I’ve got a very strong sense of smell. It’s borderline abnormal – definitely my strongest sense. So when I date a girl, her scent has a huge influence on how I feel her.
But aroma is a nuanced thing, women have different layers of it. And so you might not smell her true smell, at least at first.
That’s because most women use beauty products and artificial scents – masking their true smell. A woman with good hygiene will almost always smell nice on the surface. She’ll smell of shampoo and soap and detergent and perfume.
But those artificial odors can’t hide her true feminine essence. Her real smell. That raw, primal, feminine aroma that only women have. She can’t mask it, no matter how much perfume she uses. Eventually you’ll become intimately familiar with it.
And that’s a good thing.
You want to smell her real scent.
Her smell should drive you wild. You should crave it, think about it, want it all over you. She should smell so good that you could bury your face in her neck and leave it there for an hour, just inhaling her essence. It should all smell good, too. Her hair, her neck, her body, her pussy, hell, even her feet. And she should smell good to you no matter what. Fresh out of the bath or after a long day at work with no shower. You should want her scent on you just the same.
And it works both ways. She should love your scent, too. All of my strongest relationships have been like this – we couldn’t get enough of the way the other one smelled. All the girls who I’ve loved the most, and who have loved me back the hardest? We’ve always been obsessed with the way the other one smells.
And the reverse is true. I’ve tried having relationships with girls who didn’t smell great to me. I mean, they didn’t smell bad. They were normal, feminine girls with good hygiene. But for some reason their true smell just didn’t do it for me. These relationships lacked passion. And none of them worked out.
So why is smell important? Why does it influence attraction?
Well fuck, I’m no scientist. So I really don’t know. But it likely has something to do with chemistry and hormones. Like your body is trying to find it’s counterpoint in the opposite sex. And maybe it’s able to read the DNA match through smell.
Lately I’ve gotten more picky about this. I quickly lose interest in women who don’t smell good to me. Sure, I may bang her a few times. But if I don’t crave her scent? I just stop caring. I let a relationship go recently, for that reason. She didn’t smell bad – I just didn’t like it.
Life’s too short to waste on girls you’re ambivalent about.
Better to focus your time on women who arouse your passion.
And loving her scent, craving it, is a big part of that.
If you don’t love her smell?
Then dump her and move on.
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