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    Don't think so, it's natural... I can remember scents for a looong time, and the same feelings/mental state/whatever comes back years later when I happen to smell the same scent.

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    I think there are many things that our senses and unconscious pick up on which tells us we like someone. Olfactory signals still have a substantial application with the modern human.

    I however am unclear on the issue of whether humans have pheromones what practical role, if any, do they play in the day to day existence of the contemporary homosapien.
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    Not.... one.... bit.


    Its actually really really cute.

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    A girl in high school asked me if she could wear my jacket. She never gave it back haha. I think some people are more sensual with smell than others. I mean is it important to them?

    I admire her for saying I smell good. I think it's a way women emotionally go deeper and connect with you. Why is does it happen around the chest area though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    It sounds the same to me to read those two.. I think I can see how the former is more delicate, but it still sounds odd to say out loud.
    It's partially in the tone. This first one you say in a kind of offhanded way, not like it's a confession or a declaration on love. Also, I would say it only after they had made some previous inquiry about the jacket. I guess to the "like you" at then end could just go unstated but if their really is an understood mutual attraction I think it's fine.

    And this is all assuming that you do want to express your enjoyment of jacket sniffing. If that's the objective I think I did offered a petty good strategy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avatar7 View Post
    A girl in high school asked me if she could wear my jacket. She never gave it back haha. I think some people are more sensual with smell than others. I mean is it important to them?

    I admire her for saying I smell good. I think it's a way women emotionally go deeper and connect with you. Why is does it happen around the chest area though?

    They smell your chest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pseudo View Post
    They smell your chest?
    Well...without going into too much detail..yea, there. .

    I'm was curious why there.
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    ^ If it were me, because they like the chest area anyways.. It's a source of comfort for me. Nothing says comforting like laying on a man's chest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avatar7 View Post
    Well...without going into too much detail..yea, there. .

    I'm was curious why there.
    I think the chest is just as natural pillow spot. I guess I typically either smell at the chest or neck.

    I had a boyfriend once who claimed that "boobs have a certain smell". I assumed he was just being a moron but is there any truth to that?

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