You can learn a lot from late night television -- no, not THAT kind of late night TV; I am talking about the talk shows like The Tonight Show. I heard Leno talk about an Italian study that says women are more interested in sex if they are given chocolate.
Not that I would doubt such an obvious statement, but I looked it up on the internet and found an article on Chocolate.org. I also found reference to the study on Worldhealth.net. 100% of the women I spoke with also validated this theory--thankfully without in-depth explanation. Let's not forget Lady Godiva who rode horses au-natural.
I was trying to find the actual study until I realized I can't read Italian. Good thing I found Chocolate Lovers magazine; a magazine that routinely examines the link between chocolate and sex. It even has an advice column: Ask Mrs. Ghirardelli. Some of the questions in this issue:
Dear Mrs. Ghirardelli, I have sucked off the chocolate, what do I do with the nuts?
Dear Mrs. Ghirardelli, My in-laws keep mixing chocolate with coffee. Is something wrong with them?
The magazine is a staple among women of all ages. It is a wonder this magazine is not a regular subscription among men age 18 to 35.
Perhaps the most stirring article is an expose on the growing problem of 30 (+) year old middle school teachers and Ovaltine. Surely you have heard the many accounts in the past year of female perverts working in our middle schools. Instead of adult interests in adult chocolates like mocha and dark chocolate, these women are stuck on rich, chocolatey Ovaltine.
In spite of how wrong this is, these women are still not given serious sentences and they are given a pass on violating their probation.
I would love to go on, even give you sample articles, but I have to buy my wife some chocolate.
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