Amalthea1978 Posted March 16, 2014 Share Posted March 16, 2014 Sorry, to start off I should say that I had no idea whatsoever how to title this thread. There's something I've been wondering about lately, and someone else's post had me thinking about it more, but I'm having a hard time wording exactly what I want to ask so bear with me. This is all hypothetical to me, I'm not in any particular situation that I NEED to know, it's just something I've been wondering about and good information to have for the future. If you're wearing a pheromone in a group of people (maybe you have an intended "target" or want to draw people in general to you, or whatever) how do you know that someone will identify YOU as the "source" of the phero? Maybe you have a specific target guy (or girl), and you're going to be in a group - how do you know that they won't smell the phero, be affected, but attribute it to someone else in the immediate area? Like as opposed to when, say, you wear a phero to a gathering with the intent to create a certain atmosphere among an entire group (I'm thinking, for example, when people talk about wearing Treasured Hearts or something similar to create an atmosphere of calm and happiness at a family gathering or some other event). I see it mentioned so many times in the forum - someone will talk about how they wore a certain phero and everybody in their group/at their party/whatever was just relaxed and happy. I'm sure that both effects - wide and targeted - are useful depending on your situation. Am I making sense at all? I'm guessing it's a question of diffusion, really. I guess this was never a real factor for me because when I HAD a target guy we were alone together alot - in our office, just the two of us, so there was no question that he would associate any phero effects with me. But now that I'm thinking of broader uses for pheromones, it's just something I've been wondering about. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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