irish eyes Posted November 13, 2013 Share Posted November 13, 2013 Just joined this forum after reading many of the posts. I have to admit some made me laugh out loud. Reading about blow drying your lollipop and running around naked flapping your arms doing some crazy dry your mone dance. Got to admit you ladies know how to laugh and that is important in life. Now to my question. I am 46, been divorced for 5 years afer a 21 year marriage, have seen two men in the 5 years (off and on type nothing serious)...I have been mostly busy starting over in life. I have made myself a promise that I would start getting out more and looking for a serious relationship. I work some overnights so that hasn't left me feeling like I want to just get out there...I am currently on birth control and I know that can make a difference in mones as well. I have been in places where men my age or older have made comments about other women's perfume being too sweet or "cutesy" and stated they thought she was trying to seem younger. Not sure if mones would make a difference in their preference for scent but I woulld like to know what the older women here have had success with. I realize that not all men are interested in the same things scent wise but more older men just seem to be turned off by the really sweet ones. I don't have any sweet scents right now so I haven't tested that out. Just an observation. I don't need to smack them over the head like a cave woman...just want to start off with getting some extra attention so I can sort the wheat from the chaff ( some guys are happy in the perpetual hunter role and are not going to settle on one woman. Some are game players and some litterally just love to play video games) It seems like the good hearted, hard working guys that would appreciate a good partner are so busy working they do not get out much LOL I am planning a fairly large first order ( before the 25th of the month of course) and plan on mostly the unscented blends just to get a feel of how they are individually before adding scents that are also new to me but have to admit Garland and ace sounds like a good mix. I was glad to see that I found LP just in time for the November sale of trial sized unscented blends so that I can try quite a few. I am looking for some suggestions as to what should be in a basic arsenal of blends. Thank you in advance and I am looking forward to any suggestion you have. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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