Does the scent affect your kissing preferences?

@eileenleyva (13767)
July 17, 2009 8:11pm CST
I do not know when it started but the university coeds now had been naturally greeting each other with pecks on the cheeks. We used to say hi or hello in the past. Or the boys would shake hands, Eventually, that turned into a high 5 or a simple Yo! But now the kissing and the hugging had become a friendlier gesture. One late afternoon though, when I fetched my brood in school, my niece exclaimed to my daughter "Have you applied lapigessence?" My daughter answered "I think I have. What about you? Have you sprayed lagarbage?" My niece responded "Certainly!" And they did not kiss. I asked what was that all about. They said that it is the person's natural scent after a long day's work. Sort of eaue de toilette. Well, does the scent affect your kissing preferences?
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@clutterbug (1051)
• United States
18 Jul 09
Hi eileenleyva, No offense, but may I just say, "Yuck" to all of it! It must be some new European style of greeting. Regardless of the scent, I wouldn't want to put my lips on anyone at the university. Times sure have changed.
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@eileenleyva (13767)
• Philippines
18 Jul 09
Indeed, clutterbug, times have really changed. I also prefer the hello!