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    Not creepy at all. Totally normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    I simply love it. I traded uniforms with someone I like, and I wear the jacket and it smells like he does and it gives me so much comfort--I really dread the day I will wash it, and I don't use the jacket as often as I want just to keep the smell around longer.

    There are certain ways people smell that I absolutely enjoy outside of attraction too--I don't really make it obvious but I will sit closer to someone and enjoy the way they smell. Women usually have a very pleasent smell to them that reminds me of summer, and a guy that doesn't have a BO problem that's just worked up a light sweat tends to smell nice to me as well.

    Anyways, the point is, when I was wearing the jacket I realized I didn't really want to tell the previous owner that I wasn't wearing it so often to keep the smell around.. it seemed creepy in my head to say that.

    Would you be creeped out if someone told you that? Granted, dude and I are attracted to each other, but does it make you feel odd if someone tells you you smell nice outside of noticing your perfume? Is there a way of saying that where it doesn't sound creepy? Because I'm drawing a blank on that one.. I don't want to lie, but telling the truth just seems like a unnecessary evil to me right now.
    Its pefectly natural; even putting aside sexual connotations, the sense of smell is supposed to be closely linked to memory (such as the memories of summer that you alluded to). That fact makes me worry about personally having an extremely atrophied sense of smell.

    All the same, it would probably be socially problematic to mention this to just anybody....lots of room for misunderstandings, there!
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    Yes, normal.
    And there is such a thing as nipple pheromones.

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    Yes. This thread is creepy too.

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    Of all the turn-ons, the smell of one of my ex's laundry detergent on his shirts combined with his natural scent (not bacterially degenerated body odour), made me go insane. He too recalled my perfume, causing him to trail a woman who was using the same one once, since we were long-distance at the time.

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    Not creepy.

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    Ofc. And this thread is relevant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmotini View Post
    Not creepy at all. Totally normal.
    this. it's called pheromones (in fact, thinking someone's natural scent is sexy is supposedly a sign that you are genetically a good match)
    also, I don't like it when people label things people are attracted to as "creepy". you're attracted to what you're attracted to, that's just how nature works, it's not a choice and it doesn't make anyone creepy.
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    @Elfboy

    Dude go buy a scratch ticket. 7777

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    @Elfboy

    Dude go buy a scratch ticket. 7777
    I don't get the meaning of your comment.
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