M-75 perfume named after Gaza-made missile

OMG! A new perfume created in Gaza will bear the name of a missile designed by Hamas and which was fired at Jerusalem and Tel Aviv during Operation Pillar of Defense.

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  1. Alain41 says:

    Don’t let the Nobel Committee know. They’ll award next year’s Peace Prize to the perfume.

    From current article on perfume: http://www.dw.de/smell-business-demands-wealth-of-science/a-16427763

    “…people were prepared to pay a high price, and some, like Napoleon or certain Kings used a bottle or more a day, which cost a lot, explained the guide. “In today’s terms, considering what people paid in those days, it would have cost 2000 euros a bottle, so some people were spending about 80,000 euros a month on perfume.” … But it was worth it, because scent apparently leant political stability too, JM Farina’s guide told DW, “There was nothing better than for an emperor to always smell the same, because if an emperor always smelt the same, the subjects would assume that this kind of person never changes, so the whole political system couldn’t change because the person was never changing.”…”

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