21, tester, female dominated campus, sales |
12-19-2016 8:33 AM
I've been testing mones for about a year now, but I figured keeping all of my findings to myself was a bit selfish, and I thought I could benefit myself from sharing, so here I am!
I really hate embellished reports. I hate exaggerated reports. I don't care if somebody flipped their hair at you. I don't care if somebody stared at you across the room.
And I hold myself to the same standard.
I like to test doses in one of three places to start: the bare minimum, as high as I can go, and the established standard.
I'll typically put whatever mix I'm testing the first day under my nose and do 4 things: meditate, attempt to do demanding work, attempt to socialize with strangers, and try to become sexual (either through porn or with a partner). I find that those 4 areas are the most important to test for self effects.
Some mixes could make me anxious or loopy, making meditation difficult. Some mixes affect cognition during my work negatively, or positively in the case of Bad Wolf (don't worry, I'll have a report to back that claim up soon).
Some mixes make me more inclined to relax and not socialize. TAC seems to have this effect on me, though I just began testing this molecule so expect a report soon to elaborate. Others make me very social and unreserved when talking to strangers.
Others kill my libido or exacerbate it, which would become apparent when attempting to be sexual.
I have a girlfriend, though we are in an open relationship on my side, so I will be able to report on effects on SOs as well as girls I have only known briefly or complete strangers. I am not permitted to carry on long term relationships with other girls, so these reports will be on catch and release women.
My campus is very saturated with women, and not as many guys, so in terms of attention grabbing effects and first impressions, I'm set up for this rather well.
I'm in sales focused on rather large transactions, so in terms of testing mone qualities of trustworthiness, status, respect, disinhibition, etc in the business environment, I would say I'm set up rather nicely for one on one interactions.
I look forward to sharing with you all!
Edit: just a disclosure here, I won't be posting often, but that's just because I prefer to compile all my notes for each day for at least a couple weeks before I make any assertions about a mix. The first few days I may have a completely different impression from what I conclude in the end, and I don't want to mislead anybody while I'm still learning a mix.