- The expensive taste of a young man in perfumes has made him become so famous on the internet
- After sharing a photo of his beautiful vials, people wanted to know the reason behind getting them all
- There were tweeps who thought he must be fighting a strong kind of body odour to amass that many bottles
A man with the Twitter handle @C3rdric has initiated an interesting conversation about perfumes after he posted a photo showing his beautiful collection.
Showing that he is so fixated on collecting them, the man said: "Something's gotta kill a man." Many people who responded to his tweet said they love them.
There were some who wondered if he is battling body odour to collect that many vials of fragrance.
Some of the mixed reactions pointed out that the fact that his habit is a very expensive one.
See his post below:
As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has over 9,000 likes with hundreds of comments.
Below are some of the reactions:
"At first I thought it was for sale, mehn! this is an addiction."
"Abeg where una dey find this money from?? May God continue to bless you."
"If body odour see this one eh, nobody go tell am make him run..."
"Strong collection. Found that once you cross 75, better off storing them in a fridge. Btw ever combine? Try Encre Noir w/ Amouage Honour."
"The fact that I’m seeing all the bottles full is just disturbing me."
"Wow, this is crazy too much but wish na my neighbor......suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu every time am going out!"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @23chibby got much applause for the way he changed the faces of his gadgets.
In a tweet on Saturday, January 30, the young man posted the photo showing the new wooden colour skins of his laptop, phone, and gamepads.
Many praised him as some wondered if he is not scared that children could use his devices as goalposts since it looks like woods.
There were also people who wanted to know how he could help give their gadgets a new face.
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