Alibi Strip Club Smell
February 9, 2012 by staff
Alibi Strip Club Smell, Supposedly, “Alibi” aftershave can hide the strip club smell from your bloodhound wife or girlfriend. The men’s cologne, making a hit in South Africa and Europe, may be on its way to the U.S. to help your sad excuse from coming home late — well — look legit.
According to a story from the Huffington Post, an after-hours gentleman’s club in South Africa is making headlines for creating a product to help men who love to “make it rain” in front of scantily-clad women.
“Mavericks” is promoting an “Alibi” aftershave that masks the strip club smell one gets after partying all night with pole dancers sporting 10 inch stilettos.
It’s the all familiar aroma that blankets your Brooks Brothers suit, even if you’re there long enough to down a long neck. But what can you expect in a club where women shake their money makers and jiggle their fannies all about your face?
The makers of the cologne and aftershave product spared no expense in giving handles to the new line. For example, one catchy name inspired by a worn-out excuse is one of the most popular in the brand.
“My Car Broke Down” is a fragrance that mimics grease, oil, engine smoke, and burning rubber one would expect after being stranded on a dark road far away from the next exit. Imagine that?
So what do women have to say about this new innovative fragrance for their cheating – ehem – faithful husbands and boyfriends?
“If he’s coming home at 1 o’clock in the morning, I don’t care. You can wear Alibi all you want, we’re still gonna have to look for that alibi,” said Margy Bons from Operation Homefront.
One Florida resident, who lives in Apollo Beach, had this to say:
“It’s going to take more than an ‘Alibi’ aftershave to get rid of the strip club smell. If you’ve ever been in the place, the aroma hits you and stays with you long after you’ve gotten home.”
“Pooty” from the Bay Area in Tampa says that “you can fool some of the people some of the time, but if it looks like a duck and smells like a duck; in my book it’s a duck.”
That said; is this savvy “cheating empowerment” aftershave just for men? While that is a good question, there’s no evidence to suggest that “Alibi” aftershave, the strip club smell killer, is for women at this time. But as they say: “Two can play at that game.”
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