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  1. Wow! Mad props to Starlitegirl & Lisa on the labels! You gals are so talented! I'm also starting to understand why I've read so many posts describing peoples' love for LP's as an addiction. I've been happily in love with my LP Red, figuring it was a life-long one-on-one relationship that was meant to last......and now I see these new releases and I find myself dying to read the descriptions and planning my future order. Looks like the LP Red was my first "hit" of the LPMP drug and now I'm addicted just like the rest of you. Hi.....my name is Sarah.....and I'm an LPMP addict. (everyone all together now....."Hi Sarah")
  2. Thanks for the warm welcomes As I've been reading more and more posts I've noticed how many people mention their astrological sign. I admit I know next to nothing about astrology but was once told I'm a Pisces born under a Pisces moon. I'm not sure what significance that has but I thought I'd share that. I do know I was born in the year of the Tiger under Chinese astrology and have noticed the Chinese horoscopes seem to suit my personality better...for whatever that's worth. Oh, and I LOVE the idea of a Dear John scent! Maybe with some BI, for luring in the next male victim. Nothing will get you over the last one, like the next one!
  3. My name is Sarah & I'm from Long Beach, CA. 35, single, owner of one psycho Siamese cat from hell (or maybe he owns me...it's still up for debate). I'm a self-employed licensed private investigator specializing in legal investigations, insurance investigations and undercover operations. I also work part-time on a 130' three-masted schooner (picture Pirates of the Caribbean without the cheesy outfits). Sailing is my passion and I wouldn't be able to mentally survive the investigative world without it. I'm a huge computer geek & tech nerd. I also love horror movies (the cheesier the better) and have a thing for cars & Harleys (bordering on fetish). I'm a bit of an adrenaline junkie (hence being a P.I. & tallship sailor) and love to travel (especially international travel) and try new things constantly. Favorite color: Pink Favorite Scents: Vanilla/Cinnamon/Wood Burning Fire (may make a nice private edition, no?) Favorite Drink: Martini Favorite Music: Country Favorite Movie: The Thomas Crown Affair (the remake) My grandmother wore only two perfumes her whole life and she was the kind of woman who would put on make-up, perfume and jewelry every single day without fail. I always admired her for that. She definitely had a signature scent. I've always been a perfumista and have been on a constant search for a signature scent of my own. I've worn perfumes from all over the world (I burn a hole in my credit card in Paris) but nothing I have worn to date has received as many reactions as the LP oils/pheromones I have worn. I'm definitely a convert and may FINALLY have found my own signature scent here (LP Red). My grandmother would be proud.
  4. Thanks for all the help! I'm ok with having to shake it. I've gotten used to shaking the unscented silicone pheros prior to application already anyway. Diluting the scent isn't a bad thing either. Since it's LP Red I'm going to be using I'm assuming it will end up smelling a bit more like OCCO Red. I like the smell of OCCO Red. It's a lot like LP Red but with less ...I dunno..."umph" & cinnamon. It seems a bit sweeter & softer. I like it a lot. I wouldn't mind it retaining a bit more of the cinnamon smell than the OCCO Red has but I really like the extra sweetness. If my first attempt at mixing comes out anything even remotely close to that smell, then I'll be happy as a clam
  5. OK, here's the plan....... LP Red oil.....Unscented Blatant Invitation in a silicone base....Combining the two. I'd like to mix a bit of the Blatant Invitation in with the LP Red but I'm wondering about mixing an oil with a silicone. Will this work? I'm assuming it will be a mixture I will have to shake each time before I use it. Is it best to let it sit for a while before trying? Just a bit confused about combining the two mediums.
  6. I'm absolutely IN LOVE with my LP Red. I will never be without a bottle. It starts off very much like cinnamon incense with a touch of sweetness when wet, then dries to a slightly spicy caramel smell on me. Everyone seems to love the smell and I get compliments all the time. I have the OCCO Red and the the smell is more like the sweet caramel smell of LP Red's dry down than it's opening spicy scent. Less silage with the OCCO Red than the LP Red though it seems. I still really like it though. Been thinking of trying to blend in some BI with some of the LP Red to soften it a bit (well, to soften the scent that is...I know I'm going to amp up the va va voom factor). Will have to go through the threads & read up on the best way to do that.
  7. Choosing the Not because I feel it represent me....but just because I really want to know what that banana is doing to that poor cow!! In life, sometimes you're the cow, sometimes you're the banana.....
  8. Wasn't really my opinion...it was just a statement of fact on how I live and why I choose to live the way I do. Just didn't want the gals to think I feel online dating is bad, 'cause I don't. It's just not the route I choose to take. Nothing more...nothing less. Wasn't hoping for validation or for anyone to agree with me, just wanted to make sure I had expressed myself clearly enough so as not to put forth the wrong impression. We all lead different types of lives. It's all good. We're ALL right
  9. I think that's AWESOME that the online thing works for you guys (Lor & Dolly). If the pool of quality men starts running thin where I'm at, who knows. I'm not 100% closed off to any possibilities. I'll try anything once...twice if it was fun enough I do think you guys are misunderstanding my position though. There's no need to DEFEND the merits of online dating. It's just not for ME. If it works for you, then you go girl! One is not BETTER than the other. One is just better than the other for ME. I just keep my life simple. I go out, hang out doing the hobbies I love and date the men I meet. So far I've been lucky (knock on wood) & they've all been real gems. I always make sure to hang out with only quality people in quality places (by quality I don't mean expensive..I just mean where I would find people with the same values as myself). I'm a very confident, outgoing person and very selective with whom I associate with so I think I'm fairly good at weeding out the riff-raff. I don't think I'd be as good at separating the wheat from the chaff though online. That's a talent you gals possess far more than I.
  10. Lor, I agree any and all communication is good communication whether it be online or out in the real world. Having the ability to communicate with pretty much anyone, anywhere is an amazing, awesome thing and I agree it can lead to people, such as your father, having the ability to meet the one person who may truly be the love of one's life. It's also an invaluable tool for those who may have difficulty reaching out to others in the real world. I think there's a place in this world for online communication and online dating and I'm positive there have been many sucessful matches, romantic and otherwise, that have emerged from the technology........I just happen to function more happily outside of it. That's all. So, maybe, if I look at things a different way, it's actually MY flaw that keeps me from delving further into the virtual world when so much of society is jumping into the proverbial virtual deep end? It could be On a different note, I'm very sorry to hear about your father's heart attack. It's never an easy thing (for any involved) when something like that happens to a loved one. He's a lucky man for having met his love of his life. Many people in the world go their entire lives searching without ever finding them. And....I'm glad he met her online
  11. Lor, don't get me wrong, there's NOTHING wrong with it! I'm in no way judging it! I'm not saying one is better than the other, it's just that I PERSONALLY feel more comfortable, like I'm REALLY connecting and communicating when I'm face to face with someone. Online communication is fine (we're doing it now aren't we) but, to me, there's a lot lost in the process. That's just my opinion though. Lots of people in the world don't agree with me and that's fabulous. We can't all see the world the same way. I just know what works FOR ME. I've got a fabulous group of close friends I would go to the ends of the earth & back again for and I've dated truly wonderful men.....all met in the real world. Does that mean I think it's not possible in the virtual world? Of course not. The real world is just where I personally feel comfortable. It's just my "thing". I like to really "feel" the person I'm talking to. Sights & sounds aren't the only things that are different.....to me, I'm missing out on the person's entire "vibe" if you will. Their scent (pheromones), their mannerisms, the slight changes in their eyes & demeanor, their little quirks......their SOUL. But again, that's just MY opinion and what I need to really communicate. As a matter of fact if you're anywhere near Long Beach lets continue the debate over a cup of coffee instead. I'm buyin'!
  12. My avoiding the virtual world has NOTHING to do with fear or trying to avoid my own potential horror story. I just prefer face to face interaction. I'm not afraid of ANYTHING . I just believe in putting myself out there.
  13. I'm glad online dating works for some...as for me, you can count me out. I try to keep myself out of the virtual world as much as possible. I think this is even the only forum/blog/etc that I belong to....and I joined so I could read about the possible discounts. I don't belong to online groups, I don't instant message, none of that. I've heard nothing but horror stories about online dating so my theory is if you put yourself out in the real world as much as possible doing things that are meaningful to you, you'll find another someone who is doing the same thing. This, of course, is just my opinion and how I personally choose to operate. What works for one person will of course not work for everyone and I'm happy to hear there are successful online dating stories. I'm 35 right now...but if I'm still single at 65 I'll still be staying off the online dating services and will be concentrating on being the hottest single gal at the senior center hitting on all the younger guys (probably wearing some Cougar Potion). That's just how I roll
  14. Finally got back on to let you gals know how things went on my second date.....although at this point I think we're on our 12th date so I'd say things went well I'm STILL not sure whether the pheromones effect him or not because I've definitely learned he's naturally very loving, caring, affectionate, and protective (makes it hard to tell if the H&S is working on him), and is also very sexual (makes it hard to tell if the BI is working on him). I can definitely tell you though that he LOVES the scent of LP Red. He's commented on it several times now. He says he loves that I smell like vanilla incense . He's always telling me how good I smell and nuzzling my neck which is where I put most of the scent. I also dab a bit of it in my hair and he makes no attempt at trying to hide the fact he's sniffing my hair I'm going to have to do a bit of experimenting with him, comparing reactions between when I'm wearing various pheromones & when I'm not. Want to try increasing the amount of BI I wear around him. Should be fun ! Although, if we spend any more time in bed we'll never see the light of day! As for the effect the pheromones are having on others. It seems I get more reactions wearing BI than H&S. The reactions I get to BI though are more along the lines of what I was expecting to get with H&S. People (both male & female) are friendlier and more helpful. I don't get the creepy leering looks from men I was afraid I might get. Just happy, very talkative, friendly people who for some unexplained reason feel the need to start telling me all about their lives (including their medical problems). It's pretty amusing actually Makes me want to wear BI all the time, if only for the amusement factor. I'm pretty impressed with it so far. And to think....not long ago I was afraid of wearing it
  15. First chance I've gotten to get back online to share my date experience. Been SUPER busy. It's a sad statement of fact but, when the economy gets bad, business in my line of work goes UP. First things first though, comments I've been wanting to make but hadn't had a chance to..... Don't get me wrong, I'm 100% all for embracing my "inner skank". No problem there! I think we all have a little "skank" in us that needs to get out and roam free every once in a while. Unleash the inner sex kitten (I prefer the term "sex kitten" to "skank" but my friend started calling BI "eau de skank " so now it's stuck in my head)! I was just afraid of smelling like a sex kitten that a cat had peed on Had the guy I was going to go out with been someone I had been seeing for a while, I would have NO problem wearing the BI blatantly and proudly...but we haven't known each other that long so, I was a bit weary of the impression it might give. OK...now onto my date....... I chickened out on bearing the BI. I've had such a HORRIBLE run of bad luck lately that I was afraid of sending the wrong signals and went with a more "touchy feely" pheromone, Ail's Heart & Soul. I did, just for good measure, wear some OCCO Red Shield at the back of my neck though figuring it would be covered up by my hair (which I could simply flip his direction if I wanted copulins to waft his way). As for the reactions I got....well.....I have no idea whether the pheromones had any effect at all or not. He was VERY attentive and gentlemanly (opened every door for me, including the car door, wouldn't let me pay for anything, offered me his jacket when I was cold, held my hand, etc.) but he's always been that way toward me anytime I've seen him so I don't know if the Ail's Heart & Soul had any effect. The only thing that makes me think he noticed the copulins at all was a comment he made at the end of the date. We had gone to see a movie after dinner and I was freezing (as always) so he cuddled me to keep me warm. I was worried my hair was getting in his face so I brushed it away from him (exposing the back of my neck, forgetting about the copulins). At the end of the date he made the comment he had had a lot of fun, enjoyed having sushi with me, enjoyed watching the the movie with me, and enjoyed sniffing my hair. When he made the comment I had assumed he was just getting the smell of my shampoo or something, it was only later that it hit me that he would have been positioned right in a perfect spot to get a wafting of copulins. He had seemed very affectionate during the movie but was it the copulins? I just don't know. He's an affectionate kind of guy already so it's hard to tell. We are going out again tonight (he asked me out for this weekend also in advance so I'll be spending time with him on Sat & Sun too) and I think I'll brave some BI this time. Seems more appropriate tonight since we'll be heading to an Irish pub, drinking, frolicking, etc. Now that I've worn the Ail's Heart & Soul around him so I know he hasn't gotten JUST the "sex kitten" vibe from me, I may be a bit more daring tonight
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