Vabbing: The TikTok Trend That Wants You to Dab… with Your Lady Juices

Let’s face it, the modern dating scene can be exhausting. From sliding into DMs to bumping into potential partners at the grocery store, we’ve tried it all. But have you heard of vabbing? This latest TikTok trend is making waves and promises to attract potential partners in a truly unconventional way.

If you’ve been scrolling through TikTok recently, you might have come across the art of seduction taking a surprising turn. One viral trend after another, and we now have the Siren Eyes makeup trend, which claims to bring the man or woman of your dreams directly into your life. But wait, there’s more – vabbing.

What exactly is vabbing?

People are actually using their vaginal juices as perfume and I'm actually losing it

Let me break it down for you. Vabbing stands for vagina dabbing – using vaginal secretions as perfume. Yes, you read that right. It’s the idea that scent plays a significant role in attraction, so some individuals have decided to dab their lady juices on the traditional perfume spots like their wrists, neck, and behind their ears.

If you’re wondering where this concept originated, Urban Dictionary has the answer. According to this trusted source of modern slang, vabbing involves putting your lady fingers between your lady lips, then delicately applying your lady juices behind your lady ears, so that people are drawn to your lady box. Got it?

While it might sound like a wild idea, there are people claiming that vabbing has actually worked for them. TikTokers using the vabbing hashtag have shared their experiences, and some have reported attracting potential partners through this unconventional fragrance choice.

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The reality behind vabbing

Before you get too excited and start considering vabbing as your new go-to scent, let’s address the facts. Unfortunately, there’s no scientific evidence to support the effectiveness of vabbing in creating a romantic connection.

In an episode of Australia’s The Kyle and Jackie O Show, a doctor debunked the claims surrounding vabbing. According to him, there are various aromas that can be emitted from the nether regions, but they may not be as powerful of an attraction tool as some would hope.

Would you try vabbing?

Now, the question remains: would you be willing to give vabbing a shot? Weighing the TikTok hype against the lack of scientific backing, the decision is entirely up to you. But before you venture into this peculiar trend, remember to consider the potential risks and personal comfort levels.

Whether or not vabbing becomes your secret weapon in the dating game, it definitely adds a unique twist to the world of fragrance. So, if you’re feeling adventurous, why not give it a try? After all, love can sometimes be found in the most unexpected places… or smells.

What are your thoughts on vabbing? Would you dare to take a leap and try it for yourself? Let us know by tweeting us @popbuzz!

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