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    The scent of a woman's hair is one of the most intoxicating things there is on this planet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    The scent of a woman's hair is one of the most intoxicating things there is on this planet.
    This.
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    If it is.... then I'm a major creep lol. Smells remind me of memories and people that I'm attached to, so I get attached to smells the same way. I suppose it's way less creepy if you are romantically involved with or it's someone close to you. I like the smell of certain family members & friends, I'm not creepy about it but I'll say "you smell nice" or something and then laugh about it. Personally, I like to think it's not creepy. The scent makes you think of them or you connect it to a memory, it's natural.
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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.
    No, I would be flattered and would think it was sweet. I mean, if the person said, "Please? I like how you smell! I sniff your jacket all the time! That proves we're made for each other!" then it would sound desperate and potentially unstable, just like any other way of begging to date or marry someone does. But in and of itself, no, it's a compliment.

    A man complimented me on how I smelled when we were sweaty. The compliment made me want to get closer to him. Part of the reason for keeping a polite distance between yourself and another person, for me, is so that you don't impose your smells on them, and vice versa. I would have probably assumed that I stank, and kept more distance, but I was happy to know that he liked how I smelled, so I didn't need to be polite about my scent.

    Of course, if he'd been aggressive or odd about it, that would have been a different situation.

    But if a man politely told me he liked how I smelled, didn't act either aggressive or desperate, I would enjoy the compliment and would probably smile and say, "Thank you."

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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?
    Good point. A voice that makes a man's chest resonate well is pleasant in a similar way.
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    No, but it's creepy to go around sniffing people like a doggo. Just admire their good smells from a respectable personal space bubble distance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yama View Post
    No, but it's creepy to go around sniffing people like a doggo. Just admire their good smells from a respectable personal space bubble distance.
    *sniff* *sniff* mmmmmmm so good *sniff* *sniff*

    I'm sniffing you
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yama View Post
    No, but it's creepy to go around sniffing people like a doggo. Just admire their good smells from a respectable personal space bubble distance.
    smells like updog in here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obfuscate View Post
    smells like updog in here...
    You're not gonna catch me with that one!!!

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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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Survive & Stay Free View Post
    Are you asking are you weird?
    I am well aware of how weird I am. The bolded question was one someone else asked. Still don't really have a way of politely telling someone they smell good.
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