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“That Smell that Surrounds You”
by Sarah Agajanian

As a woman in my mid 20’s in LA, I have dated it all from rocker to lawyer, bartender to actor, producer to pot smoking rich boys. I don’t care how much money you have (as long as its more than what I bring home), I don’t care who you know (unless you know only coke addicts), and I really don’t give a crap what car you drive (unless is a banana colored lambourgini). I am fairly easy going (insert sarcastic tone), the two things that mean more to me when it comes to getting between the sheets are:

1. YOUR SCENT/SMELL

2. YOUR VOCAL TONE/VOICE

A man’s scent says EVERYTHING! If a man doesn’t turn you on by his pheromones (the hormone that is released from ones body to attract the opposite sex) then there is going to be a problem . I want to nest in a mans underarm and bottle that fragrance, “pitch a tent” and camp out! If a man’s scent makes your nauseated then I would end it immediately, it’s a clear indicator you are not suppose to ‘mate’ with this person. It is said that when you don’t enjoy a lovers body odor its because your genes are to closely related and you could possibly be knocking the headboard with some one in your blood line and/or genetic pool! YUCK!

Dig into that smell ladies, it’s suppose to make you weak in the knees or drop to your knees.

AHHHH the voice, the beautiful instrument that is tucked in the back of our throats and with precision and breathe we have our own homemade sound machine. This baby is the way we communicate either through speech or song, and holds many powerful words. Back In the caveman days there wasn’t electricity and man heavily relied on his voice to attract the right woman once the sun went down, I’m sure the deeper the baratone the easier the lady. So, if his high-pitched David Beckham voice ain’t turning you on, I’d move on over to the Sean Connery section and enjoy talking dirty with your lover in the dark of the night.

It’s a tough dating world out there, especially in high-density areas where there’s more douche-bags to screen through. These two factors of smell and sound help me sift through the sea of shit in hopes to find my highly cologne wearing, testosterone dominant deep voiced lover boy EVEN if its just for a night or two.

Your soon to be dirty-thirtier also know as “The Healthy Rockstar”,

 

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Sarah Agajanian

Sarah Agajanian

Sarah Agajanian is an artist and writer of many forms in Los Angeles, CA. She spends her days working at Damone Roberts Salon Beverly Hill's as a top Eyebrow/Make-up specialist. Her nights are busy with performing her music as a singer/songwriter around town at places like: The Viper Room and House of Blues. When she is not out and about the city, she enjoys to write and paint.

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2 Responses to “That Smell that Surrounds You”

  1. Thirty Girl says:

    I completely agree with this. My ex was incapable of b.o. Seriously, his armpits smelled like an elbow… odor free. After we broke up, I went out with the guy from the eHarmony commercial… yes, the ACTUAL guy and I was in for a rude awakening. Let’s just say there’s a reason I wrote a piece called, “You Smelled Better Online.”
    http://www.mythirtysense.com/2011/10/13/you-smelled-better-online/

  2. Great article, there are lot of studies out there on the subject of pheromones. Here are a couple of good ones.
    http://abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=116952&page=1#.UDlhaWjhC2w

    This one is from WebMD. http://www.webmd.com/sex/video/pheromones-love-scents

    Its fascinating stuff. Certainly something to take into consideration.

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