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anything — to meet my special someone, I was intrigued by Smell Dating when I wrote about it back in February.The premise is this: For , Smell Dating sends you a t-shirt to wear for two nights and three days.So, have you ever meet a beautiful with bad breath?!I always pay attention to women teeth (which is what you can see for the most part unless you get too close ), I think they say a lot about their hygiene habits, etc. it could be because I'm (not afraid to say it) an oral hygiene maniac [Edited 2012-05-02 ]Quoting 747400sp (Thread starter): Anyway, have you ever seen a very beautiful woman, the type of woman you would dream of dating, then you smell her breath and you are shocked that it do not smell good. She is now a model and I am surprised she is not totally famous (I would post a picture if it didnt invade her privacy and she is a friend of mine...) But she loved garlic.And that tuna boat at low tide on a hot July day could just be a bad break when they handed out the personal body chemistry. If I remember my first girlfriend sometimes had bad breath in the morning.It wasn't nice but once she brushed her teeth it was fine.

For example feet cheese could be caused by pantie hose. Of course it's a novelty in some of those videos where you see a cute girl smoking a Newport with her other lips (way down yonder) But, personally I'd rather see her shoot ping pong balls out of the "Y."Hi!

I was going to jokingly suggest someone will introduce blood type dating next, and then I Googled it and realised that’s already a thing). You smell all the T-shirts and if one takes your olfactory fancy, you have your picture taken holding the bag – and number – up.

Anyway, pheromone dating works on the concept that we can literally sniff out a potential partner by getting a whiff of their pheromones (best not to wear deodorant or perfume) – and if you’re attracted to their smell then you’re off to a good start – dating experts believe that a good pheromone match plays a big part in what makes couples attracted to each other. So, you arrive at the event with a cotton T-shirt you’ve worn for three nights in a row, sealed in a zip lock bag, and your bag is assigned a number and added to the pile – the red numbered bags are women’s T-shirts, blue numbers are for guys. The pictures are then projected onto a big screen, so you can see who’s got the hot for your pheromones.

[3] In 1974, the writer and medical researcher Lewis Thomas suggested that different MHC genes might be linked to different odors.

He was considering training dogs to sniff out compatible people for skin grafts and organ donations.

Inbred mice, who were alike in all genes but MHC, could detect a difference in the scent of a relative that harbored an ever-so-slightly different MHC gene.

Moreover, their odor preferences were not innate but learned.

I could now explain the science behind it at this point, but really you want to know what happens when a group of grown men and women get a bit pissed and start sniffing T-shirts don’t you?

I was pretty up for this idea at first, because I’ve been complimented on my perfume more than once (as in, almost twice) – apparently I smell nice/ not terrible.

Overview of the 1995 sweaty T-shirt study: women smelled T-shirts worn by different men, for several days, and picked the ones they were most sexually attracted to; the men and women were then DNA typed, and the attraction patterns indicated that women tended to choose the scents of the men they were most MHC complex dissimilar to.

Swiss biologist Claus Wedekind, based on earlier animal studies, which found that people are most attracted to the scent of someone of the opposite sex that has the most dissimilar immune system to their own.