Aphrodisiacs: Five Places to Get Oysters in Broward and Palm Beach Counties
He's swallowing these aphrodisiacs by the bucket load.
With Valentine's Day looming, you're probably thinking one of two things: "Should I dump this loser before I have to shell out money for a gift?" or "I need to find the perfect gift for the
love lust of my life." Tender glances, heartfelt letters, and massage IOUs are all lovely sentiments, but let's face it: You just want some action!
In ancient times, aphrodisiacs were believed to increase libido, fertility, and stamina. Popular ancient Greek aphrodisiacs
included sensual delights like lentils, garlic, and other edible
bulbs. Did you just throw up in your mouth a little bit? If so, fear
not -- if eating bean soup, garlic bulbs, and raw onion isn't your
speed, then dust off your plastic bib and head to the nearest oyster
Oysters, like caviar, are said to have high amounts of zinc, which are believed to increase testosterone in men. What better way to say "I love you" (translated as "I love me") than by offering your beloved the sex-drive-inducing, briny innards of a mollusk?
These guys know what the ladies like: aphrodisiacs!
Dinner: Sun.- Weds. 5p.m.-10p.m. ,Thurs.- Sat. 5:00p.m.-11p.m.
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