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 Post subject: Fragrance
PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2017 6:48 pm 
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Some might say that it's about life style or some other thing, i think that how you smell is an integral element of being attractive to women.

It's no theory, but i see things in 2 ways:

1) Attractiveness based on the mind. This is where inner game and outer game BS goes.

2) Attractiveness based on senses. How you look, how you move, how you smell.

Rarely if ever do i see people talk about how incredible important it is how you smell. Do you need it? No; not if you are great at evething else. But smelling great is the single most simple thing one can do to increase attractiveness.

What is your prefered parfume for the date/ pick up?


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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
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Rarely if ever do i see people talk about how incredible important it is how you smell. Do you need it? No; not if you are great at evething else. But smelling great is the single most simple thing one can do to increase attractiveness.
BS. As long as you don't stink smell is just a detail, like chocolate abs. Most simple thing you can do to increase attractiveness? Smile.

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
PostPosted: Sat Jan 28, 2017 8:49 pm 
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I don't wear any fragrance, it's very feminine.

Use the money you spend on "fragrance" for the gym. Muscles will get you laid far more often than some weird scent.

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
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I dont think it's feminine and many women find men that wear a fragrance attractive. It's a preference that doesn't define a man's masculinity.

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
PostPosted: Sat Jan 28, 2017 11:18 pm 
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Disagree.

Men should not be concerned with fragrances. It's not masculine.

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I dont think it's feminine and many women find men that wear a fragrance attractive. It's a preference that doesn't define a man's masculinity.
This.

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
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Disagree.

Men should not be concerned with fragrances. It's not masculine.
It's one thing to disagree but you should be able to back up why it isn't masculine. Proving a point by an indirect insult isn't really isn't saying anything. At best, you're saying is that Arch Stanton thinks that it's not masculine.

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
PostPosted: Sat Jan 28, 2017 11:55 pm 
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The word "fragrance" is feminine, IMHO.

I personally can't stand perfume, either. Reminds me of grandmas. Interesting study on depression and fragrances:

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2 ... 124645.htm

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
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Huh? Because the word fragrance is feminine to you it's feminine? I've never called my cologne anything other than cologne. But are you serious that the name makes you not use cologne because you find the name feminine or are you joking around?


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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
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All of it is very feminine to me. Time spent shopping for perfume is time spent on career, gym, or fucking.

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
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The word "fragrance" is feminine, IMHO.

I personally can't stand perfume, either. Reminds me of grandmas. Interesting study on depression and fragrances:

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2 ... 124645.htm
I usually say cologne when it comes to men's fragrances...but that's an American thing, since cologne is a class of perfume, so I'm adjusting for a wider audience. Again, you're just saying your opinions without anything backing it up on with reality.

I'm not sure how a study of wearing too much perfume may be signs of depression relates ...but if you find it interesting, great.

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2017 12:23 am 
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I try to keep as busy as possible with work, gym, reading, and self improvement. I also have a "throw back" philosophy to masculinity, more of a mountain man and rancher type of outlook.

These men just get down to business, don't have much time to dabble on perfume or shop.

But feel free to smell like a fragile flower. It only helps me. ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
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I try to keep as busy as possible with work, gym, reading, and self improvement. I also have a "throw back" philosophy to masculinity, more of a mountain man and rancher type of outlook.

These men just get down to business, don't have much time to dabble on perfume or shop.

But feel free to smell like a fragile flower. It only helps me. ;)
Your views are so extreme that sometimes it seems like you are trolling. The fact that you post so many links that don't backup what you're saying is really weird. Next thing you know, you'll be saying that women have come up to you and say how much they love that you don't wear any fragrances and they love how you smell like a mountain man. Those guys pull so many girls.
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 Post subject: Re: Fragrance
PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2017 12:52 am 
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Your views are so extreme that sometimes it seems like you are trolling.
No, I just have a system that works. You can call it "extreme" but it's just one of many systems.

I personally loathe perfume on men and women. That's a personal preference and not really extreme. Many people feel the same way. I do feel that applying "scent" or fragrance is a feminine act, just like too much shopping, or gossiping. These are not "bad" things, just feminine things. If you do too many of these acts, you lose masculinity (which, IMHO has happened to many of today's men).

Your actions, day to day, define who you are, no matter how small.


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The fact that you post so many links that don't backup what you're saying is really weird.

Posting peer reviewed studies isn't that odd. It's just part of my science-based system. Polarity is incredibly important to attracting, and keeping hot women. The more things you do like a woman, the less the polarity.
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Next thing you know, you'll be saying that women have come up to you and say how much they love that you don't wear any fragrances and they love how you smell like a mountain man. Those guys pull so many girls.
Nope, that has never happened. But some women do ask, after a few romps, why I don't wear any. I say "I'm a man, baby."

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