Most men don’t act this way with pheromones and I know it sounds crazy. We get hyped up by the media, their stories on pheromone attraction and you’re told from early age, well men just want sex, they’re all animals, they paw all over you. I don’t know a lot of guys like that. I know way more guys who hold themselves back because they’re terrified of any public embarrassment.
Fuck that, this is your girlfriend, go at it. I want you to go at it when you first see her to the point where someone yells at you, “get a room.” If you haven’t got to that point, do more. Reach down, slide your hand under her pants, into her panties. Take her hand put it on your cock, let her feel that you’re hard for her, that you’re excited for her. This is the start to it.
Now for the pheromone date. You’ve already got this great experience aith natural pheromone colognes, whether or not you finish right there it doesn’t matter. You just want to set the idea that you’re so excited to see this woman that you can’t help yourself. The date. Here’s what I want you to do.
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Synthetic Pheromone Chemistry in Bees
Synthetic samples of the 14 substances identiﬁed by Callow and Johnston (1960) and Callow et al. (1964) were bioassayed by Butler and Fairey (1964) for stabilizing swarm clusters (page 25) and attracting drones (page 94) but only 9-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid (to be referred to as 9-HDA) and 9-ODA were effective.
Later Callow (unpublished; see Simpson, 1979) identiﬁed several more substances including nonanoic acid, dodecanoic acid, tetradecanoic acid, hexadecanoic acid, octadecanoic acid, octanedioic acid, decanedioic acid, undecanedioic acid and dodecanedioic acid. To my knowledge these have not been tested.
Probably all or most of these substances identiﬁed by Callow are secreted by the pheromone glands. Some may be precursors of pheromones and others may play the role of ‘keeper’ substances and help to delay volatilization of the active pheromone components.
Some of the major components have been quantiﬁed in queens of different ages (Crewe, 1982; Table 2.1). The predominant component of the mandibu- lar glands of virgin queens is (E)-10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid (10-HDA) which is the dominant component of the pheromone glands of worker bees. As the queen ages, irrespective of whether or not she is mated, IOHDA becomes relatively less abundant and 9-ODA and 9-HDA come to predominate.
There were consistent differences between queens of the three races investigated in the relative proportions of the major components produced. The largest proportion of 9-ODA was produced by Apis mellifera capénsis queens; A.m. capensis laying workers also produce a high proportion of 9-ODA (see Table 5.1).
Because the proportional blend of components produced from the pheromone gland can vary with the race of bee concerned and probably to some extent with individual queens (Crewe, 1982), the signals that the workers of each race recognize and respond to are characteristically different. The response to them is probably partly innate and partly conditioned. It has yet to be determined whether the signals produced by the queen of a race other than their own would be as effective.
The effectiveness of components other than 9-ODA and 9-HDA, singly or in mixtures, in attracting workers (see below) inhibiting reproduction (page 34) and stimulating worker activity (page 67) has not been investigated. There is no information on the chemical identity of pheromone secreted by the tergite glands.