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Mtl_zack's avatar

What do pineapples do to a man's organ/the fluids emanating from it?

Asked by Mtl_zack (6765points) September 21st, 2008
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asmonet's avatar

Changes the taste, and to a lesser extent the smell. :)

JackAdams's avatar

To which “organ” are you referring, and what are the “fluids” you are describing?

asmonet's avatar

@Jack: I think there’s really only one ‘man’s organ’.

gailcalled's avatar

And are you eating the pineapple or using if for more nontraditional purposes? Peeled, sliced, juiced, fresh, canned?

Mtl_zack's avatar

its referring to a man’s penis and the semen. you eat it, and apparently things change.

@asmonet: is it permanent?

@all: does anyone know the science behind it?

JackAdams's avatar

@asmonet: You’re right. I am in error.

There is no such thing as a heart, liver, spleen, pancreas…

RandomMrdan's avatar

@jack I think asmonet meant the only organ to seperate us men from women…but we do have a prostate as well..which I think women don’t have.

RandomMrdan's avatar

I also hear that eating a lot of egg whites changes it in some way too…I can’t remember though.

drewyb99's avatar

Changes taste and smell.

gailcalled's avatar

Zach- you eat the semen or the pineapple? Why not experiment. It sounds fairly benign.
This way you can have your pineapple and eat it, to. Then report back.

asmonet's avatar

It is not permanent, lasts a few days (depending on how much you take in). Other foods can do the same thing and all have different tastes…a lot of them unpleasant, so warn your girlfriend if you’re gonna be chugging pineapple smoothies. Please.

I know pretty much anything that makes your pee smell different does the same thing, like asparagus, can’t remember any more off the top of my head but a quick google search shouldn’t go to horribly.

“Asparagus contains a sulfur compound called mercaptan. It is also found in onions, garlic, rotten eggs, and in the secretions of skunks. The signature smell occurs when this substance is broken down in your digestive system. Not all people have the gene for the enzyme that breaks down mercaptan, so some of you can eat all the asparagus you want without stinking up the place. One study published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology found that only 46 percent of British people tested produced the odor while 100 percent of French people tested did. Insert your favorite French joke here________________________________.” – Internet lost the link. :)

El_Cadejo's avatar

Mangoes do the same as pineapple. Asparagus changes smell/taste too, but thats in a negative way. Fatty foods, coffee,soda and meat will do the also effect it.

Drink lots of water, and eat a lot of fruit.

Heres an article that explains it a little better.

Nimis's avatar

I wonder if eating a lot of beets can make it pink?
That’d be perfect for Valentine’s Day. Just kidding.

JackAdams's avatar

I am truly amazed as to how many people in here, know what semen tastes like.

Who woulda thunk…

arnbev959's avatar

I thought the pineapple thing was for female bodily fluids. No?

Nimis's avatar

I’m thinking it would probably affect either?

asmonet's avatar

yep, either.

@Jack: Really? With the 7 billion people on the planet who got here through some form or recre-procreation you’re amazed how many people know what semen tastes like? :-p

Emilyy's avatar

@uberbateman: I think your article lost a little bit of its credibility for me when I looked down below to see other articles from the same e-zine such as 3 Inches of Length Can Be Added to Your Penis Length If You Follow This Hand Exercise Routine and Getting Rid of Man Boobs: Should you do this?

Regardless, the theory makes sense with or without that article’s credibility.

MacBean's avatar

@Jack—I’m always a little surprised when someone doesn’t know what semen tastes like. I’ve found that if you can make people feel comfortable enough to truly talk honestly about sex, a majority of them will admit to having gotten curious and giving their own a try.

El_Cadejo's avatar

@EmilyNathon i didnt even catch that, but i have read the same thing on a couple different sites that article was just something i found real quick.

asmonet's avatar

@MacBean: Yep.

wilbert's avatar

this may not have an effect on the organ itself but the scent. egads, I know how diet can affect body odour. I love currie. but if used to , will not bother you

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