What is it, that a simple piece of women’s slinky leggings, makes men at least beefy male corpuscles that are stallions and Alpha Wolvez, weak in the knees? What is it about nylons? Or in its mid 1960’s variant Pantyhose? Both have been around since that mid 1920’s, some seamed, some in silk, but nylons. Was it that many women gave up their hosiery in sacrifice that enabled fabric for parachutes for pilots in two wars? Who knows what’s in hose that , stinky or not , that make men desire above all to have against their lips and under their nose. Could it be the slippery satiney feel, against the skin? Could it be that Pantyhose scrunches up serious muffin tops? What ever it is there is even a page and or group on FB called the Pantyhose Review. And a production company on YouTube called Pantyhosestudios.com Groovy baby. When it gets down undressed for me there is just about the only experiment that I haven’t experienced in brushing up the rushing pulses of nylons is those super white, stockings. The wonderment is, do they feel, smell and taste different from other colors and styles? Further research needs to be done. KnyteWolf University is working at it.
There is the tactile senses that need satisfied, before you buy a product. Example, Campbell’s soup company for years has barked that nothing tastes better than a soup and sandwich. I agree. The main soup? Tomato. But on TV ad’s they had to portray the product to the senses of smell. Which has a lot to do with taste. You taste more with your nose than your tongue. If what ever it is smells raunchy , your not going near it, however if it smells sweet or pleasant your taste buds will water. If you doubt, ask yourself this. Smell is why 80% or better of the exotic perfumes and scent companies count on. Of course, I’m waiting for the diesel or av fuel scent, but I’ll wait. There’s the musk scents. Which supposedly encourages endorphins to rush to the surface. Pheromones, is also included there. Musky smells are mirrors to Pheromone smells, and stimulate one thing, you stimulate the others. Of course smell can help detect other things. A year or so ago, there was this gal, who visited my home in Wendell, along with that dear lady Kathleen. They were getting me into doTerra. The gal, who I will call Windie, giving me an oil rub down on my feet, started sniffing my feet. Of course a week long wearing of work boots and very dirty socks, I was worried about her. The fact that it is usually me doing the sniffing, I was shocked. Later I remembered this little dog that Janet, brought to the office at the Wentworth there in Etown. The dog like Windie, went bazzerk, over my smells. What they were sniffing for was not pheromones, but that of a sweet sugar type smell. I didn’t know then much about my glucose condition, but those with type 2 diabetes, when our glucose, or A1C level is messed up, is our sweat is well, sugary. But I drift off course here.
If your peddling anything, either in Brick and Mortar or online/TV,or print. If you can’t smell, and or taste it with your eyes, that translates into action, then you have just pissd that money down the drain. You have to relate that. As far as radio. Sounds also make a difference. Example, back when we first launched the we LuV Toewz thing for Dixie Toewing, I was doing a promo, at KUPI in Idaho Falls. There was a seat cover there doing the producing. I explained that there is a difference in sound, even a simple kiss. If you do any kind of lip smacking, there is a difference between a simple peck, and a deep tongue jousting, smooch. We taped both, she understood. When we were doing a in office audition at TMG a few years ago now, I asked that all applicant talents wear really smelly hosiery. Only one heard the word. Not only did she wear stockings that I could smell with my eyes as well as my nose, that I immediately chose her as our main focal person. Same goes for Althea, she wore what was asked. Which meant she could and would take on set direction well. Not argue at every suggestion, scripted or not. So in closing, if you can’t taste it or smell it with your eyes as well as your nose, your not going to sell it on TV, Online or in print.