WHY USE FRAGRANCES AT ALL?


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MYTH: You need fragrances to smell good.

TRUTH: Smells in nature are used to identify your territory and frequently create fear in trespassers. Flowers attract bees and insects but human females are not flowers trying to attract bees and insects but are trying to attract men who usually are not interested in flowers or their smells.

The truth is that one hundred percent of artificial fragrances from unnatural chemical derivatives will offend someone in society.

You may think or believe the fragrance is great but trust me if you asked humans the most would be offended by it.

If you don’t want to offend anyone that you interact with then don’t wear a natural or unnatural fragrance.

Use unscented deodorants if you sweat much.

I personally think the smell of confederate jasmine is an attractive smell but if I were to wear it I am sure that I would offend someone in the world and would be called effeminate.

Use your favorite smells to smell up your own home territory if you want to but don’t advertise it in public if you don’t want to offend someone.

Honestly most of the perfumes or colognes on the market aren’t strong enough or exist long enough to be worth the money.

Smells in nature are used to identify your territory and to attract insects and for few other reasons.

So try to limit your fragrances to your own territory or home and exclude them from public places.

The truth is that fragrances should be limited to your home territory and should not be used in public places!!!

Forget about all those pleasant smell sayings from brainwashed people who don’t know the difference between a natural smell and an unnatural one.

It is pure bullshit!!!

My book COMMON SENSE has many more interesting and informative articles!!!!!!

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