It's the newest dating fad for singles. Can you imagine using your nose, to make a love connection? That's what's happening in the Phoenix area, according to CNN.
"I'm an adventurous person, I'll try anything once, even sniffing," said one person who recently tried the dating session.
"I mean, it has to be real, animals have that sixth sense or whatever it is, I think."
Here's how it goes down---attendees bring the shirt they've slept in and it gets assigned a number. Then they gather around the table of shirts and sniff away.
Then they take pictures with the shirt that made them weak in the knees.
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