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Eau My 1.7-oz Cologne Spray

4.6 out of 5 stars 482 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Officially licensed fine fragrance by Tru Fragrance and Omni Consumer Products
  • A Clean, Refreshing Fragrance for Men and Women
  • Set phasers to stunning!

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Set Phasers to Stunning. George Takei's Eau My is a clean, refreshing fragrance for Men and Women. Subtle and charming, with top notes of mandarin zest, Italian bergamot and fresh ozone transitioning to night-blooming jasmine, white freesia petals and grated ginger. Sensual woods, crystalized amber, soft skin musk, and vetiver will delight you when dry.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00GS83884
  • UPC: 885137810490 885308955555 087327003266
  • Item model number: 90145
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (482 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,652 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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I put on Eau My before going out, and needless to say, I went from Solo to Sulu in a matter of seconds.
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Not sure what some of these complaints are about. As a woman, I found this cologne not only made me feel witty and sassy, but it immediately improved my fencing skills. If I keep this up, I'll be a pro fencing contender in no time at all... if I can manage to keep my shirt on.

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Had to remove a star due to police harassment over my impromptu toplessness. What's up with the gender discrimination?!
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By Maria on December 16, 2013
This cologne made me feel like more of a man. I don't know if that's good or bad considering I"m a woman.
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With the litany of humorous reviews, I thought perhaps a more serious one would be helpful albeit less entertaining. How often do people buy scents they never smell? Rarely; me...never. I took a chance on George Takei's Eau My and I am pleasantly surprised. Lacking any experience in describing scents or their sources let me do my best to convey:

It is light and fresh, almost like a fresh linen smell, airy, not heavy, a touch of spice and as it settles in it takes on a pheromone -like character; almost a mild sweat like a mildly hot & bothered perspiration, not sweaty dirty, that my wife says made her head turn (it HAD to be the cologne after 22 years of marriage)

There is a floral note (freesia?) that could be a bit off-putting to guys that prefer spicy, woodsy or heavier night scents. If you like Acqua di Gio, Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue or similar, you will like this.
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I am a man of science, and as such, recently conducted an experiment to test the validity of Mr. Takei's claim that "Eau My" will, to paraphrase, "deliver the finest scent in the whole of the Alpha Quadrant." In the interest of fairness, my assistant delivered three different scents on three different nights: one was the "leading brand," one was saline. The last was, of course, "Eau My." He recorded the events that transpired - keeping in mind that I was unaware (at the time) of what was being administered.

The first was the leading cologne. My assistant noted more compliments than I typically received on my scent, but nothing of particular significance. The second was saline solution. No effects, either beneficial or adverse, were noted. The third contained Takei's "Eau My." By 8 PM, I had bedded seven women. Two of the encounters were threesomes; one was a foursome. My success continued as I began touring trendy, upscale New York clubs. Each invited my assistant and me to their respective VIP sections at no charge, as well as refusing payment for drinks on the grounds that "a man of your stature is above such things."

Riding high on the wave of Takei's sprayable elixir, I pulled out the bottle and decided to refresh my scent. That, my friends, is where it all went so terribly wrong. The club lights painted the walls in a horrifying way - a sea of faces writhing and contorting themselves into pained expressions - while the sound of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" turned into a cacophony of anguished shrieks, each building and building until I felt my psyche shrink into itself a thousand times over. I collapsed onto the floor, and looked up to see the man who I believed was the Devil, but was in fact my assistant.
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Finally we can all smell the way a respectable Starfleet Officer should, Whether it be fighting against the Romulans, negotiating a peace-treaty with the Klingon Empire or meeting the fate of your red shirted counterparts.

Just remember to set your phasers to stunning and.......Make it so!
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After spraying Eau My liberally on myself. Ensign Smith allowed me to play with his Phaser (boy was I stunned)!
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Whether you be male or female, gay or straight (or hell, all of the above), just remeber: It's OK to smell like Takei!
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