“Vabbing” is a new trend women are apparently using to attract the attention of potential suitors.
The viral trend involves a woman putting her vaginal fluid on her pulse points as potential a perfume of “pheromones.”
Some women believe it works by supposedly attracting people to your natural scent.
A plus-size influencer, Jewlieah, revealed she tried it a few times in a TikTok post and claims it worked.
Her first attempt at vabbing was at the gym, in which she claims she got herself a date and a free haircare treatment set.
“Vabbing at the gym for the first time,” Jewlieah wrote on TikTok.
“You guys aren’t going to believe me. But it worked – the vabbing worked,” she claimed.
In a follow-up TikTok video, she explained, “I was doing lunges on the treadmill and this guy comes up next to me.”
“No one else was standing that close to me but he stood on the treadmill like right next to me.”
“I was sweating like crazy because I was working out. But then he turned to me and asked me a stupid question, I can’t remember what it was.”
“He was just shooting his shot and was trying to break the ice, that’s completely fine.”
“Anyways, he asked me out and we exchanged numbers and I may well see him this week.”
“I live for the vab,” she said.
Not everyone is convinced about “vabbing” and numerous TikTok users responded with disgust and disbelief.
@chinita_jay13 That’s a Nevaaaaaa ever do that 🥴 #vabbing #viral #trending #psa #perfume #whatwenotdoing #reallife #ugccreator #vabtok #femininehygiene ♬ original sound – Chinita_jay13
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