As a forty year-old follicly-challenged male, I have tried to do everything within my power to keep my scalp clean and pores unclogged, if only to give what hair I do have a fighting chance for life. In that vein, I have for the past few years used a variety of tea tree oil shampoos and conditioners, as they really keep the ol' noggin clean. And as anyone who's used tea tree shampoo knows, they often use mint as a complimentary ingredient, as it has a cool, bracing effect on the scalp.
So I rotated out my old tea tree shampoo and conditioner a couple days ago, and rotated in a new brand I found. As expected, mint is the complimenting ingredient. Unfortunately, the recipe they've used ends up making my head smell like Thin Mints. You know, the Girl Scout chocolate mint cookies.
All I can think of is Power Chick from The Specials saying, "I'd be YUMMY then..."
There was a study on olfactory response in women that determined that the smell of pumpkin pie was the most likely to turn a woman on. I think the study may have been funded by Sara Lee. We shall see if the Thin Mint scent is a good thing or a bad thing. I'll let Raechelle be the judge. Who knows? It's chocolate, it's mint, she might think it's hawt.