Posted by: interwebwords | July 24, 2008


Interestingly, in terms of stimulating love, it appears to be the inclusion of damiana that has the secondary effect, after the main effect of alcohol, in the true Margarita. My theory is that it is possible to make someone fall in love with you by using a combination of known and documented “triggers”, like generalised excitement or attraction (for example, the Capilano Bridge experiment), as well as a change in mood through cuisine combined with the judicious use of foods that have an established reputation for being aphrodisiacs on some level. By slowly adding all the components, this then can cause a “tipping point” effect, and the beloved “falls” for you.

But please don’t get this technique confused with seduction, which is the practiced appearance of love used to gain sexual favours (to put it oh so politely).



  1. im intrigued now and highly fascinated by your article, id love to be able to know how to do that…make someone fall in love with me…or would i …Ive never heard of this before..
    fascinating indeed
    and oh so very can i find out more about this…

  2. The one thing you have to be careful about, as you flagged with “or would I”, is to make sure you really want a particular person to fall in love with you. But there’s nothing wrong with practicing.
    I don’t know if you can find out about this anywhere else except here. But hey! You’re here, so I suggest you just keep reading and I’d appreciate it if you’d let me know if I’m explaining it okay.

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