This is a part of you that he gets to carry with him as he goes on with his day.
He gets to keep you close to mind even though you may not be physically there.
(It's amazing how many aren't attuned to these cues, considering nature is our matchmaker! Like most trends, "smell dating" isn't exactly a new phenomenon.
Our ancient ancestors relied on scent and other natural biological cues to weed out potential mates who may have been carrying communicable diseases.
Just like Goldilocks, if [the scent] is just right, it works."So, evolutionarily "smell dating" makes sense, because we don't want to pair up with someone too similar to us or our offspring may have genetic defects.
This may not sound like the sexiest way to spend your Saturday night, but the process allows people to select matches based on new criteria: the scents they are most drawn to., sniff out this trend.There’s something called MHC—major histocompatibility complex. If someone's scent is too similar to our family members', we won’t be attracted.But if it’s too different, this is also problematic.Today, the trend of following our noses is reemerging with smell dating parties and events nationwide.
These events require participants to prep by wearing a T-shirt for three consecutive days unwashed.
He says that at smell-dating events, "People will look more negatively to those who have a major smell.