Throw away that musty old bacon cologne; there's a new eau de piglette here to make sweet porky love to your nostrils. Que, from Pork Barrel BBQ, was forged from the sweet crackling char of Mt. Oink.
Apparently Patrick McCarthy, a vice president of sales at Microsoft, has an odd side project: Convincing people that buying his money-scented perfumes and colognes will make them feel more confident.
It must be puzzling, working for a perfume company and trying to figure out how to market it to internet users. Brazilian company Kaiak found the most amazing solution to show people just how good (I'm presuming) their cologne is.
Justin Timberlake's "Play" cologne (rhymes with "alone," remember) for Givenchy tries to emulate handheld gadgets with Play/Rewind/Forward touch buttons, but it's all a trick. You can never rewind to that less-smelly, less-desperate time before you bought this stuff.
The merchandising machine for the upcoming Star Trek film is getting fired up with a slew of absurd and unrelated products—including a three-fragrance lineup for men.