"Liquid Panty Remover"?  

wistfuljester 64M
1259 posts
4/29/2006 1:39 pm

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5/3/2006 8:54 pm

"Liquid Panty Remover"?

Here's something I found on a site called Impact Lab. I thought it was hilarious, especially since these guys seem so serious about it:

Real pheromones can work very well. The problems is cutting through the hype to find out which ones are real and work, which ones are real and kinda work, and which ones are totally worthless. Here are the ratings.

The following products are marketed as pheromone colognes and sprays, but not all of them are! If you're about to spend $20-$100 on something to help you get more attention from the opposite sex, you want it to work, assuming it arrives in the first place! Play your cards right and you could have a few months supply of "liquid panty remover" at your disposal for the price of a bad date. Purchase the wrong product and you're out of cash and at the same place you were before you tried the pheromones.

Here's how the testing turned out:

1.) Pherlure Cologne is the winner, best product on the market. First off, it's the only one on the list that uses an exclusive pheromone, Di-Dehydroepiandrosterone, to be university tested by University of Chicago. University of Chicago was the first University to find humans respond to pheromones in the 90's. The tests they've done on this brand showed that it works! By far the most effective Pheromone product tested, increased smiles, flirting, calls, action... The stuff also smells awsome, we've gotten compliments on just the smell. Highly Recommended.

Rating: *****

Price: $49

2.) Athena Pheromones has a terrible website but came to our attention in a news article as a legitmate pheromone brand. The pheromones did work on their own and with an aftershave, however the steep $99.99 price tag is hard getting over. They also weren't nearly as effective as Pherlure Cologne. The pheromones are REAL, so it is Recommended as an aftershave additive.

Rating: ***

Price: $99

3.) Pherx gets 2 stars because it did arrive on time, has a nice website, and it does seem to be legitmate Androstenone Pheromone. Unfortunately, Androstenone pheromone doesn't seem to do much. This falls under the "Real Pheromones that kinda work" so it's not really recommended, and is more of a novelty.

Rating: **

Price: $30

4.) Primal Instinct. We heard good things about Primal Instinct, unfortunately this over-priced garbage never arrived at first! No repsonse from the first vendor which is a popular pheromone store. We then bought some directly from getprimal.com which arrived on time. But similar luke warm results as Pherx above. Another terrible website.

Rating: **

Price: $70

5.) Nexus Pheromones. This stuff arrived a few days later than promised, but that would be no problem if it actually worked! No luck with Nexus Pheromones, not even close to having any attraction qualities. The stuff smells fine and we had high hopes for this one, but was disappointing, has a cheesy website, and is not recommended.

Rating: *

Price: $50

6.) Androstenone Pheromone Concentrate. The Androstenone Pheromone Concentrate is heavily marketed. It smells okay. Unfortunately it only contains about .25mg of Androstenone in the whole bottle! Not recommended. Totally worthless!

Rating: Worthless - zero stars

Price: $40

7.) Human Euphoria Men's Pheromone Cologne. Same scam as above, it smells a little better, but again found out after purchasing it contains only a trace amount of Androstenone in the bottle! Not recommended. Read above.

Rating: Worthless - zero stars

Price: $70

In conclusion, we had high hopes for each of these products. Good products like this in the hands of a lonely person can literally change the world around them. If we can only get rid of the scam artists, this may become a viable industry.

Gee, I wonder how I can get a job working for these guys?

wistfuljester 64M

4/30/2006 12:26 am

Soy...I know exactly what you mean.

It was the seriousness of this "review" that got me giggling so hard.

(Yes, you all, men can giggle too...lol).

PrincessKarma 43F
6188 posts
5/3/2006 12:52 pm

Ah... but do they work?

I wanna know if Consumer Reports has written anything on this mater.

The Big Bang was the mother of all orgasms.PrincessKarma

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