- Chocolate is the single biggest catalyst for an affair, it’s been revealed
- 100 people over a period of a year adopted a diet that was heavily based around chocolate
- Over 85% reported a “significant” increase in their libido, with 78% stating that they would be “likely” or “very likely” to cheat on their partner as a result
- A natural aphrodisiac, it contains ryptophan, a brain chemical that’s prevalent in sexual arousal, and phenylethylamine, a brain stimulant that’s released when people develop romantic feelings
- Recent studies have also shown that UK and Germany are the 4th and 2nd biggest consumers of chocolate in the world, and, as a result, the 9th and 4th most adulterous countries on the planet
- llicitEncounters.com, the UK’s leading dating website for married people, also surveyed 300 of its members and found that 35% of them used chocolate in an erotic fashion, while over half would like to
Scientists have finally identified the single biggest catalyst that makes someone more likely to have an affair, and it is, in fact, chocolate.
100 people over a period of a year adopted a diet that was heavily based around chocolate, as renowned scientist, Dr Gertcha, explains:
“While we typically think of foods such as oysters to be natural aphrodisiacs, we rarely mention chocolate.
“That’s despite the fact that we’ve known for some years that those that are more hedonistic in their lifestyle also enjoy chocolate.
“Chocolate contains in it chemicals that leave us more prone to an affair: Tryptophan, a brain chemical that’s prevalent in sexual arousal, and phenylethylamine, a brain stimulant that’s often referred to as a ‘love-drug’. The latter is released when people develop romantic feelings and that, along with tryptophan, are both predominately found in chocolate.
“They appear in varying quantities, however. For example, the tests we conducted found that a Mars Bar seemed to have a more potent effect, with people reporting an increased libido twice as much as those who mainly consumed Milky Way, for example.
“The overall findings, however, were clear: over 85% of the 100 case studies reported a “significant” increase in their libido, with 78% stating that they would be ‘likely’ or ‘very likely’ to cheat on their partner as a result.”
Recent studies corroborate with this data, as we know that both the UK and Germany are among the biggest consumers of chocolate in the world – 4th and 2nd respectively – and, unsurprisingly, they’re among the biggest cheats in the world, too, with the UK being the 9th most adulterous and Germany the 4th most adulterous country on the planet.
IllicitEncounters.com, the UK’s leading dating website for married people and the leading authority on infidelity, also notices an alarming spike in the number of people signing up to the site every Easter, the time where we as a nation are more likely to consume chocolate than any other point throughout the year.
The site’s spokesperson, Christian Grant, commented:
“Every year without fail, we see an abnormal amount of people signing up to the site around Easter. While we initially dismissed this as an anomaly, there’s too much evidence that points toward our increased consumption of chocolate around this time of year as the culprit.
“While chocolate is evidently a natural aphrodisiac, it’s also commonly used by those who are looking to experiment in the bedroom, and a lack of an enthralling sex life is one of the main reasons our members are looking to have an affair to begin with.”
In fact, the site surveyed 300 of its members and found that 35% of them used chocolate in an erotic fashion, while over half (53%) would like to.
Of that 35%, over half said that spreading chocolate on their partner’s knee, ear lobe and chest made them more aroused, while a third said that they couldn’t resist licking chocolate off of any body part.
“Who doesn’t love a good knee?” said Grant.
“Spread some Nutella on a bare kneecap and you’ll make any man weak at the, well, knees.”
NOTES TO EDITOR
IllicitEncounters.com is the UK’s leading dating website for married people and the leading authority on infidelity. With over 1,000,000 genuine UK users since 2004, you’re sure to find your perfect match.
Established in 2004, we have been providing a meeting place for like-minded married and attached people for nearly 12 years. Our members have one thing in common – they are all looking for a little romance outside their current relationship. Whether that’s the occasional bit of flirtatious chat, a regular coffee date, or a full-blown affair, that’s up to them.
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