The first word of his email is "hi" and the last word of his email is "hi."
Within a few hours we agree to have dinner.
Salivating is an involuntary metabolic reaction to food. It is the first step in digestion, the first response to prepare the stomach and intestines. "Mouth-watering" aromas purposefully tell your body it will be fed, so be ready. The amylase enzymes in saliva help to break down any carbohydrate starches on the tongue.
Think about the movement of the tongue as you eat. Be careful to keep it flat and wide and out of the way so as to not get bit. Do not eat yourself. A tongue is a muscle. A tongue is a protein, not a starch.
Streptococcus Mutans is the bacteria that eats fructose, in our own mouths, and in turn creates lactic acid as a waste product, in our own mouths. Saliva neutralizes glucose from becoming harmful acid but fructose does not respond the same. S. Mutans creates plaque as a way to bind itself to our teeth, trapping lactic acid against tooth enamel while kept safely shielded from the waves of saliva.
The tongue is the quickest healing part of a body, aside from the eyes. The tongue, as a soft and flexible muscle able to extend, contort, twist, and fold itself purely by our training, is a handy protector against mouth-inserted objects causing damage from inside, or against teeth inflicting damage upon objects inserted into the mouth.
Male ejaculate contains approximately 0.5g of dietary protein (worth 2 kCal of energy) per 10mL of volume, and compositionally is an estimated 50% protein by weight. Fructose is produced naturally by a man's seminal vesicles, and seminal fluid contains approximately 2-5mg of fructose per milliliter. The more fertile a man, the higher his semen's fructose, the more fueled are his sperm to race each other. Fructose is slightly sweeter than cane sugar.
Consuming meats can raise the level of bitter uric acid in semen, whereas bromelain creates a pineapple flavor, fenugreek creates a maple flavor, and vanilla can also flavor seminal fluid by adding aromatic compounds.
I imagine that the eyes are made of proteins. Tear ducts hold all that salt.