Taste Matters

Friday Jun 8, 2012 - BY Stacey

It should taste like pineapple. (Photo by giniger via CC)

Let’s be candid, folks.


We all care a lot about how we look, but do we care about how we taste? If you don’t, then maybe you should.


Having a tasty vagina isn’t necessarily strictly a man-pleasing move; it’s more a politeness move. If you like someone enough to have sex with them, then you should like them enough to hope that they enjoy performing oral sex on you — man, woman, whatever. It’s not retro to make an effort to please a romantic partner. [Jezebel]


C’mon, if someone is visiting your netherlands and you are funky-dunky, there’s a good chance that person may not visit again. And we all like company, don’t we? Ad this goes for you guys out there as well!


I don’t know about you, but if I think there’s even a chance that I’m not smelling and tasting as sweet as candy, I can’t relax enough to enjoy the visit.


So what should women (and men) do in order to ensure that our partners eat us up with relish?


Vaginas (or vulvas, nerds) taste the way they taste because of a combination of factors — your body’s natural sweaty smells plus the smell of whatever detergent you use on your underwear plus the smell of any soaps you use plus the smell of the your vagina’s juices, so the obvious first step to having a fragrant, delicious pubic region would be to thoroughly wash and wear clean laundry that you wash in soap that doesn’t contain dyes or fragrances that will clash with your body’s natural scent.


Well, it all comes down to what we put in our bodies. If you have an unhealthy diet, especially if you smoke cigarettes, you’re probably not at your personal hygiene’s best.


Lot’s of fresh fruits and veggies, especially pineapple, will keep you healthy, happy, and tasty for those visitors who choose to stay  for dessert.

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