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 Post subject: Smell like a Seahawk
 Post Posted: Sun Apr 07, 2013 9:14 am 
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Saw this in an antique store in Lincoln City yesterday, in case anyone was interested in smelling like a hawk from the '70's. I didn't dare to open it, but it was still full.

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 Post subject: Re: Smell like a Seahawk
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I would buy that simply as a collectors item, then give the fluid to Pehawk for his "luring".

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 Post subject: Re: Smell like a Seahawk
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man you gotta open that, if its anything like the 70's seahawks I bet spring loaded snakes and confetti come out of it......always expect the unexpected!

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 Post subject: Re: Smell like a Seahawk
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It probably smells like chloroform

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 Post subject: Re: Smell like a Seahawk
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It probably Avon, they made all kinds of neat stuff like that. And its more than likely "Wild Country" aftershave.

Wife used to sell the stuff and we had all kinds of various shapes and sizes. I still keep one that is exactly a small Coleman Lantern, and another that's the original plaid Thermos. They are both cute as hell.

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 Post subject: Re: Smell like a Seahawk
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It probably Avon, they made all kinds of neat stuff like that. And its more than likely "Wild Country" aftershave.

Wife used to sell the stuff and we had all kinds of various shapes and sizes. I still keep one that is exactly a small Coleman Lantern, and another that's the original plaid Thermos. They are both cute as hell.

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Cute as hell?! You sir are losing it.

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It probably Avon, they made all kinds of neat stuff like that. And its more than likely "Wild Country" aftershave.

Wife used to sell the stuff and we had all kinds of various shapes and sizes. I still keep one that is exactly a small Coleman Lantern, and another that's the original plaid Thermos. They are both cute as hell.

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Cute as hell?! You sir are losing it.



No, you need to see these things. They are very close miniatures of the real things. The lantern even has a bail type handle.

Don't knock those old Avon deals they were very popular and pretty valuable at one time.

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The Radish wrote:
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It probably Avon, they made all kinds of neat stuff like that. And its more than likely "Wild Country" aftershave.

Wife used to sell the stuff and we had all kinds of various shapes and sizes. I still keep one that is exactly a small Coleman Lantern, and another that's the original plaid Thermos. They are both cute as hell.

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Cute as hell?! You sir are losing it.



No, you need to see these things. They are very close miniatures of the real things. The lantern even has a bail type handle.

Don't knock those old Avon deals they were very popular and pretty valuable at one time.

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I wasn't knocking the items, just your descriptive wording.

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 Post subject: Re: Smell like a Seahawk
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Tell you what I'll dig them out, take a picture, post it here for you and you can decide.

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 Post subject: Re: Smell like a Seahawk
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Tell you what I'll dig them out, take a picture, post it here for you and you can decide.

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Ok, but I promise I won't call them cute though :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: Smell like a Seahawk
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Saw this in an antique store in Lincoln City yesterday, in case anyone was interested in smelling like a hawk from the '70's. I didn't dare to open it, but it was still full.


Mistake #1. You need to go back and buy it. A great collectible. I heard it works even better than Sex Panther.


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 Post subject: Re: Smell like a Seahawk
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I just don't know how you could not call these cute. Perhaps the south has a different definition of that word. Not quite 6" tall and from the 70s if I remember correctly, perhaps the early 80s.


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Saw this in an antique store in Lincoln City yesterday, in case anyone was interested in smelling like a hawk from the '70's. I didn't dare to open it, but it was still full.


Mistake #1. You need to go back and buy it. A great collectible. I heard it works even better than Sex Panther.


Smells like Bigfoot's dick!

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Radish, they are cool, but not cute. I would definitely buy them though.

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