The Smell of a Guy

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  1. earllogjam

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    These two words should never be spoken together -Cologne and Sex. It is a definite erection killer for me, even if the person is drop dead gorgeous. It's like a signal to stay the hell away. I would rather smell BO than cologne on a guy. Ivory soap is ok, but perfumes and any strong scents, not for me.

    There's nothing more sexy smelling than a freshly showered and dried off guy. The faint smell of fresh sweat, the smell of musk, the smell of his day old t-shirts, the faint smell of Tide laundered underwear. If they could only bottle that.

    What scents on a guy turn you on? I like that natural clean smell the best. Some guys just naturally smell good I've found.
     
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    Hi earl,

    I actually like both a clean fresh smelling man, and/or a clean scent with just a hint of cologne. I agree that overpowering perfumy smells are not the most desirable. But hey, nothing a little sweaty activity can't overcome :wink:
     
  3. earllogjam

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    I find the cologne smell doesn't go away after sweaty sex. It actually gets worse. It tastes bad too.

    I wonder what people want their big dicked man to smell like.
     
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    I prefer a showerd guy with a fresh scent, it need not be a heavy cologne. In most cases it's just enough if the room is filled with a fresh clean scent. But in "any" case, the guy needs to be clean (that includes his ass). If it's a boyfriend then a little body odor is ok, in fact I'd proabaly be attracted to it. But for casual sex, fist impressions count, even if it's a one-night stand, and I don't wanna smell a guy's BO at its worst.
     
  5. DC_DEEP

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    I also prefer a more natural scent. A freshly-showered man, with no cologne or deodorant smells incredible.

    I actually have, at times, made my own soap, with no fragrance, just for that purpose.

    It's gotta be clean, though. Two-day-old yard work sweat is disgusting.
     
  6. IntoxicatingToxin

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    I think a freshly showered man smells great. So does a sweaty man! Just come home from a hard days work... love it.
     
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    Just wondering---

    If colognes can be "so offensive" for men to wear them, why then do they remain a multi million dollar industry?

    (And have been for many, many years?) Hmmmm.
     
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    I think every person has a unique scent, and when you are in love with someone, that scent becomes very personal, special, and erotic.

    I actually like tasting and smelling my partner's skin at the end of a day more so than right after a shower, because of his mild, pleasant, musky, salty scent and flavor.

    I agree, though, that there is a limit...I probably would not want him to go without a shower for an additional day.

    I will say that I do like some colognes, when used sparingly. IMO, you shouldn't be able to smell a person's perfume or cologne unless you get very close to him or her, and it should be put on in places unlikely to be licked, so that the licker does not get a mouthful of chemical-taste.
     
  9. GoneA

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    AGREED!!

    Well, c'mon, of course the majority of people like the smell of anyone "freshly showered", but I'll be the first to admit that sweat turns me on ... and how!

    When I was dating, it turned my BF on a lot, too. He and I used to go to the gym together and when we'd come home, we'd "get busy" first, before we showered -- just for the purpose of each other's sweaty bodies. HOT TIMES!
     
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    Oh, yes, and I agree that anything too perfume-y after awhile only becomes a turn-off.
     
  11. earllogjam

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    GoneA

    Just curious - is BO (underarm body odor) different than the sweat smell you like in men? Or do you like both?

    Is there anyone out there that likes BO?
     
  12. GoneA

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    Well, if you're limiting BO to only mean underarm-odor, then yes, I suppose it is different. Be that as it may, though, I would have to say I like them both. Light to medium BO can, at times, get-me-going, but I agree with DC_Deep that hygiene beyond that becomes somewhat repulsive.

    Wit me, it’s interesting to note that I frequently oscillate between poles of total submission and total dominance. I find that I’m more attracted to BO (whatever form it may come in, at the moment) when I’m being submissive. When I’m in a more dominant mode, it doesn’t turn me on as much, or I pay it very little attention.
     
  13. earllogjam

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    Gone A,

    I must say I do like licking armpits on some guys. Strange but each of us have different underarm smells some get me going while others I avoid. Some guys just smell good naturally - their chemistry, and it is a powerful aphrodisiac, the right guy smell gets me horny instantly. I can remember a guy by his smell immediately and you know if it is a good or bad smell in your gut without any mental processing. "WOOF". It's said that smell is the oldest sense organ we possess and that it is connected to the limbic or animal part of our brain so smells are understood at a very viceral level, deeper than conciousness.

    Reminds me of that deodorant ad where there's a bunch of sniff women testing and rating the smell of underarms.
     
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    I'm just a lazy prick in this regard.


    I enjoy the smell of old adventuring/military clothing for some reason. The kind that's endured through the years, sometimes even centuries. Just find it comforting.
     
  15. ManlyBanisters

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    Body smell is good. Personally I think people have been totally fucked over by the personal hygene products industry's agressive marketing over the last 20 to 30 years. Used to be that people showered or bathed once or twice a week, slapped on some talc or nothing at all and then would have a splash and dry on the inbetween days. My grandparents did this all their lives and never smelled bad to me. And my parents still wash themselves that way and it's only after heavy physical work that my dad might hum a little - in which case he takes a shower.

    But no - we have been taught by marketing that we are dirty and nasty and must scrub everyday and pour scent on ourselves. Bollocks - I have only felt that to be true when I was living and commuting in London for a year (scrubbing, not scenting, I wear a small amount of perfume from time to time, but never on a regular basis). Deodorants are gross, anti perspirants are worse and, I suspect, bad for you - there is a reason you sweat heavily in your underarms - blocking it all in is a bad idea. I now use a thing called crystal rock, not perfumed and it doesn't stop the sweat - it just stops the bacteria making the bad smell. Once you wash your face, neck, underarms, privates (and, for some, feet) daily you're fine - there is absolutely no need to go wasting all that energy heating water (and indeed the water!) for the daily showers we've been told we need to take.

    Sorry - going off-topic there - I feel strongly - can you tell?

    Mr.B only showers once / twice a week (depending on the kind of work he's been doing) and he has a fantastic body smell. Never nasty - just natural - and he tastes great too.
     
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    Patti Smith...Piss Factory...read down to bold/big type:

    Sixteen and time to pay off
    I got this job in a piss factory inspecting pipe
    Forty hours thirty-six dollars a week
    But it's a paycheck, Jack.
    It's so hot in here, hot like Sahara
    You could faint in the heat
    But these bitches are just too lame to understand
    Too goddamned grateful to get this job
    To know they're getting screwed up the ass
    All these women they got no teeth or gum or cranium
    And the way they suck hot sausage
    But me well I wasn't sayin' too much neither
    I was moral school girl hard-working asshole
    I figured I was speedo motorcycle
    I had to earn my dough, had to earn my dough

    But no you gotta, you gotta [relate, babe,]
    You gotta find the rhythm within
    Floor boss slides up to me and he says
    "Hey sister, you just movin' too fast,
    You screwin' up the quota,
    You doin' your piece work too fast,
    Now you get off your mustang sally
    You ain't goin' nowhere, you ain't goin' nowhere."
    I lay back. I get my nerve up. I take a swig of Romilar
    And walk up to hot shit Dot Hook and I say
    "Hey, hey sister it don't matter whether I do labor fast or slow,
    There's always more labor after."
    She's real Catholic, see. She fingers her cross and she says
    "There's one reason. There's one reason.
    You do it my way or I push your face in.
    We knee you in the john if you don't get off your get off your mustang Sally,
    If you don't shake it up baby." Shake it up, baby. Twist & shout"
    Oh that I could will a radio here. James Brown singing
    "I Lost Someone" or the Jesters and the Paragons
    And Georgie Woods the guy with the goods and Guided Missiles ...
    But no, I got nothin', no diversion, no window,
    Nothing here but a porthole in the plaster, in the plaster,
    Where I look down, look at sweet Theresa's convent
    All those nurses, all those nuns scattin' 'round
    With their bloom hoods like cats in mourning.
    Oh to me they, you know, to me they look pretty damn free down there
    Down there not having crystal smooth
    Not having to smooth those hands against hot steel
    Not having to worry about the [inspeed] the dogma the [inspeed] of labor
    They look pretty damn free down there,
    And the way they smell, the way they smell
    And here I gotta be up here smellin' Dot Hook's midwife sweat
    I would rather smell the way boys smell--
    Oh those schoolboys the way their legs flap under the desks in study hall
    That odor rising roses and ammonia
    And way their dicks droop like lilacs
    Or the way they smell that forbidden acrid smell

    But no I got, I got pink clammy lady in my nostril
    Her against the wheel me against the wheel
    Oh slow motion inspection is drivin' me insane
    In steel next to Dot Hook -- oh we may look the same--
    Shoulder to shoulder sweatin' 110 degrees
    But I will never faint, I will never faint
    They laugh and they expect me to faint but I will never faint
    I refuse to lose, I refuse to fall down
    Because you see it's the monotony that's got to me
    Every afternoon like the last one
    Every afternoon like a rerun next to Dot Hook
    And yeah we look the same
    Both pumpin' steel, both sweatin'
    But you know she got nothin' to hide
    And I got something to hide here called desire
    I got something to hide here called desire
    And I will get out of here--
    You know the fiery potion is just about to come
    In my nose is the taste of sugar
    And I got nothin' to hide here save desire
    And I'm gonna go, I'm gonna get out of here
    I'm gonna get out of here, I'm gonna get on that train,
    I'm gonna go on that train and go to New York City
    I'm gonna be somebody, I'm gonna get on that train, go to New York City,
    I'm gonna be so bad I'm gonna be a big star and I will never return,
    Never return, no, never return, to burn out in this piss factory
    And I will travel light.
    Oh, watch me now.
     
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    [quote=HollyBlue;797211] I think every person has a unique scent, and when you are in love with someone, that scent becomes very personal, special, and erotic. That is so true!
    I will say that I do like some colognes, when used sparingly. IMO, you shouldn't be able to smell a person's perfume or cologne unless you get very close to him or her, and it should be put on in places unlikely to be licked, so that the licker does not get a mouthful of chemical-taste. [/quote] Nothing tastes worse than a great cologne

    Because of the Madison Ave. marketing executives that tell us we have to smell good in order to be attractive to the opposite sex.

    Yes, totally agree!



    My first boyfriend wore Devin by Aramis, smoked Camel no-filters, and wore a leather motorcycle jacket. That combination of smells, though rare still makes me weak in the knees to this day. :smile:
     
  18. Blocko

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    I used to be anti-scent... until I learned that a good choice that suits you AND the proper application is really important.

    Cologne isn't meant to mask your natural smell, it's meant to accent it. I spray some in the air in front of me and walk through.

    If you do it right, you'll find nothing but positive reactions. Never had a negative one yet.
     
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    Case in point---

    Yesterday, our conference room across the hall from my office was used for a meeting whereby some guys of all ages (doing construction that same morning) were all in there. Their "leader" was reviewing work details, plans, etc. Lively talk for about an hour and a half or so.

    When they left, I went in there to get the chairs back in place and otherwise "tidy up" as this room is used extensively by all of us in our organization. Our AC hadn't been turned on and it was feeling pretty stuffy.

    I dunno. There was a VERY distinct "trail" of BO......pretty bad BO in that room. And, I found it offensive. I can allow though, for the circumstances represented in that scenaio. After all, the guys had been working; were sweaty, and were taking part in some impromptu quick meeting. Such an occasion wouldn't have allowed for any of them to be "well groomed and refreshed".

    Personally, I just don't relate to sweat and "smell" being all that appealing.
    Not in a public place anyway. I concede though, SUBTLE traces perhaps in a moment of passion? Okay.

    But, back to that conference room---you betcha.
    I fetched that can of air freshener pretty quickly yesterday.
     
  20. earllogjam

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    BO is different than a musky sweaty smell to me. Musk is like the smell of a guy's clothes closet or his t-shirt. BO is more pungent and I agree I really can't get into. Musk or the smell of an unshampooed head on someone you're not into also can be unappetizing because it can be taken that he's unclean, yeah especially in a public place. The smell of thrift stores comes to mind.
     
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