British scientists discovered this week that people get more of a buzz from chocolate than they do from a passionate kiss. A study monitored brain activity of people whilst kissing their partner and also whilst eating dark chocolate. Volunteers wore heart monitors and electrodes attached to their heads and were told to put a piece of dark chocolate on their tongue without chewing it and indicate when it started to melt. They were later told to kiss their partners as they normally would. The chocolate beat the kiss hands down giving a much longer body and brain buzz! Apparently as soon as the chocolate started to melt in the volunteers' mouths, all areas of the brain were stimulated far more intensely and for longer than from kissing! Interesting!