Do you have a favorite sent or sents that put you in the mood or turn you on?

@writersedge (22577)
United States
February 21, 2008 1:01pm CST
I like to wear a really light amount of Jovan musk oil (tiny head of a pin drop) to put me in the mood. I also like a mild amount of Old Spice on my man. But his natural sent is kind of cool (exclusive of his armpits), my hubby smelts like a baked potato. So what do you like to wear or have someone else wear to put you in the mood?
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• United States
22 Feb 08
mine is Ralph Lauren polo sport cologne. I can spot it anywhere. And every time I date a guy it seems to be the kind of cologne that he wears. Drives me wild, no need to say more.
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@writersedge (22577)
• United States
23 Feb 08
I don't know that one, but I will have to check that out. So every time you date a guy, that's the cologne he wears? Wonder if that's part of what attracts you in the first place? Interesting. Thanks
• United States
23 Feb 08
Yup every guy I have ever dated wears this scent. I find it irresistable.
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@writersedge (22577)
• United States
24 Feb 08
SMile
@carolbee (16231)
• United States
22 Feb 08
I wear Design and so many people always compliment me on the perfume. Doesn't take much as it's a bit strong but is sweet smelling. No, the bees don't chase me around in the spring and summer..lol I've had complete strangers standing next to me at a checkout lane ask me what I was wearing. Walgreen's and Walmart sell it. My husband wears Brut and it's great smelling. He also uses Old Spice after shave and I find that a bit boring. I'm always in the mood but Brut can really spark my interest.
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@writersedge (22577)
• United States
23 Feb 08
I forgot about Brut! Not bad stuff at all. I'll have to check out Design, if you get that many compliments, you must be doing something right. I know what you mean about bees. I have to get scent-free shampoo or they chase me like crazy. Thanks for your response and take care.
@carolbee (16231)
• United States
23 Feb 08
One of our kids liked Design and bought it for me once upon a time. From then on it's the only perfume I wear daily. Lost my sense of smell in an accident about 5 yrs. ago but I can recall the great smell of Design. I know that it's safe to wear.
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@writersedge (22577)
• United States
24 Feb 08
Sorry about your sense of smell. My husband lost his and my Father did, too. My Dad emptied septic tanks for a living, so it came in handy for him. Take care and thanks for your responses.
@ElicBxn (61137)
• United States
22 Feb 08
Sent/s - OH, you mean scents, like smells.... Since I don't have a special someone, I don't. Never worried about those kinds of things, tho a baking apple pie can get my juices flowing....
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@writersedge (22577)
• United States
23 Feb 08
I know, I'm sorry, I sat here for the longest time trying to think of the right way to spell that. I knew cent was really wrong and applied to money and sent is when you send someone to the store past tense, but I couldn't come up with the correct spelling in my mind to save my life. I guess an apple pie could be sexy. Take care and thanks.
@CanadaGal (4304)
• Canada
22 Feb 08
Clean sheets and towels, with whatever scent I have from dryer sheets always put me in the mood. But what gets me the most are men's colognes and deodorants. OMG! Those scents drive me crazy... in a very beneficial way to my lover. ;)
@writersedge (22577)
• United States
23 Feb 08
I love my clothesline dried sheets and pillow cases. Some of the colognes smell great and others, so-so or overpowering to me, but then I have a sensitive nose (I know what the neighbor's are having for breakfast 1/2 an acre away). So snuggle up with those sheets and have a good time with that wonderfully scented man (thanks, I couldn't remember the spelling). Take care