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    Thanks to my unfortunate SoE experience last night, I did learn something. It took me a little while to really figure out that it had happened though.
    I ended up wearing about 4 dabs -none last night. I\'m not sure about the concentration, since it was apparently converted -nol. I covered with Saturnalia, a perfume with EW added to it (I think the concentration is 1:1500, but I\'m not sure)--used 4 dabs of it. Anyway, at a meeting last night, the guys were quieter, not as much joking around, and rather respectful. Almost to the point of being submissive. Even my boss. No questions about anything I said--they just did it/nodded thoughtfully, etc.
    I wasn\'t as touchy as usual, since I could smell the -none on me and didn\'t want to get too close to anybody and share the stink.
    Wiped off as well as I could with hot soapy water after the meeting, and could still smell the -none. Covered again with 4 dabs Saturnalia. At the movies, the guys were again respectful and almost submissive, but three different times one of the guys brushed his hand across my back. I\'m not sure why. Same gesture--three different guys. They were all kinda quiet around me. Not in a bad way, just didn\'t seem to have a whole lot to say. The friends I went out with are all open enough with me to tell me if I smelled weird/bad/etc.
    I admit I liked that reaction a bit. I might have to work with it and use it for other occasions.

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    I thought for sure I had pm-ed you that deodorant would kill the -none.

    That\'s really interesting, a -none and EW combination made them behave. I don\'t think anybody\'s done that before.

    What are you going to call your new mix/combo?

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    Default Re: submissive men when using -none?

    I have used NPA (none) with PCC and it DID NOT make men submissive [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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    Yeah, in fact, I\'ve had them be more argumentative.

    Isn\'t that strange?

    The EW must have some effect with it.

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    I have used NPA with Saturnalia and APC with Saturnalia. I\'m telling you....I have never had the reaction that SRH had.

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    Yeah, I would think that would be a Jump On Me mix.

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    I thought you said it\'d cover the smell, not that it would kill it.
    I didn\'t want to slather deodorant all over my arms and neck. I just covered again with EW after vigorous scrubbing and it wasn\'t nearly so bad--but still there.

    I think I\'m going to have to repeat a few more times to make sure I get the same results before I\'d call it a mix.

    Anybody else want to try it and see if they get the same rxn?

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    Hmmm, maybe I stank then, and they were being polite for a change....

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    Ha! I\'m sure not ...

    \"I didn\'t want to slather deodorant all over my arms and neck.\"

    Well, that makes sense, too.
    It\'s the only thing I know that works to kill the \'mones and the smell.

    Try it again and see what happens.

    I would try it for the sake of science, but submissive men are not my cup of tea.

    Wonder if it would be effective, say, around an aggressive boss, though?


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    That\'s what I was thinking. My boss can be a jerk if he wants. Problem is, you can\'t ever tell when it\'s coming--he just snaps.
    I was surprised at how subdued he was yesterday. I even asked if he\'d had a tough day, and he said no.

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    To butt in (sorry ladies! [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif[/img] ), you could put some deorderant directly on the -none and then wash it off.

    Thats how I got rid of a bad EW incident!

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    SoftSoap, antibacterial, works very well.

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    Ok, Cpt. Kipling, read the whole thread or at least the last three hours before you post. [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

    Hey, Sexyredhead. Guess what? You could put deodorant on it? Didja get that? Yeah! Deodorant!

    [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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    I think he meant I could slather the deodorant all over where the -none was, then wash it off instead of leaving it on as a cover.

    Well, duh. Didn\'t think of that.

    Well, NOW I know to go get some antibacterial soap--in case of emergencies. [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif[/img]


    Thanks, everybody. [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Good, I\'m glad at least the Cpt. is transmitting on a frequency you can receive. [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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    Speaking of EW.... Mine arrived in the mail today.

    Let me say it\'s very warm today, and my mailbox is a big metal box that sits in the sun.

    I see what y\'all meant about not inhaling directly from the bottle. I could smell pu$$y before I got the package open! Nope, no spill, but that stuff must be realllllly concentrated. lol I\'m almost afraid to open it.

    AEw doesn\'t smell that bad. Just a hint of -none scent in it. Shouldn\'t be hard to cover.

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    Yeah! So there FTR [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/tongue.gif[/img] ! [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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    <<I could smell pu$$y before I got the package open! >>

    My pu$$y certainly doesn\'t smell like EW. [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]

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    <<Anybody else want to try it and see if they get the same rxn?>>

    I have tried none and coplins many times and never got that reaction. Why do you think none would make a man feel submissive? Coplins get his testosterone flowing, so that wouldn\'t do it either.

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    Default Re: submissive men when using -none?

    Has anyone thought to take into account that .44 Magnum she had stuffed in her belt??

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    When you stop to look at what should do what to who, it doesn\'t make sense. However, that\'s what seems to have been the rxn I got from 9 different males last night. Look at my post at the beginning of this thread. Seven were 20-23 years old, one is around 30, the other about 40. Four of them I saw at the meeting AND the movie, and the rxn was the same.

    (BTW, I don\'t mean submissive as in will-let-you-dress-him-in-your-lingerie-and-make-him-clean-house-while-he-barks type submissive. I just mean polite, respectful, getting things for you when you ask without any comment, not teasing/flirting like they usually do.)

    Maybe I just reeked and they were trying not to breathe when I was around, or it was a one-time fluke of a thing. Maybe it was a really confusing -mone signature from me, because it\'s not nearly my usual.
    I\'ll try it again on a day I don\'t mind getting chewed out, in case it makes them argumentative or b!tchy in general, like you and FTR say.


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    and next time don\'t bring the gun [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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    <<in case it makes them argumentative or b!tchy in general, like you and FTR say.>>

    I didn\'t say that. I mean they get very agressive and horny.

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    Mine does get aggressive and argumentative.

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    I don\'t know what happened, but I can\'t seem to PM you anymore. happymanforyoutoo@yahoo.com will reach me.

    Funlover

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    I don\'t see what difference it would make whether I have the gun or not. They should be used to it by now. [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

    It does make an impression though.

    Hmmmm.....maybe THAT was why they were so helpful.....

    *mental note: leave gun at home; see if any difference in rxn\'s*

    Thanks. [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    I just opened a SOE gel packet and I could smell the Anone, how could this be? it\'s a new packet, i\'ll use it anyways. But is this out of the oridinary, a SOE gel pack rancid even when it has\'nt been used?

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