Japanese put menstrual blood in chocolates

There is no rule that specifies that the female-folk have to give the male-folk she likes chocolates on Valentine's Day, but it is a common favourite after red roses. However, a disturbing chocolate trend has started on Twitter, and it is sending the men into a state of alarm. We give you: "menstrual blood Valentine's chocolates".

Much like the well-known nasi kangkang, in which a woman cooks a bowl of rice, squats over it sans clothes and lets her womanly essence mix into the steam of the rice and feeds it to her man, adding menstrual blood to handmade Valentine's chocolates is a love potion that will ensure that their love is reciprocated.

It remains to be seen if "menstrual blood Valentine's chocolates" is a hoax, but considering the number of tweets and comments (the thread has been retweeted over 15,000 times, and clocked up around 200,000 views), there is bound to be one or two women who believe in it. Here are some examples:

"Please gods. Please send me my period on the day I make my Valentine's chocolates."

"If you want to put something of your own into honmei choco for Valentine's day, I think that it's actually best not to put hair, or pubic hair, or blood that you've got through the normal way, but rather to put those chunks of liver things that you get when you're on your period!!! I mean, menstrual blood is the lining of your uterus, so doesn't it excite you to think of him putting that in his mouth? What's more, because it's hard, he'll never find out! Magnificent!"

"Putting your own blood in the Valentine's chocolate you're going to give to the boy you like - isn't that pretty much the norm for us girls?"

Men who are not living in Japan have explained that they are not as worried since this trend seems to be popular only among Japanese women, but who is to say that the handmade chocolates you receive from other parts of the world do not contain any extra ingredients? That's like saying only Japan has crazy people.

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