When using food as a precursor to sex or as a part of an act of seduction, arranging the table with foods that evoke sexual appetite can help set the mood. French foods are common aphrodisiacs, with items like oysters on the half-shell, cream-kissed berries, champagne, and chocolate, all of which incite a pleasure that starts on your tongue and lingers in the body.
In Real Life
Pulling off an oyster dinner in your own home would be difficult without a kitchen staff! If you want to use aphrodisiacs in your dinner theater, you can choose any food that makes you feel sexy, carnal, or downright hot and bothered. For some ladies, this might be ripping meat off of ribs before licking your fingers sensually. Vegetarian naughty girls might serve whole artichokes, whose many layers can be peeled off and eaten one by one, revealing the tender, succulent center.
If planning an aphrodisiac meal is too daunting, it's better to go out to eat than fumble through a home-cooked meal without confidence. Remember, you can always come back to the house for champagne or dessert. Or, you can turn yourself into dessert. To do this, cover your bed with an old sheet (or better yet, the Liberator Fascinator throe which is decadent to touch, waterproof, and completely machine washable!) and surround yourself with sexy edibles like chocolate syrup, strawberries, cherries, and whipped cream. This way, you're tantalizing his taste buds by letting him taste you.
French Technique: Apply Perfume Perfectly
French women can make their presence known by their own personalized fragrance formula, as they know exactly where to place it on their bodies to get the most lingering effects throughout the day. Kunz says French women never forget the importance of “rousing the curiosity of an intelligent man with original and provocative details, such as smell.” You want to awaken his senses and tease him with different scents.
Any naughty girl with a bottle of perfume by Dior, Chanel, or Estée Lauder understands there is something sexual, and powerful, within. French thinkers agree. The French poet Paul Valéry once said, “Perfumes are the greatest traitors in the world; they herald, they outline, and they declare the most delicious of intentions.” Likewise, French painter Jean Honoré Fragonard vouched for the power of fragrance saying, “If you use this perfume your love problems will vanish.”
In Real Life
Apply perfume to your wrists, pat it a few times, and dab the area behind your ears and just above your collarbone, where you can feel your pulse. Most of us learned to rub our perfume into our wrists in a circular motion, but this breaks down the scent's lasting power. Remember the mantra “patting is power.”