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Tastyfume

Perfume that not only smells good but tastes good too
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Whilst throwing yourself at your desired partner for a sloppy smooch and slapping your lips around her lovely warm scented neck for a bit of erogenous fun..you are greeted with a mouthful of scented yek.

Tastyfume solves this by smelling great and performing a tantalising oral delight.Tastyfume comes in an assortment of flavours..chocolate or maybe strawberry or for some steak and kidney pie..the choice is yours.

skinflaps, Oct 29 2003

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       Our sense of "taste" is entirely dominated by our sense of smell. So that taste of chocolate, strawberry or steak and kidney pie that you are remembering so fondly, is actually mostly the smell. Which leads to the obvious solution: buy your would-be honeybun some chocolate, strawberry and/or steak and kidney pie scented perfume.
DrCurry, Oct 29 2003
  

       but steak and kidney perfume would *still* taste foul.   

       there are edible oils etc surely. where's IVNick8tor when you need him (or not)?   

       I have some nice plum lip balm - does that count?
po, Oct 29 2003
  

       One side of the neck smelling sweet and tasting of steak and kidney pie the other side of the neck smelling sweet and tasting of vegetables and maybe the back of the neck ...gravy.I don't know where you could apply your plum desert.
skinflaps, Oct 29 2003
  

       Actually, this is quite baked. USP glycerine with a bit of food coloring and cooking flavours works very well. The glycerin keeps the lips moist and gives a slight sweetness & the flavours give it a lovely taste. When breathed upon, gives a lovely warmth. My favourite is a touch of coconut flavouring with a bit of pineapple.   

       (NOTE! Do no use clove, peppermint or cinnamon. They get a bit hot.)
Klaatu, Oct 29 2003
  

       [bliss] But if you put it between your baby toe and the next one, it would be in your shoe so no-one would get to smell it.   

       [Klaatu] This idea isn't for flavoured lip gloss though. Sticky, glycerniney food coloured goo behind your ears etc would just be icky.
Helium, Oct 29 2003
  

       I'm not sure I want my love object to smell of pastrami. (It's reminiscent of cannibalism.) Although my ex's perfume did have a topnote of Bergamot, which is what makes Earl Grey tea so delightful. But that's tea, not meat.   

       Actually, one of the main notes in Angel is supposed to be chocolate.
grecosartre, Oct 29 2003
  

       what if it smells like one thing and tastes like another?   

       smells like rose tastes like strawberries....you could even have the practicle joke set with rose smelling liver tasteing perfumes and calognes....good idea
fluffynuggets, Oct 29 2003
  

       [Helium] Ummm...I wouldn't dare speculate about [blissmiss] or anyone else, but my baby toe isn't a safe place...   

       I wonder how well tastyfume (flavorfume, perhaps?) would work as a guidance system...
darksasami, Oct 29 2003
  

       Put *this* in your skinflaps. (+)
silverstormer, Oct 29 2003
  

       //my baby toe isn't a safe place...//   

       My point exactly, the only place where lips couldn't venture/fit.
Helium, Oct 29 2003
  

       //I'm not sure I want my love object to smell of pastrami. (It's reminiscent of cannibalism.) Although my ex's perfume did have a topnote of Bergamot, which is what makes Earl Grey tea so delightful. But that's tea, not meat.//   

       Thank you [grecosartre] that's a classic.
skinflaps, Jun 05 2006
  
      
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