I could now explain the science behind it at this point, but really you want to know what happens when a group of grown men and women get a bit pissed and start sniffing T-shirts don’t you?
I was pretty up for this idea at first, because I’ve been complimented on my perfume more than once (as in, almost twice) – apparently I smell nice/ not terrible.
Even if it didn't magically make every woman fall in love with me, at least I wouldn't smell terrible while suffering through another evening of rejection.
I decided to try out my new pheromones at a neighborhood bar.
When it was all said and done, I politely invited her over to my place. I’ll end the story there, but let's mark that night as another success.
Averse to being blindsided by this little experiment, I did some research to find out exactly what this stuff was before spraying it all over my body.
Turns out a pheromone, by definition, is an ectohormone chemical; meaning it acts outside of the animal or insect secreting it to impact the behavior of another beast or bug of the same species.
probably because they thought I was some big shot in the VIP section and wanted some of my booze. My friends were DJing so I got hooked up as a guest.) Two nights later I attended a house party and noticed significantly more attention from the females than usual. Maybe the stuff just smelled good -- and girls love a guy that smells good, right?
Maybe it was sheer luck and coincidence, or perhaps I’m actually a really handsome and entertaining guy?
I got bored of Tinder after a couple of weeks, I’ve never spent more than four consecutive weeks in a row on a dating website, and I’ve never been speed dating or to a singles night.