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# 100405 11-Apr-2012 02:15
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I had a small amount sum of money saved up and I wanted to invest in something. I bought a bunch of  fragrances to sell. I found out this type of investment was not for me. I am not selling these items so I can go back and buy more, I am selling these items at cost to simply help recuperate my investment (Product cost + International shipping +  Customs fees and duties), so total cost price.

The fragrance product is Diesel Green by Diesel, 75ml, in masculine and feminine versions.
I have 12 of each version.
Selling for $40 each and will courier at my own cost.

Feminine version (male version same but different green)
Above is the feminine version. The masculine version looks the same but different green.

I read the rules for the offers and wanted section and felt my post does not classify as commercial selling, as I am not trying to sell for profit (price is my cost price).

Good for an inexpensive gift.

Post if interested.


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  # 607656 11-Apr-2012 06:51
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Hi Ryan

Looks like something I would paint a car with :P


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  # 607660 11-Apr-2012 07:46
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Diesel Green contains top notes of fresh greens, canadian fir and green leaf, middle notes of floral herbaceus, cyclamen, orris, carnation, mandarin, orchid, ginger, jasmine, sea rose and geranium and base notes of moss, musk, sandalwood and cedar.

"In the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." -
  --  Abraham lincoln


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  # 607661 11-Apr-2012 07:51
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With a bottle lie that I can't help but be curious about what it'd smell like lol

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