‘Pheromone Parties’ Help Singles Find Dates By Sniffing Each Other

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‘Pheromone Parties’ Help Singles Find Dates By Sniffing Each Other

More singles are taking part in an alternative dating trend called “pheromone parties,” in which participants sleep in the same T-shirts for three nights, put them in numbered plastic bags, and bring them to parties where guests can sniff the shirts and match up with the person whose scent they like. What do you think?

  • “I’m happy to support any event that elevates the dating pool by pairing off freaks.”

    Dustin Szymanksi
    Michelin Star Rater
  • “What’s the use? I’m never going to smell as good as the guys you smell on TV.”

    Frank Gillouley
    Unemployed
  • “Thank God I no longer care if I ever find anyone.”

    Karen Estes
    Tote Bag Designer