Shared Pheromone Experience

This one is easy, and I’m sure you’ve done it before. When you and another person are both sharing the same experience, make a comment on it. It could be that it’s taking forever to get a drink at a busy bar, a guy is doing something absurd on the train, or you’re both checking out the same books at a bookstore. Whatever the shared experience is, saying something about it will almost always yield a welcome response on pheromone production.SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLIMENTSSherlock Holmes’ talent, which made him such an amazing detective (other than incredible deductive reasoning), was to notice the little details that most people miss. While I’m observing what kind of mood someone’s in, I’m also noticing those little details in what they’re wearing or how they’re acting that usually go unnoticed by most people. Learn more about pheromones at

Then I express my feelings towards pheromone usage.People, and especially women, are sick of generic compliments because they know they’re insincere, but they love attention to detail. For example, “Nice shirt” will almost always get met with a well deserved roll of her eyes, whereas “All of the colors on your shirt are really exciting” will almost always get a positive response (as long as you actually feel that way). Similarly, “Cool purse” is alright, but “Your purse looks like a disco ball” sets you apart from every other guy who likes to use cheap pheromones. Learn more at and

Maybe it’s the fact that he’s wearing a shirt for a band you love or that she put in the consideration to match her eyeliner to her outfit — if you comment on these things, and even more so demonstrate how they make you feel, then you’re going to stand out.NOTICING SOMETHING INTERESTING with PheromonesWherever we went, my grandmother would share whatever was on her mind with whoever was around. She was definitely someone who made socializing a habit and never suffered for friends!If we were at the grocery store and the broccoli was on sale, she’d probably mention it to anyone nearby. Sometimes the other person would just smile politely, and sometimes they’d be off talking for awhile, extending my trip to the grocery store for another 10 minutes with those great pheromones.See something that surprises you? Maybe ribeyes are on special at the grocery store that week, or maybe the muffins at the coffee shop look extra appealing that day. Whatever it is, share it with someone around you.Communicating with sexual pheromones is often all you need. Maybe you’re at a dinner party and you can tell two people are attracted to each other just by watching the way they communicate. Individuals who don’t understand sexual energy wonder what happened. They ask, “What did he do to trigger that attraction?” and feel frustrated that they’re not having those kinds of interactions with women. People who are aware of how sexual energy is communicated know exactly what’s going on in this situation, — often before the two people who are communicating sexually know it themselves — and they just smile. They know that the two had some natural chemistry and that they weren’t afraid to express their feelings for one another in the only way that matters. It’s a beautiful thing.