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What do we want?
TO GIVE THEM THE FINGER!

When do we want it?
OH MY GOD ALL THE FUCKING TIME??

A giant foam fuck you: cotton candy, red pepper, and clove bud.

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This starts out smelling just like Red Hots candies, then dries down into a candied clove scent. More like clove-scented hard candies than clove cotton candy on my skin.

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Cinnamon candy. This smells like spicy cinnamon candy. Good throw and wear length.

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Spirit Fingers smells like spicy candy. I get more of the spicy clove than the red pepper on me, but this is one of those clove notes that has a cinnamon-y aspect to it. So yeah, cinnamon candy. I have to smell it up close to smell any sort of cotton candy fluff, but when I do, it kind of makes me think of the cotton candy note in Mouse Circus.

 

I have sensitive skin, and this didn't burn me at all, so it's not that intensely spiced, in case that has deterred anyone from trying it.

 

If anyone is wondering how this compares to Game Over, I think this has more sugar to it (maybe because Game Over has that cherry blossom note). I like them both and would have to death match the two to see which one I like more. I think this smells nice, but I don't think I need a bottle of this one.

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Spicy candy, both very spicy and very sweet! I agree with all the previous reviews saying cinnamon candy, because that was my immediate association as well.

 

It's very sugary to my nose, and definitely gives a strong candy vibe.

 

As it dries, it stays sweet, but the cinnamon/red hots smell turns a bit more clove with warm woody spices.

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Sweet clove candy. It goes away from overpowering candy, to a musky, pepper with clove. I'm pretty sure that's what pepper ends up doing on me. I can see warm, woody spices being a good descriptor for this.

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