Sure we’ve all heard of oysters, strawberries, and chocolates as aphrodisiacs, food to fuel your sex drive. But if you’re on a budget this Valentine’s Day and still looking to get sultry with a special someone, we all know that fresh fruit and seafood is hard to come by in the servery. That’s why we here at the Thrill have put together a list of alternative Peirce aphrodisiacs that are sure to liven up the libido. Alternatively titled, a List of Foods to Get You in the Mood, here’s the Thrill’s science certified list of Peirce foods to help make this year’s Valentine’s day extra sexy and special.
The days are getting shorter and the frosted nights longer. Ohio’s cornfields lay barren and even the scheming Lady Beetles have begun to die. Winter approaches and the student body grows restless, huddling together for warmth and traversing the wide, graveled plain in search of fresh meat. They’ve depleted Autumn’s cornucopia of new faces, but the ravenous hunger of Kenyon students has not yet diminished. The beasts must be fed and at this point, almost anything can arouse their hunger. Below are five of a Kenyon winter’s most enlivening delicacies.
IPHS Concentrators- Though Matthew Eley’s OpEd about the possible loss of IPHS may be infuriating (“There are, after all, the intrigues of the East, as seductive and magical as 1,001 nights; the calypsos of the South, tropical and pungent…” I mean, come on), the earnest eyes of students who came to college obsessed with the classical humanities beam crackling waves of heat through the frigid air. Meet you at Timberlake House! Continue reading