12:35 am - 12/31/2009

Oral sex sweeteners

Just wondering... So people say that eating fruits, especially pineapples, can make you taste sweeter, thus probably making oral sex more enjoyable. (I say "probably" 'cause I haven't tried it yet; haven't received it, haven't given it. But I'm pretty sure you can cross that "probably" out of the sentence...) Anyway, I was just wondering: how long before having said sex should you have eaten the "sweeteners"?

Oh, and other than pineapples: any other suggestions that can have the same sweetening effect? I myself love pineapples, so it won't be any problem incorporating them into my diet, but I'd like to have a wider variety of options... I know alcohol, caffeine and asparagus are big no-nos.

Thanks in advance, as always.
arrivee 31st-Dec-2009 03:22 am (UTC)
i tend to always eat the sweeteners consciously. as the previous commenter said, keep up a healthy diet, and don't be overly paranoid about it. i would give it a couple of days of eating fruit. it has to be digested by your body first.
archangelbeth 31st-Dec-2009 03:29 am (UTC)
Actually, I've eaten cinnamony cereal for breakfast, and by afternoon I've been told there was a hint of cinnamon taste. So it can happen fast. I'd suggest having a healthy diet for a day or two ahead of time, but once you have a partner to experiment with, you can see exactly how long it takes for your body to have taste variations.
dudewhatthefuuu 31st-Dec-2009 04:53 am (UTC)
Lol about the cinnamon. That's kind of cool.
tokio 31st-Dec-2009 08:45 pm (UTC)
Yes. I got an off-brand honey, almonds, and oats cereal that had way more cassia in it than the regular kind. It didn't take long for me to notice a cinnamon smell. If I eat garlic one night, the next morning it's definitely there.
elephantus45 31st-Dec-2009 03:43 am (UTC)
It happens really fast. At least with me an onions and that was gross, I'm avoiding them as much as possible now.
mouideet 31st-Dec-2009 05:27 am (UTC)
broccoli provides a bitter taste and pickles creates a stench... well for dudes. as for females, stay away from fish, but i heard dark chocolates ans red meat makes a woman taste bit sweeter. and yes pineapples are great! i'm allergic to them but i wonder if pineapple juice would be the same...
jujustars 31st-Dec-2009 11:46 am (UTC)
Pretty much any fruit should do it. If it has a strong, sweet taste, I'd give it a shot. I've noticed when I eat a lot of fruit, there's a change pretty fast. Same goes for strong smelling and tasting vegetables-avoid things like cabbage, garlic, onions, asparagus etc.
frolicnaked 31st-Dec-2009 09:09 pm (UTC)
I've actually never noticed a difference with any kind of "sweetening" foods, either in myself or in anyone else to whom I've given oral sex.

I have noticed a difference in terms of whether a person is adequately hydrated versus not. And possibly a difference in smokers v. non-smokers (though I can't tell if that applies to vulvovaginal fluids in particular or if that's something I'm smelling generally).
hyperferretsama 3rd-Jan-2010 07:00 am (UTC)
My boyfriend has read a lot about this, and he says that the taste is generally affected by things you have eaten in the past 24 hours.
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