As a used panty seller there’s a good chance you’ve been asked once or twice from a buyer to describe your scent…
How would you describe your vagina scent?
Well, umm, err…
Pennies in milk?
Sweat & white wine?
Rich and nutty?
Lemony and peppery?
And of course most used panties carry scents from zones 1, 2 and 3 so there might even be a combination of factors going on.
Your scent is as individual as you are and can vary according to a number of factors like your diet, any medication, birth-control, whether you drink coffee or take probiotics (this is a hack recently shared in my group to enhance your scent)
It can also depend on where you are in your menstrual cycle, if you’re stressed out or your detergent and hygiene practice.
So there’s definitely no ‘right or wrong’ when it comes to the scent of the flowers in your lady-garden.
For some reason, describing the scent of their vagina seems to be a real sticking point for many sellers.
This came up in my group today when a seller referenced that a lot of sellers were describing their scent as sweet in their profile description.
There’s no one size fits all here. I think a lot of sellers fall back on describing their scent as “sweet” under some kind of understanding that that’s what buyers are looking for.
I’m going to go all out here and say that panty buyers could literally end the career of most wine-tasters in their ability to decipher and articulate scent.
Most panty sniffers have had experience with tens or even hundreds of scents from many sellers. They will definitely like the smell of some over others. One man’s meat is another man’s poison and all that.
A lot of sellers get self-conscious when they send out a pair of panties in the hope that the man won’t be somehow put off by their scent. Whilst it’s possible, it’s very rare for a man to ever come back and say he didn’t like the smell. In most cases if there’s a complaint it’s because they didn’t think they were smelly enough!
But yes, wine reviewers could be put out of business by panty sniffers I guarantee it. They would probably be the ones you should consult when it comes to best describing your scent.
I mention wine-tasting specifically because I think it has many of the same characteristics of a woman’s scent.
Yeast (hopefully not an imbalance!)
Let’s look at some of the more curious wine descriptions online shall we?
“The … might be called liquefied Viagra. An incredibly sexy nose of smoke, black fruits, cappuccino, and toasty wood is followed by an expansive, terrifically concentrated wine with a sumptuous texture, no hard edges, beautifully integrated acidity and tannin, and a long, 35 second finish.”
“…the 1981 Beaucastel, which represents the essence of beef blood, animal notes, and sweaty horse saddle…”
“A nose mingling gentian, elderflower, seaweed, mussels, salt spray and chicken stock… Sage, fennel, peach kernel, lemon, alkali and wet stone all chime in on the silken, buoyant…mouth-wateringly saline finish of polished and prodigious length…”
Aren’t these fantastic?
My favourite is liquified Viagra because that’s an excellent descriptor for the effect we’re actually going for here.
I highly anticipate some sellers will be using that in their adverts now. It’s fine, go ahead.
I’m not suggesting for one minute you go to these lengths to describe your scent and I don’t suppose all that many panty sniffers will care for a description like this. But because I’m a bit zany like that I might spend an hour putting together a description like that and using it in my marketing.
I guess some buyers would like the fact that you put the effort into describing something that they themselves care for.
Perhaps you want to put a little more effort into it than just ‘sweet’ and see what you can come up with?
If you want to go to the trouble of trying to really describe your scent to use in adverts, this poster can help you: