Discussion in 'Amazon Avenue' started by Lincee, 8/13/19 at 3:21 PM.
Luka gave me “the scent”
Who knows, she may yet start to love me
Im gonna be a sniffer now, arent i
Yes you are, They have that wonderful smell, Eclectus have it too..
Ode de musk! Best fragrance ever. Sniff away!
Yeah, i dont know about you people. The scent of an amazon is definitely an acquired taste lol. My dad's YNA definitely has a scent...
I'm so jealous and I don't even have an amazon!
Omg I am so hooked on my fids. Pi has a little musky smell. Neptune smells like a seed .. I could sniff them all day !
Is there a support group for bird huffers?
I'm so curious to smell an Amazon scent one day. I've never really interacted with one that closely. Congrats of getting your first wiff @Lincee ! Glad things are going so well now!
Sometimes my armpit smells like an amazon... if that gives you any idea...
Here's another interesting tidbit - some humans, (or maybe all humans I'm not sure) are naturally able to detect compatible phermones from other humans' armpits.
Can't say I've ever been attracted to an armpit... but, ooookaaaay.....
I haven't either! Thanks for making me feel silly
But it's true!
I know you probably don't want to read the whole thing but I'll post it just incase anyone is interested Armpit Psychology: The Science of Body Odor Perception - Scientific American Blog Network
Here is one quote from the article summarizing what I was referring to
As far as natural body odors go, scientists have found repeatedly that the less a person smells like you, the more attractive—or rather, the less repulsive—you find their armpit aromas. To evolutionary psychologist Glenn Weisfeld from Wayne State University, the reason we prefer dissimilarly scented others is obvious: since olfaction plays a key role in identifying who is genetically related to us and who isn’t (in some studies, participants with especially strong odor detection abilities can even successfully discriminate between the body odors of identical twins raised apart and those of fraternal twins raised together), being specially repelled by the malodorous fumes of our biological kin functions to promote incest avoidance.
Oh you aren't silly! I believe it! I was being silly... I have told Henry " Oh dear! I'm turning into an Amazon... I smell like you!!!" ( after a hot day of course..)
I don't want to know WHY you looked that up in the first place.......
It's AWESOME when that happens. Love sniffing parrots!
I'm full of useless knowledge!
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