Odors that increase blood flow to the penis:lavender, licorice, chocolate, doughnuts, pumpkin pie.
What odor have you tried?
I dont have a penis, but odors I like include, someone else doing the dishes. My husband seems to enjoy the odor of cinnamon.
What's so weird about it man? Admit it, you like the smell of cod just as much as the rest of us men.
Snap- there it is.
Leave it to IE to come up with a post like this. Girl, you crack me up.
I'm sure any COP would agree with doughnuts Only kidding.
Normally I would have something else facetious to say but I find it just too darn amusing that you ask what we've tried so naturally.
I have been known to get a rager when walking past pizza parlors.
This is a hilarious post...I think I'll take a walk around the ol' place...and see what aromas...(despite the obvious ones)...do the trick!
I like the smell of babypowder mixed with old navy perfume and the musk of female sweat. Guess it's a leftover from the days of going to strip clubs.
You said, odor, that is incorrect. Odor has a negative connotation. How about scent? What scents turn me on.
<snipped - keep it clean, please>
Nothing but nothing gets my blood flow going like the smell of a woman clean.
I love sniffing my man, I love his smell when he comes out of the shower; he drives me crazy when he puts his Diesel (aftershave and perfume) on... I can resist him when he smells just like himself after we've had our wicked way and I even like the smell of earth and leather that comes out of him after a day's work in the fields!
I love it when my man is hot and sweaty. I love the way he smells down there...
grand marnier liquor
cherry popsicles (really!)
new car smell on a summer evening
I like to baste in my own natural juices....mmmm....mmm..love that sweaty smell....
also a little whiff of some primo marijuana is nice! gets me started anyway!
hey, SINNER! SINNER here! Hear hear! I mean, huh?
my sensual scent is vanilla
...and SoCal cologne from Hollister mmmm
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