I logged on to WebMD for something today after being gone for many years (since late 2007 or so). Hi to all the oldtimers! (I see FCL - FunnyCoolLady is still around). I decided to stop by the old discussion boards where I wasted plenty of time in the past. Wow, how they've changed. They used to be hopping with discussion all day long and Caprice (I think I recalled her name correctly...) was kept busy moderating.
I suppose that, like eveything in life, things change. there are probably facebook groups filling the same niche nowadays...
While it's true that certain foods can change your taste (unfortunately, foods that you're supposed to be eating - like broccoli & other cruciferous vegetables), it can also change just due to where you are in your monthly hormonal cycle.
There are flavored sex liquids you can buy at adult stores to use but I don't think those taste all that great (and who wants to be smelling/tasting fake strawberries during oral, anyhow?).View Thread
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