Bad News For Women Who Want Those Orgasm-Inducing Mushrooms
A 14-year-old report that recently resurfaced on the Internet alleges to have found mushrooms that caused women to spontaneously orgasm growing atop thousand-year-old lava fields on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Then, after so many years of obscurity, the report resurfaced online and went viral — and this week, it caused women everywhere to clamor for magical mushrooms.
But could these mushrooms really give off a scent that leads to a happy ending?
Girl, in your wet dreams.
“I think it is flawed on many levels,” he said.
The mushrooms referenced in the study are known as netted stink horns and also grow in China, he said, adding that they can be used as an ingredient in soups and bought in airport gift shops.
In their original study, Holliday and Soule performed a “smell-test” on the “unnamed Dictyophora species” of bright orange fungus with an unspecified number of male and female volunteers, claiming that “nearly half of the female test subjects experienced spontaneous orgasms while smelling this mushroom.”
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