Foods that you may want to stay away from at least 2 nights prior to the “oral transaction” are potent roots and vegetables like onions, ginger, and asparagus (beets will give you a scare also as it actually turns the color of your urine). Spices like garlic, onion powder and curry. These foods give you a strong potent taste and can often taste like your private parts ingested them and not your mouth. As I mentioned before, since you are what you eat, eating red meat and food that doesn’t have a natural source of sugar like junk food, can have an affect over time on your taste. I’ve heard stories from friends who claim that their partner even tasted a bit salty or musty because of the fast food diet they have adopted. Seafood is another culprit unless you like to taste and smell like fish.
The good foods, of course, are things most people don’t have a habit of eating daily: the fruit, healthy salads (with few additions) and vegetables that can’t be smelled as soon as you walk into the room. Top picks of fruit are pineapples, cherries, oranges, apples, and mangoes. This is not to discourage any other fruits, these just happen to be some of the most popular among the……munchers, so to speak. Any fruit, vegetable (non-potent) and edible plants are good choices since they produce their own fructose and sucrose, better known to us as sugar. They actually make you taste like nothing (or water, as Plies likes to says) or can make you taste sweet.
Some foods that I know gives you a bad smell, but not too sure about the taste are the cigarettes, coffee and medicine. I wouldn’t want to chance this foreplay if I smell this. What good is your taste if you smell despicable?
Some other nice reads about food affecting your bodily fluid and tips on oral sex, visit these two sites
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