We get stuck there and are going to be there for quite a while. This guy chats me up and before I know it he is stealing blood from me via syringe. He is a nihilist and doesn’t care if he kills me; he needs my blood for some kind of terrorist plot, because it is magic.
In order that no one else gets suspicious he pretends to be my boyfriend. At first I fight him but then I lose so much blood it makes me weak so I give in and give up. I stop fighting and start pretending I love him and I resign myself to the fact that I am going to die in his arms with him taking my blood.
When I wake up, I analyze the dream, which I think has to do with a friend’s relationship situation or with one of my business partnerships, but then of course my mind turns to fragrance. One I really didn’t like.
The Blood Concept line was meant to smell unnatural, but also to be reminiscent of blood. I am not squeamish when it comes to fragrance; I like some that are highly odd, and I actually don’t think blood smells all that bad (I have never witnessed a crime scene but I have had a lot of blood drawn due to a bout with Lyme disease).
Curiosity got the best of me and I ordered a sample. Since Lucky Scent wasn’t much help describing the fragrances (they say it contains thyme, raspberry, rose hips, leather, birch, cedar, Cyperus esculentus and metallic notes; I only get the latter), I just picked the one which corresponded to my actual blood type. I guess subconsciously I thought it would work like pheromones.
Blood Concept Type O does not smell good. It doesn’t smell like human blood either. Maybe alien blood, if the life forms on the planet were made of metal.
If you want to know what Blood Concept Type O smells like, go find a construction site where they are erecting a steel frame building and lick one of the girders. If the mere idea of that disgusts you, then save your money because you have already had most of this experience.
If you are an alien, a vampire, or that weird guy in my dream, you just might like it. If so, it can be purchased from the above link for $155 for a metal canister containing 65 ml.