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Smell ya later!
If you’ve had trouble dating, it might be because single men stink — literally — and women have the ability to sniff out married men among the bachelors (anh chàng độc thân), according to a study published in the Frontiers in Psychology medical journal.
Researchers at Australia’s Macquarie University proved that single men smell more strongly than guys who are booed up.
“From an evolutionary (tiến hóa) perspective, it may be advantageous for women to detect the chemosignals that connote coupledom and ultimately avoid courting partnered males (especially with offspring) due to the relatively reduced resources they can offer,” authors of the study reported.
Pheromones — scents (mùi) we emit due to our hormones — play a large, evolutionary role in partnership and attraction. Earlier this year, single ladies were opting to “vab” instead of dousing themselves in perfume when hitting the town, convinced that the scent of their vaginal (âm đạo) secretions (rỉ ra) on their neck would reel potential partners in.
Birth control pills have even been slammed by women for affecting the way they see their partners. Podcaster Elisha Covey previously claimed going off birth control changed the way she saw — and smelled — her husband, and is convinced the widely touted pill could be spoiling your dating life.
As for the stench (mùi hôi thối, mùi rất khó chịu) of singletons, researchers asked 82 heterosexual women to sniff the T-shirt sweat of 91 different men — 45 cuffed guys and 46 singles.
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