That body is on point.
And this is all I'm dumping. Hope I contributed good enough to the thread.
For those of you who have had sex with black guys before - did you find their 'scent' to be somewhat off-putting or overbearing? I've done it with two black guys... They had that 'smell' that everyone talks about. It was kind of acrid and overpowering, but I tried to ignore it. Truthfully, I found it somewhat unpleasant.
I've done it with whites and latinos, and I've never smelled anything like that in them.
Then you slept with two black dudes who didn't wash all that well. I find it funny when I hear people talk about black people's odors when everyone has an odor. I saw a hot Indian dude at my job but could barely stand next to him because he smelled like hot grease.
I was this close to getting some action with a black dude. Seemed nice enough. But then I got some guilt ("am I REALLY going to have sex with a black guy?"), plus the whole 'blacks are very likely to have HIV and/or STDs", so I just stopped replying.
Still feel a little bad about it. Guy looked pretty decent, seemed chill.
Is this something only white people can smell? I'm Asian and my white friends always mention how x-black person in our company smells like shit or whatnot. To be honest I can't smell anything bad aside from hair products. And these white guys tend to have poor hygiene themselves.
It's definitely confirmation bias combined with encountering that one really smelly homeless dude. It's all about how many spices and how much greasy food you eat. Japanese complain about smelly Americans all the time, and it's because their diet is cleaner and they actually bathe with washcloths.
They either have jobs that give them that odor
or they just didn't care to bathe. I've fucked
two black men and they both smelled fucking amazing (I'm sure one of them had on Versace, I LOVE that brand of cologne) but they were white collar office type guys.
Could be the soap he uses. My friend always smells like Old Spice but, then again, he does work on the professional side of a nearby hardware store (he deals with customers who own businesses like hotels and restaurants so he pretty much goes to work with a shirt, tie and dress pants all the time).