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Five Ideas for a New Pheromone User
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RE: Five Ideas for a New Pheromone User
12-20-2011 12:55 PM

(01-21-2010 4:09 PM)ashley14 Wrote:  <p>Im relativley new to pheromones and new to this website so im still getting situated but I've come to realize that there is a HUGE selection of pheromone brands out there and not all of them are legitamate. Thank you for your advice! but I'm afraid new users will have to eventually learn by trial and error, I tried a number of pheromones (6) and id say 4 of them had some kind of noticeable effect the other not so much, just get out there and try everything !lol</p>

Not a good idea to get out there and try everything. Best start with one or two products known to work, and persist with them for a few months. It takes a long-time to understand at a practical level how pheromones work, even if one has read a great deal about them and understands social dynamics well in theory.
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RE: Five Ideas for a New Pheromone User - moonwhisper - 09-10-2009, 8:19 PM
RE: Five Ideas for a New Pheromone User - Pheroquirk - 12-20-2011 12:55 PM

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