Gazpacho." It's savory, herby, tangy, autumnal. It's a little soupy secret.
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    Looking for Beeswax Recommendations That Don't Have Honey

    Utter Sophistication from Fatherhood 2019!
  11. Snuffleupagus

    Gingerbread Champaca Hair Gloss

    So, the Gingerbread Man walks into a head shop.
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    Banana Bread

    I get classic banana bread that has just been set on the counter to cool. It's browned on the outside and dense on the inside. (Don't eat it yet; you'll burn your mouth!) It has great staying power and moderate-ish throw.
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    Pumpkin Seed and Terebinth Pitch Hair Gloss

    It’s savory and sweeter than I expected, with a faint lick of smokiness lurking in the shadows. This is my first terebinth encounter, and I’m smitten! It’s like pumpkin seeds tossed in brown sugar and roasted over a campfire.
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    Metal Twins

    Try to keep an open mind when I say this: It smells like Vanilla-flavored Pediasure. And I love it. The cake batter and flan is there; that’s just what it happens to morph into in my nosebrain. It’s very comforting. ❤️
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    Sour Gummi

    Gently sour, like your younger sibling licked off all the citric acid and put the gummy worm back in the bag. The “flavor” is evasive; my initial thoughts were blue raspberry, as well, but it could very well be a bunch of different fruits meshing together. Sometimes I think I get a hint of orange. The Snake Oil is there, but it’s a shy snek. I’m really happy with how this turned out, because it was almost all vaguely-sugared Snake Oil when I first got it (no “sour” or “gummi” to be found). Another Dangernoodle hit!