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Best perfumes for MEN

Are you wondering how to look elegant and sophisticated on your first date? or how to make your crush fall for you? What researches say that smelling good makes you more confident which ultimately makes you more attractive as a result your chances of appealing your crush rises. Now one can understand why this market is so huge since it has got abundant of loyal customers. Every year thousands of perfumes are being introduced around the globe in the fashion industry even some of them are priced in thousands of dollars. These perfumes are enriched with natural ingredients sometimes such as jasmine, seed oil, or rosemary oil. This is why these perfumes are placed at higher prices since their cost of production is exceptionally high. Veraciously these products are all about glamour!

1. Penhaligon The Inimitable William Penhaligon

Wildly popular and critically acclaimed, The Inimitable William Penhaligon is the choice of the Royal Family. This irresistible men’s cologne opens with a remarkable fragrance elegantly balanced by dashes of bergamot and jasmine that segues into a woody heart of cedar, incense, and vetiver.

 

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2. Le Labo Santal 33

This unisex fragrance often fills the office here at Man of Many thanks to its intoxicating blends of wood, spices, and leather. Described as “An open fire…The soft drift of smoke…Where sensuality rises after the light has gone” it’s no wonder this scent has such a cult following. Often falling onto top 10 perfume for men lists thanks to its warm, musky and addictive smell.

 

3. Maison Francis Kurkdjian Baccarat Rouge 540

Launched in 2012, and created by renowned perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, who drew inspiration from ancient Arabian perfumes, this acclaimed sensual and alluring unisex fragrance incorporates costly fragrance to mark a return to oriental scents more commonly associated with the niche market.

 

4. Creed Aventus

Housed inside an unforgettable bottle is this niche fragrance, the most popular ever created by the House of Creed. Launched in 2010, it is a celebration of strength, power, success, and vision. Considered a niche fragrance due to its limited distribution, high price, unique smell, interesting packaging, and expensive ingredients. This unrivaled blend is comprised of high-quality ingredients, perfect for gentlemen who enjoy the finer things in life.

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5. Maison Martin Margiela Jazz Club

Here’s another long-lasting, luxury cologne of the highest caliber. Reinforced by a base of tobacco leaf, Maison Martin Margiela ‘Jazz Club’ offers a smoky blend of notes like lemon, pink pepper, styrax, and neroli. The result is a warm, sharp, spicy cologne that stays its course the whole day thanks to the increased use of exotic oils.

 

6. Clive Christian X by Clive Christian

The prestigious packaging alone demands respect and what’s inside is no less dominant. This spicy, luxury cologne opens boldly with bursts of ginger and bergamot. At the heart are a variety of oils like pimento and samba while the base delivers seductive notes of vanilla, cinnamon, and cedarwood.

 

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Most Expensive Divorces In the World

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It is way too overwhelming when two love birds split and when they no longer wanna be with one another or feel melancholy towards each other. Such a genuine pain or dull despair can only be cured by a separation or a divorce. However, when such contracts of divorce take place, they tend to involve a roller coaster of emotions as well as some monetary transactions. Not only monetary but some financial or physical assets also tend to split among both parties. So let us dig into the world’s most expensive couple splits or divorces.

1. Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos

Cost: $68 Billion

Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos take the top spot of most expensive divorces.

The richest man in the world, Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, is now worth an estimated $137 billion. They live in one of nine states in America where residents are entitled to a 50/50 split of all marital assets.

 

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2. Alec Wildenstein and Jocelyn Wildenstein

Cost: $3.8 Billion

French-American businessman and art dealer Alec Wildenstein divorced his wife Jocelyn Wildenstein in 1999.

Together for 21 years, the couple didn’t see eye to eye anymore and decided to call it a day. Jocelyn received $2.5 billion upfront and then a further $100 million every year for 13 years.

 

3. Rupert Murdoch and Anna Torv

Cost: $1.7 Billion

After 31 years of marriage, Media mogul Rupert Murdoch and wife Maria Torv divorced in 1999.

The couple agreed to an amicable separation but did not give much away to the media in terms of details.

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But, a couple of weeks after the divorce was finalized, Rupert married again, this time to Wendi Deng, who is 38 years younger than him. Talk about moving on!

 

4. Bernie Ecclestone and Slavica Radić

Cost: $1.2 Billion

Tipping the $1 billion mark, was Bernie Ecclestone’s divorce from Slavica Radić in 2009. This was at the time said to be the most expensive divorce ever!

 

5. Harold Hamm and Sue Ann Arnall

Cost: $975 Million

2012 saw the divorce of CEO Harold Hamm and wife Sue Ann Hamm after twenty-four years of marriage.

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The successful Oil Magnate handed over a whopping $974.8 million cheque to settle the divorce. At the time, that was roughly 5% of his total net worth.

 

6. Adnan and Soraya Khashoggi

Cost: $874 Million

Saudi Arabian billionaire, Adnan Khashoggi was one of the richest men in the world.

But in 1982, he ended up paying his ex-wife a divorce settlement of $874 million.

 

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7. Steven and Elaine Wynn

Cost: $741 Million

Casino Mogul Steve Wynn filed for divorce from his wife Elaine in 2010. He had to pay an estimated $741 million to please the courts.

This is actually the couple’s second divorce, as they were married before from 1963 – 1986.

 

8. Dmitry Rybolovlev and Elena Rybolovlev

Cost: $604 Million

Calling it quits after 26 years, Dmitry and Elena Rybolovlev ended their marriage in 2008.

Several years later, courts ordered Dmitry to pay his ex-wife a sum of $4.8 billion.

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9. Craig and Wendy McCaw

Cost: $460 Million

Cellular and Clearwire Corp founder, Craig McCaw, separated from Wendy McCaw in 1998.

10. Mel Gibson and Robyn Moore

Cost: $425 Million

Getting close to a half a-million dollars, Mel and Robyn Gibson’s divorce is one of the most expensive divorces in history.

After 26 years together, the couple finalized their divorce in 2011

 

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Most Expensive Pets in the World

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Hey isn’t it true that we all need someone who can cherish us or could bring glitters in our eyes? It’s just human nature that craves attention, tenderness, or admiration. But what if people around you are too busy to do any of that for you. It will be really bad if you blame them since every individual has got their own struggles even every person deserves their own space. So it is far better to buy yourself a cute, adorable pet that will not only be a source of joy for you but will also be a shoulder to cry on than to feel FOMO. However, some pets can be way too expensive and costly even some of these may cost you a fortune. Storiesia has brought you a list of the world’s expensive pets. So let’s explore them

1. Green Monkey – Thoroughbred Racehorse – $16 Million

A combination of his impressive speed and perfect genetics made him one of the most highly sort after horses in the equestrian world.

2. Sir Lancelot Encore – Labrador – $16 Million

Sir Lancelot Encore is a complete clone of his former self. He is the World’s first successfully cloned dog.

 

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3. Miss Missy – Cow – $1.2 Million

Miss Missy is a world-famous Holstein Cow, that sold for $1.2 million in 2009.

Her price comes from her popularity and success, as she’s won several major titles and produces 50% more milk than a standard cow.

4. Red Pure Bred Tibetan Mastiff – $582,000

Usually, on average the purebred Tibetan Mastiff sells for approximately $582,000, however, in 2011 the last rare Tibetan Mastiff sold for $1.5 million.

 

5. White Lion Cubs – $140,000

First spotted in 1938 in South Africa, these lions are the result of a rare color mutation. It is believed that the mutation is due to recessive genes in both parents.

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After you’ve dropped $140,000 on one cub, you’re probably going to need to buy another, as they prefer not to be alone.

 

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Most Expensive Dogs in the World

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Are you a dog lover? then this article would be a delight to you. This is true that dogs are man’s best friend and are considered to be the most loyal animal among all. However, somedays buying this cutie-pie may cost one’s a fortune since they can be exceptionally expensive to purchase. So let’s read about the world’s expensive dogs.

 

1.     Samoyed – $14,000

It’s easily identifiable by its beautiful thick, white, double-layer coat. Originally it is a large herding dog from Siberia and lives between 12-13 years on average

 

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2.     Löwchen – $12,000

They’re often referred to as “little lions” and are extremely rare.

 

3. Chow Chow – $11,000

They’re one of the oldest dog breeds in China and incredibly rare. They have a Lion like a teddy bear appearance and a unique black tongue. Despite their dangerous reputation, they’re famous for their loyalty towards their owners.

 

4. Tibetan Mastiff – $10,000

Its original purpose was to protect sheep from predators, like wolves, leopards, and bears. Its size alone is enough to intimidate even the hungriest of predators.

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Males can reach heights of up to 33″. The original Tibetan mastiff usually weighed 55–90 kg.

 

5. Azawakh – $9,500

The Azawakh is yet another sighthound on our list, but this one is from West Africa instead of England

Identifiable by its slender body and striking almond eyes, the Azawakh is one of the priciest breeds on our list.

Azawakas have a lifespan of around 10-12 years, weigh roughly 15-25 kg and stand about 25–29″ tall.

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6. Rottweiler – $9,000

With an average lifespan of 8-10 years, a weight of 50-60 kg, and reaching heights of 24–27″, it would be easy to judge a book by its cover and label the Rottweiler as an aggressive monster.

However, the Rottweiler is a great family pet due to its loyalty, obedience, and overall good nature.

 

7. Canadian Eskimo Dog – $8,750

The Canadian Eskimo Dog is one of the oldest and rarest working dogs from the Arctic and was brought from Siberia to North America by the Thule people over 1,000 years ago.

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Their number began to diminish toward the end of the 1960s due to the increasing popularity of snowmobiles and the spread of infectious canine diseases.

 

8. Dogo Argentino – $8,000

It was first bred in 1928, from the Cordoba Fighting Dog along with other breeds like the Great Dane.

The dogs have a large white muscular body, with a short coat and a deep-set thick chest. They make for a good family pet despite their domineering appearance but need to have regular exercise.

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