How Food’s Been Used In Sex Throughout History

eggplant3-0Sure, you’ve heard of using certain veggies as a dildo, but how about a bread dildo? Or what about homemade lube? History is full of NSFW food facts you definitely never learned about in history. Here’s just a taste!

  1. Mashed yams doubled as lube in 17th-century Japan
    “It was called tororo, and was made by grating yams into a slippery paste. The long, thin yams were sometimes used as dildos too,” says BuzzFeed.
  2. Romans used olive oil as lube
    Romans sure were kinky. According to a novel called The Satyricon by Gaius Petronius, one guy had a leather dildo oiled with olive oil and “covered in pepper and crushed nettle seeds” pushed up his “arsehole, inch by inch.”
  3. Pig’s tongues were an aphrodisiac
    Nothing subtle about using tongue to get you in the mood!
  4. Lettuce was a sacred sex symbol in Ancient Egypt
    Ancient Egyptians believed that lettuce was the holy food of the fertility god. It grew straight and tall like a cock, and even oozed a white substance when broken apart. Again, nothing subtle about lettuce cum.
  5. Ancient Greeks were turned on by sparrow brains
    “The Greek goddess of love and sexuality, Aphrodite, was supposed to hold sparrows sacred because of their ‘lustful’ nature, so Ancient Greek women would eat sparrows – their brains in particular – to get themselves in the mood.”
  6. And ancient Greek women used bread as dildos
    Since there were no sex toy shops, women had to get creative. The Greeks did this by baking olisbokollix: dildos made entirely out of hard-baked bread.

Looking to get creative? We’re always up for some kinky fun here at NiteFlirt!

Check out more NSFW food facts from history: https://www.buzzfeed.com/hilarywardle/never-mind-the-olisbokollix

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