Men: Smell Like Dirt

I like men that smell like men. I am not talking about men who stink like a jungle ape or an unfortunate European who has evaded the shower for one too many days. I am talking about men who smell like dirt, sweat, grass, wood, grit, testosterone, and sex. Yep, it turns me on every time without fail. It’s loin quivering.

The problem is that most men wear chemically-contrived dude scents in the form of cologne, or body washes, or strange synthetic cocktails found in laundry detergents, air fresheners, and cleaning products to mask their manly musk. These products advertised to make you smell better actually block your personal aroma that helps to intoxicate and inform people of your health, vitality, sexual viability, and personal compatibly. Almost inescapably, we live in a chemical soup in our cars, homes, bathrooms, offices.  This obsession with chemical scent severely messes with our (hormone) systems and needs to change.

Those chemical sprays, soaps, plug-ins, deodorants, colognes, toothpastes, and household cleansers that are designed to make you smell good are actually toxic. They are poisonous to your body and have a negative effect on every single organ system (including your sex organs so your boy can’t rise to the occasion because the tissues are suffocating on chemical fumes). Synthetic toxic chemicals (unlike natural, unadulterated scents in the form of essential oils or simple soaps) cannot be understood by our bodies and so they get stored in our fat tissue for our bodies to deal with later. Too much storage of synthetic junk will weaken your system and can have long-term detrimental effects on your health.

Sure, it’s easier to use a bar of chemical soap because it’s cheap, convenient, and probably what you have always used, but it makes you smell like an artificial aberration of yourself. That’s not manly at all.

It doesn’t matter how good you look if you smell of man-made chemicals or from shower aversion, no one is going to want to hang out with you, especially not the ladies. Smelling good comes from being healthy.

If you have bad body odor, suffer from halitosis, or have stinky poops, your body is unwell and no manly spray will cover that up. If you are healthy, you will not need to use all that chemical goop; just a steamy shower every day or two will do the trick to keep you smelling sweet and fresh. Note: if you are a stink bomb, just try drinking more water. You will be amazed by the difference it makes.

So ditch all the chemical crap and instead use natural products to lighten your toxic load, such as:

  • Dr. Bonner’s Castile Hemp Soap
  • EcoVera or other natural household cleaners for sinks, floors, and bathtubs
  • Essential oils

Essential oils are my favorite way to enhance your personal scent. They can be used to freshen up a room (simply drop essential oils on the carpet, in a diffuser, or in mop water) or provide you with natural, panty-dropping cologne. On men I am particularly fond of oils such as Vetiver, Sandalwood, White Cedar, Douglas Fir, and Oak Moss. I don’t know what it is about those scents, but when I make a blend of them for my male friends or boyfriends, I lose all inhibitions.

Your authentic smell is incredibly intoxicating.  Nothing makes my heart beat faster and my toes curl up more than the natural smell at the nape of the neck of the man I love (or am currently loving). Dump the chemical stuff in favor of your own unique blend of pheromones, sweat, sex, and power. The ladies will fall to their knees.


4 comments on “Men: Smell Like Dirt

  1. This made me think and also chuckle, cuz I refuse to smell naturally, my bathroom is an extension of Sephora 😦

  2. Yep… there’s “something” about an Aqua Velva man for sure…. ; )

  3. you ladys love it don’t lie …

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