Well, forget about pricey colognes, and just start increasing your garlic consumption. Yes, garlic, that stinkiest of foodstuffs, can apparently make men smell more attractive to women.
It sounds entirely counterintuitive, but that was the verdict of a 2015 study, the findings of which have resurfaced online in recent days. Researchers from the University of Stirling and Prague's Charles University asked 42 men in rotation to eat raw garlic, garlic capsules, or no garlic, and wear pads in their armpits for 12 hours afterwards to collect body odour.
Then, 82 women were asked to sniff the odour samples and judge them on their pleasantness, attractiveness, masculinity and intensity. The body odour of the men was perceived to be "significantly more attractive and less intense" when they had eaten the garlic in bulb and capsule form than when they (the same men) hadn't eaten it.
"Our results indicate that garlic consumption may have positive effects on perceived body odour hedonicity (the pleasure derived from it), perhaps due to its health effects, for example antioxidant properties and antimicrobial activity.
Британские учоные пиздеть не будут.
А для себя я такой вывод уже давно сделал. По клубешникам за бабой не съев головку-другую чесноку вообще не выхожу. Баба на чеснок идет так, шо только и работы до кустов дотащить. А потом ебуся дни и ночи напролет, будь оно неладно.