Wine and Dine

So it’s a hot night and you and your girls decide to go out for a night of clubbing, drinks, and fun. You all pull up and head straight for the bar. Now while your friends decide to grab the martinis and mixed drinks, you opt for something lighter, red wine. As the night grows, you loosen up little by little and eventually you find yourself grinding up on that cute coworker you were too shy to introduce yourself to. You exchange numbers but after doing so, the last call for alcohol is announced. He looks at you and asks what were you drinking and offers to grab you another one. You both walk to the bar because of course you can’t just trust a drink from someone you don’t know that well. You sip the last glass of wine for the evening and stir up the courage to see what he was up to for the remainder of the night. He tells you nothing and that is your queue to go in for the kill. You lock eyes before responding and wink at him. He knows what that means. Next thing you know, 20 minutes later you both are all over each other, ripping one another’s clothes off, making out, and a full night of passion has begun.
Have you ever wondered why alcohol, red wine in particular, may get you in the mood? Studies have proven the notion of why we call alcohol the “liquid courage.” According to, A study in 2009 involved 800 Italian women who drank red wine, other alcohol, or no alcohol at all. The red wine drinkers scored 2 points higher than other alcohol drinkers, and 4 more points than the non alcohol drinkers. While this study overall proves the point, this of course cannot account for the women all over the world. Let’s take a look at the science of red wine.
Jus let the smell of alcohol (well for me, red wine) can turn women on. Everything we eat or drink has the potential to positively or negatively affect us. When we smell wine, it is so that we can connect with the flavor of the wine and allow us to get a better fell for the quality. Seeing how everything we taste is connected with what we smell, we are attracted to the aroma and vibes that it gives off. The alcohol in the wine, or rather in general, may increase our libido (sex drive). As we already know, it also increases our hunger allows us to feel flushed. The forebrain below the thalamus known as the hypothalamus is stimulated by the ethanol in the alcohol. The hypothalamus coordinates both the autonomic nervous system and the activity of the pituitary; controlling body temperature, thirst, hunger, and other homeostatic (The tendency of the body to seek and maintain a condition of balance or equilibrium within its internal environment, even when faced with external changes) systems, and involved in sleep and emotional activity. This combination also controls (queue the drum roll)…your sex drive!!! Drink this in moderation folks, and watch how your night of passion will heat up almost instantaneously!!!

Author: Lady Dri

My name is Dri and I'm probably one of the biggest foodies you'll ever meet! I love food and if it was morally accepted and humanly possible, food would be bae. I love to cook and I love to write romantic stories. The sole purpose of this blog is to combine the two. I will put a warning out there that the content that I write is very erotic. Therefore, I suggest that if you can't take the heat, then get out the sex dungeon 😈. Corny, I know, but seriously guys, this is for grown folks. I honestly will admit that I do have a very passionate side that has quite the story to tell and with this blog, I do just that through five characters who will share their experience with love, sex and Your tummies will be filled with love, laughter, and delicious delicacies as you take a journey with these five women. With that being said, please click the follow button and prepare to feast on the sensuous comforts that will leave you full and STILL wanting more!

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