With due respect to K.C. and the Sunshine Band, who were clearly operating from a solid base of knowledge, the procedure as stated for getting down is not in line with modern laboratory science. We humbly suggest a few minor edits to the procedural manual, in order to eliminate the ambiguity that may cause less-observant researchers to get down improperly. These are as follows:
1. Do a little dance
2. Make a little love
3. Wait until evening
4. Get down
We look forward to the board's adoption of this new language. The study of funk is too important to be disrupted by slapdash procedures.
(a scent meant to occupy that scientifically crucial space between making a little love and getting down. A dark, funky, musky blend of patchouli, myrrh, red ginger, spikenard and blackstrap molasses.)
Posted by Unknown on 28th Dec 2015
So, I went on a tour to Paris, France. Part of the tour was a class on fragrance taught by a professional 'nose' where we were shown how to create scents, and got to take a creation home with us. I brought some squees that I had gotten from you along to let her smell, and see what I liked. She was very interested in "Wait 'til Evening". She kept coming back to my table and smelling it again and again, trying to figure out what the absolutes were in it, she said that "This is a very good scent! Unusual, but wonderful!" I find the scent to be very sexy - it's not for a first date - but for the date when you intent to say yes...
Posted by Hottie McNaughty on 15th Jul 2012
In vial: Patchouli and a touch of molasses.
Wet on skin: OH yum, dirty patchouli and myrrh with a touch of molasses. I don’t know what spikenard smells like, so maybe a bit of that, too?
Dry on skin: It’s deepened into kind of a dusty resin thing that I’m digging. It does smell dirty and funky but only in the best way possible. The ginger is just the right kick.
Verdict: I’ll definitely be purchasing a bottle.