Passion drops

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Initial Discovery

Although there is much debate over whether or not Homeopathic Passion Drops (available at Whole Foods) actually make one passionate, they have been associated with many randy games of truth-or-dare, second year orgies, and other exciting nonTIPropriate behavior. Discovered by one "Soul" (aka carol) Duke East Term II 2005, they were passed around the G-Spot (Giles bench at the time) to the effect of making all present bunny. More boxes were purchased, and at $5 a pop they weren't cheap, and they remained en vogue for the entire term. It should be duly noted that the drops taste like those Nesco wafers. Curiously enough, the ingredients list appear to have been written by gibberish-speaking capyberas sometime during the 16th century.


Passion Drops were rediscovered East Term II 2007 by a group of TIPsters wandering Whole Foods in search of Henna Tattooing materials. Urged on by Laura's testimonial ("I had three before I went to sleep one time. I had good dreams."), they were consumed with much awkward suspicion. They quickly had their effect on the unwitting group, and the TIPsters returned to the campus to spread the joy. This led to couches with at least two layers of people on them (sometimes more until the RCs saw), sunglasses on upside down on people laying on coffee tables (... Greg...) and the infamous quote, "Dude, have a mint!" This is what Jay exclaimed to a confused looking Sam the OSC who had just walked into the common room, and, seeing the maniacal state of its inhabitants, was understandably baffled. Not sure if the quasi-drug status of these "Passion Drops" would be TIPpropriate, the group had begun referring to them as "mints" to disguise their actual nature, and thus the offer of a mint. Sam immediately left the room, closing the door, and Jay asked the rest of the group who had just entered their den of passion. "Sam the OSC," came the reply. As of December 2007, one of the purchasers of the Passion Drops, Karson, still possessed the box, containing a few last tablets.

Official Information



Dissolve one homeopathic drop in mouth. Repeat as needed.


Natural Homeopathic (HPUS) Phosphoricum Acidum, Sepia, Nux Vomica, Nat Mur, Lycopodium, Pulsatilla, Calcara Carbonica, Argentum Nitricum, Silicea, Phosphorus, Conium, Staphysagria (all listed ingredients @5,7,9c potencies), Natural Flavors, Sucrose, Gum Tragacanth, Organic Tapioca Root Syrup


General Caution: This natural product is for self-healing conditions. In the absence of results, discontinue use and consult your doctor. Keep out of children's reach. If pregnant or nursing, seek counsel. Do not use if shrink wrap is broken.