By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the PopCulture. Sex is a healthy part of a relationship. It forms an intimate bond between you and your partner and builds trust, honesty and respect for one another. Are you trying to spice up your sex life? Check out ten foods to incorporate into your baby-makin' sessions. Be careful where you're putting that sugar, though!
I formed my obsession in childhood, during the icy Canadian winters, which were spent visiting the famed sugar shacks. As the years passed, I experimented widely with it, dripping it onto everything — bacon, coffee, banana bread. I had to warm my guy up to the idea. He would laugh. I peeked over slyly at him. The mission was on. I began fantasizing about the deed, getting more and more excited as time passed.
The best word to describe this event is "messy. And when I whipped out the brush to paint it on him, I was so worried about burning him the sauce gets hot! The sauce was all over the place and created a sticky film on my hands. I'd try it again on a special occasion, but I'd certainly make sure there was a huge towel underneath us, and that my hair was pulled back. I have to say, though, it did taste fabulous!
Skip navigation! Story from Power Of Pleasure. Sophie Saint Thomas. Eating food and having sex are undoubtedly two of the best things about being alive. As dining is already an integral part of dating, integrating food into your sex life is an easy peasy way to try new things in bed.