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    Found this to be a laugh, but in all honesty, only in Brittan have I seen the actual party a 7 years back!

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.462692b2cad3
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    Originally posted by EMPYREAL View Post
    Found this to be a laugh, but in all honesty, only in Brittan have I seen the actual party a 7 years back!

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.462692b2cad3
    That's crazy! We would have such an advantage
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    Liquid Alchemy Labs:
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    Alpha Dreams:
    Spray: Alfa Maschio, Glace
    Pheromone Treasures:
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    • #3
      This is in the city I'm in. I'm thinking of going just for kicks.

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      • #4
        I heard of something similar but as a matching app where they pair a match by pheromone DNA. Anyone know what is that app called?

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        • #5
          Bloodburn I believe it's called 'Pheramor'. Found some articles online about it (https://www.voanews.com/a/new-dating...a/4315169.html), (https://www.wired.com/story/with-thi...wipe-for-love/). I'm not entirely willing to give away my DNA to some company but the idea is intriguing if the idea of 11 genes responsible for pheromone creation is actually as they say it is.

          These kinds of pheromone parties seem pretty fun to go to if I could. Would be an unfair advantage though if one of them uses a pheromone spray on themselves and everyone wants to smell them
          PheromoneXS : Xist Oil, Crush, Cohesion Sample, LoveBoat Sample

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          • #6
            Originally posted by SeekingTruths View Post
            Bloodburn I believe it's called 'Pheramor'. Found some articles online about it (https://www.voanews.com/a/new-dating...a/4315169.html), (https://www.wired.com/story/with-thi...wipe-for-love/). I'm not entirely willing to give away my DNA to some company but the idea is intriguing if the idea of 11 genes responsible for pheromone creation is actually as they say it is.

            These kinds of pheromone parties seem pretty fun to go to if I could. Would be an unfair advantage though if one of them uses a pheromone spray on themselves and everyone wants to smell them
            Yes, that's the one. Pretty amazing if it's actually true that pheromones play a part in our best matching.

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            • #7
              It would definitely add more proof that they actually work
              Pheromone XS:
              Oil: Xist, Cohesion, API Spray: Xist, SOB, Evolve Cohesion, Vibe, Bliss, Player, celebrity, XSP75, XSP96, XSP86
              Liquid Alchemy Labs:
              Spray: Wolf Gel: Overdose Oil: Bad Wolf
              Alpha Dreams:
              Spray: Alfa Maschio, Glace
              Pheromone Treasures:
              Oil: Latina

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              • #8
                Yes, indeed. "Pheromone Parties" as they're called can become a successful experience, as long as the participants speak openly and after the smell scenario phase finishes they proceed to either having an instant date at the venue, (which usually has snacks, photo booth, and live music, for creating a cerebral experience , as mentioned before. Most people end up dropping out and leaving if they don't like the outcome or in it for laughs; which leaves around 14-20 people by the end, as matched up and continue to play along. Statistically, if 3 people out of 100 were using Mones such as Xist or Cohesion, they would have to identify themselves by spraying their while T-shirt with the same mix and the same small , just to link the neuro feedback to the source. All in all its fun, if you play along and accept something new.
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                • #9
                  This is related to research on major histocompatibility complex (MHC).

                  See...

                  https://www.scientificamerican.com/a...nes-sex-lives/

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