Click here for more. Is it just me or are most Indonesian myths just a way for people to tell women what to do—and what not to do? One myth says that women aren't supposed to sit on the doorway because it will jinx their chance of getting married.
Most curious guys have wondered at one point or another what their semen tastes like. But if you've ever given into your curiosity and actually tasted it for yourself which is totally fine! We don't judge!
You are what you eat. What someone eats and drinks can significantly influence the taste of their seminal and vaginal fluids, sexologist Timaree Schmit said in an email. Why the link between food and flavor down there?
Around the same time we learn adults occasionally bury their heads in each other's crotches for pleasure, young girls are also taught that our vaginas are basically disgusting flesh swamps that require an enormous amount of maintenance, lest our partners take one look at them and pass out in horror. We are instructed to shear our muffs, stuff expensive rocks up our vaginasand eat foods that will supposedly make our cum taste like dessert. One of the most common pieces of advice for achieving a scrumptious vag — proffered breathlessly in women's magazines, at happy hours, and in the back of crowded school buses — is to consume vast quantities of pineapple.
You don't turn to the Kardashians for relationship advice? Well, if Kim Kardashian's latest Instagram post is anything to go by, maybe you should. The reality TV star has posted another mysterious pic to her account, this time in a one piece, seductively eying off a can of pineapple juice.
A pineapple a day keeps the bitter spunk away. In Kim K. In the intervening years, numerous experts have been consulted on whether pineapple juice does in fact pass the smell test.
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By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the PopCulture. With all these drastic measures being taken, experts weigh in: does eating or drinking pineapple actually change your taste down there? Mehmet Oz says yes!
First of all, let it be said, whatever your vagina tastes and smells like, is great. Think of your taste down there like a fingerprint or a little piece of your DNA: It's something totally unique to you, which is pretty awesome in and of itself when you think about it. But it's definitely interesting to think about the fact that there are certain types of foods and beverages that can potentially alter the chemistry and pH level of your lady part juices.
This weekend, my roommate and I were walking through the park with bagels in hand talking about the sad but true stories of our practically nonexistent love lives. We found a sunny spot just as she finished telling her story. Or is it just something we tell ourselves so we feel better when another person's face is between our legs?