Nepalese villagers usually spend June collecting aphrodisiac mushrooms that sprout from caterpillar heads. But not this year.
They’re already common in Indonesia, so why not cash in on it?
Turns out if I ate over a certain amount, I got very, very horny.
My junk was exploited for content for a week.
I’m in China testing out one of its most ancient aphrodisiacs: bull penis soup. I ventured to one of the few shops that serve it in Hangzhou to see if it lives up to his medicinal hype.
Brewed by Dorset-based Cerne Abbas Brewery, the ale is apparently “very fruity with a peppery kick.”
Come Fuck Me Penne à la Vodka, a mouthful in more ways than one, was conceived by and for straight women only—specifically, the “single women of Manhattan.” And while most claims of food making people horny have been met with skepticism and reports of...
Vendors and sellers operating on online shopping portals are marketing Loko under some pretty enticing logos: “Blackout in a can,” “deflowered wine”, and shi shen jiu, meaning “lose virginity liquor.”
Men: Maybe don't eat that 120 mg weed edible if you don't want a crippling stoner boner.
Mannish water, the classic Jamaican dish made from the balls and meat of a male goat, claims to leave a man with loins burning so hard, he’ll need to call an ambulance. I recently tried some that got me pretty hyped-up.
The Internet, it goes without saying, is a very, very strange place. A few days ago, stories about a mushroom with an aroma that could instantly cause women to orgasm went viral. Could this shit actually be true?