My own body odor excites me
I’m blessed with a great body odor. Those fortunate guys who got to go down on me or lick the beads of sweat running down my breasts declare I had the sweetest-smelling body odor. The word one hunk used to describe my body odor was “nectareous”. Geez… one would think I’m attracting bees and hummingbirds instead of men! No wonder he would volunteer to do the dishes just to camp down there, making me climax repeatedly before shoving it in and rendering me limp from multiple orgasms.
To the shock of my girlfriends, I don’t use perfumes. In fact I detest them. The ones I get from friends, I’ll eBay or Lelong them off. I think the “body odor” phrase has been bastardized to mean repulsive emanation from the body. And these stinky salespeople (every pun intended) try to promote perfumes to mask your “body odor”. What the hell is that all about?
If your body odor is pleasing or sexually stimulating to the opposite sex, why disguise it? Flaunt it, I tell you, because no perfume can drive your partner berserk like an ambrosial body odor. My guys have been driven nuts without me having to resort to some come-hither-smelling spice. During intense copulation sessions especially, the scent from my body sweat seems to have a stump-pulling torque effect on the guys. One guy got so lustful and fiery that I was half afraid he would rip me apart. He was so hard and thick, my goodness. A bull with its nostrils turned up when excited by love scents. As he pulverized my body, pounding waves of orgasm hit me. He later confided that the scent from between my breasts cracked him.
Likewise, one guy I dated would wake up every morning smelling like fresh pine needles. The flesh between my legs would start quivering. I would flick my wet tongue over the tip his nipples and he would get the message. I was sodden and ready for a good trashing.
Guys, do you worship a woman’s natural body odor? From hair to neck to armpits to breasts and vagina. Of course, to be fair, let’s suppose she washes her hair and showers regularly *guffaw*
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