Pineapple has suddenly become popular with women probably due to a popular myth that involves vaginas, we'll discuss that later. Maybe that's why Del Monte created the pretty pineapple, girls love pink... *rolls eyes*...for clarities sake I don't actually know that's why they created the pineapple but it does lead to good convo.
Now the facts, back in December, the FDA approved the sale of PINK PINEAPPLES. They're genetically modified with a safe chemical called lycopene to turn the skin and insides pink. Lycopene is already used to make watermelons pinker and tomatoes redder so they couldn't possibly be dangerous. This one time, back in the day, cocaine was used in soda because it wasn't dangerous
And now, the pink pineapples are available in stores claiming to be sweeter than the original. Rumour has is eating pineapple makes lower lady parts a sweet eat so will the pink pineapple make it better? Myth busting time, because who doesn't like a good kill joy!
To be fair, this myth isn't total garbage. Your bodily fluids — like sweat, saliva, and vaginal secretions — can all be influenced by your diet and lifestyle habits. Go with me, eating lots of fragrant, pungent foods, like garlic, makes a sweaty you too much to handle. People who drink heavy smell like!?! Get the picture now? So it isn't a complete lie.
But the results aren't immediate, and it's more about your overall diet than one pre-sex meal. It takes your body a while to metabolize what you eat, and that can of pineapple juice isn't going to negate that roasted garlic and anchovies pizza you had yesterday.