Lingerie laced with pheromones to drive men crazy!
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A European Company has come up with their new line of hosiery called the Hush Hush range that aims to drive men crazy as it is reportedly scented with pheromones.
The range, which includes stockings, tights and bridal hosiery, releases the chemicals that supposedly will make men go crazy, Metro.co.uk reported.
The sensuous lingerie range is apparently only contains a synthetic version of the chemical.
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Image: The Hush Hush range of hosiery claims to tempt men.
Photographs: Victoria's Secret Catalogue
It's official! 48 per cent people lie while sexting!
About half of people sending sexts are actually lying, according to a new study.
And if you’re in a committed relationship, the sexts are even more likely to be fabricated than if you’re just having casual sex with your partner, CBS News reported.
In a study of 155 college students, Indiana University, Purdue University Fort Wayne researchers found that 37 percent of people who had been in a committed relationship and 48 percent of active sexters had lied about what they were wearing, doing, or both.
As for casual sex partners, only 13 percent have lied.
Once associated with horny high schoolers -- they were even said to use the app SnapChat to send photos instead of just texting -- sexting is now common among the larger population.
A McAfee study found that 70 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds have "received sexually explicitly texts, videos, or pictures."
But just because they're doing it, we can't assume they like it. In an earlier study, Drouin found that 55 percent of women and 48 percent of men have participated in "consensual or unwanted sexting."
The study explains the reason to do something you don't like: 67 percent of the students lied because they wanted to make it better for their partner, while 33 percent did it for themselves.
She compares it to faking an orgasm in face-to-face sex, adding that people who are insecure in their relationships or hesitant to get attached are more likely to do it.
The results also showed that 45 percent of the women had lied, compared to 24 percent of men. This, too, lines up with research on faking an orgasm.
The study is published online in the journal Computers in Human Behavior.
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Image: People who were insecure in their relationships, resorting to lying on sexting, the study revealed.
Photographs: Vivek Prakash/Reuters
Want to avoid fighting with your spouse? Eat more chocolate!
Researchers have suggested that lower levels of blood sugar may make married people angrier at their spouses and even more likely to lash out aggressively.
In a 21-day study, researchers found that levels of blood glucose in married people, measured each night, predicted how angry they would be with their spouse that evening.
At the end of the 21 days, people who had generally lower levels of glucose were willing to blast their spouses with unpleasant noises at a higher volume and for a longer time than those who had higher glucose levels.
Blood glucose levels can be brought up most quickly by eating carbohydrates or sugary foods.
The study lead by Brad Bushman, lead author of the study and professor of communication and psychology at The Ohio State University, involved 107 married couples.
The study started with the couples completing a relationship satisfaction measure, which asked each spouse how much they agreed with statements like "I feel satisfied with our relationship."
All participants were given a voodoo doll that they were told represented their spouse, along with 51 pins.
At the end of each day, for 21 consecutive days, the participants inserted 0 to 51 pins in the doll, depending on how angry they were with their spouse.
They did this alone, without their spouses being present, and recorded the number of pins they stuck in the doll.
Each person also used a blood glucose meter to measure glucose levels before breakfast and every evening before bed for the 21 days.
The result: The lower the participants' evening blood glucose levels, the more pins they stuck in the doll representing their spouse.
The study has been published online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Image: Eating chocolate increases your sugar levels which helps you treat your spouse differently.
An ice cream that could replace for Viagra!Really??
A British ice cream maker has developed a flavour, 'The Arousal,' which includes 25 mg of Viagra per scoop.
Charlie Harry Francis, who created the concoction, wrote on his blog 'Lick Me, I'm Delicious' that that champagne is also a key ingredient in the flavour, Fox News reported.
Francis told Latin Times that champagne-flavoured/Viagra ice cream was a custom order by an A-list celeb, and he spent a few days developing the recipe.
He said incorporating the Viagra was easy but making it taste nicely of champagne was tough.
Image: The Arousal contains 25 mg of Viagra per scoop.
Photographs: Courtesy lickmeimdelicious.com