Ahhh, nothing smells as fresh and sensual as communism in a bottle. It makes for a perfect stocking stuffer during Christmas–unless you lived in Fidel Castro’s atheist Cuba of previous decades, where Christmas was banned. 407 more words
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As Peter Jordens indicates, it seems like my previous post ‘Cuba: Hugo Chávez and Ernesto “Che” Guevara Perfumes’ needs a follow-up. It seems that the Cuban government has reacted against the use of revolutionary figures for perfume sales. 134 more words
After all, what are we going to do now that the Cuban government has decided to ruin the Ché-Chávez fragrance fun?
The heroism and bravery of Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez and Argentina’s Ernesto “Che” Guevara will now be translated into two perfumes named in their honor: Hugo and Ernesto. 404 more words
This site has been relying on a visual metaphor for cultural emanations of communism. We never thought of the sense of smell.
We’re thinking again, what with the products that a Cuban company called Labiofam has just brought out, in hopes that the wafting aroma of Marxist-Leninist heroes will attract the cologne-buying public. 308 more words
Al Presidente de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro.
Tuve el placer de escuchar tu discurso en la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas. 164 more words