Remember that list of Cosmo’s Craziest Food-Related Sex Tips from a while back? One of our readers volunteered to try them all with the help of her boyfriend. The following are her actual scientific findings as she performed each experiment. I swear to God I’m not making this up. As she quite understandably requested a pseudonym, for the rest of the article, she will be referred to as Nymphodora Tonks (she requested a Harry Potter-themed pseudonym, and come on, that shit writes itself). Her boyfriend also requested a pseudonym, so as far as we’re concerned, his name shall henceforth be Flex Moonpuncher, M.D. The following are all 100% true; the two of them actually did all this stuff, and in many cases have the pictures to prove it (largely SFW, except maybe for that last one), many of which are included below (all pictures, I shouldn’t even have to clarify, are reposted with permission from Nymphodora). Where certain products weren’t available (and even where some were), she improvised like the motherfucking MacGuyver of boning (I didn’t even tell her to do that, by the way; that’s just her commitment to her craft). Nymphodora and Flex rated everything on a scale… Read full this story
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