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Yes, pheromones play a role in attraction. A+ for listening in Biology class.3THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
It's true. Usually you're able to smell it when you hug someone, who doesn't wear perfume or even more accurately from the way his/her bed smells like. Do a test: smell your pillow, then go smell another person's pillow. See if you notice the different smell.
Yep, yep, yep... Ad least for me.
I knew this guy who always smelled like some incredible cologne. O. O
And I mean incredible! Turned out he never put on cologne, his sweat smelled like that to me. =)
Why? Because we have different immune systems - to each other out sweat smelled amazing. Hahaha
Weird, I know. xD
Scientifically proven, though.
You're attracted to what your body doesn't have - the immune system you're body is lacking - to create genetically most powerful and most resilient offspring. =)
Yeah but I don't think it's cosmciius smell pheromones don't really smell but we pick up on the scent without really smelling it... Like I love how my bc smells but he doesn't really smell much at all it's just a feeling hard to explain
I'm the only one that thinks this is bs? Cool. Well, I lack of the sense of smell so I can only smell something if its scent is really 'strong'. A guy should either sting or has tons of Armani for me to catch his scent.
They say smell is very important in dating, but natural smell isn't really something you notice conscious.
However a nice perfume or deodorant is super hot and definitely a plus.
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