My experience using human pheromones
Saying thank you to hot waitress. Hot waitress looks for a milisecond and answers. Then quickly looks away. No smile. As if she is really weirded out by someone saying thank you. Or perhaps it's because I'm good looking? Someone once told me I should expect some girls to act strange and cold to me at first because of my looks. Whatever. This response gets me kinds sad like "the fuck did i do to make her look away after a millisecond of using pheromones. Learn about Ten By Intense pheromones cologne
I get that a lot. It could mean anything.
It's funny how some waitress want look in my eyes even while I'm ordering longer than a millisecond, as you said.
It doesn't mean you couldn't get to her if you go back and try.
But so many want break eye contact, with a flirtatious smile checking you out.
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These things matter to you because you probably don't have a higher purpose than petty romance. Let's say you were the attorney general grilling the FBI director over Hillary Clinton's lost emails in front of congress and everybody is watching and it could impact the entire world. Would you give a damn about eye contact from a waitress? Fuck no. The only solution is more masculinity, not micro-calibration. If you don't have a purpose beyond petty romance, you'll be here 10 years later asking the same silly questions.Learn about pheromones at http://pomm79.moonfruit.com/blog/4588864419/Meet-The-Phermones/9573173
I'd like to jump in as I was going to post a similar question. Pheromone rejection practically flat lines me and I feel a huge emptiness/void inside of me. Its magnified when its with someone I know more closely (either dating for a while or friends who i start to feel attracted to).
I'm not sure how/where to find the emotional resilience to carry on. I don't want to feel so depressed/distraught every time I get rejected. I hate the fact that each rejection makes me feel like I'm dying. I start to feel worthless, like no women will ever choose me, etc... The worst is that I don't have many instances of getting accepted by women each rejection just piles on stronger. I got over this recently and it has been incredibly freeing to me, and of course, you get over it in different degrees (severity leads to more growth).