Satiric radio commentary for the 90s from the man who drained Lake Michigan and filled it with hot chocolate!!!

Stan's Book Review: "Scent-sational Sex"

Stan Freberg here. My old friend, Dr. Alan Hirsch, the aroma expert, has a new book out that may spell "curtains" for the perfume business. You'd be surprised what turns men on. After this. [:60 SPOT BREAK]

Freberg again. Dr. Alan Hirsch heads up the Smell and Taste Treatment Foundation in Chicago. As a psychiatirst and a neurologist, he's done studies for a giant computer firm in Japan to see what smell made workers more efficient--it was citrus--and a study of what helped people to lose weight--it was sniffing a green apple when they got hungry. Really.

Now his new book, "Scent-sational Sex," reveals that most men are turned off by perfume, and are most aroused by the smell of lavender, cinnamon buns, or pumpkin pie...reminds them of Mom's home cooking?

And women get all sexy from the aroma of cucumbers, or licorice-flavored "Good and Plenty."

Hey! Pass the "Good and Plenty"!

Stan Freberg here.

Copyright ©1998, Stan Freberg/Freberg, Ltd. (but not very) Distributed by Dick Brescia Associates and Radio Spirits, Inc.

See also:

Scent-Sational Weight Loss (Part One) and
Scent-Sational Weight Loss (Part Two)

in the 1996 Archives.