If you were planning on enjoying an old-school romantic goodbye in Warrington, England, you might want to take the bus. The train station there has put up a no-kissing sign to prevent making out from slowing down travelers.

A spokesperson has said that they are not forbidding kissing throughout the whole station -- they just don't want people puckering up in high-traffic areas.

So they have created a designated smooch zone (with another, equally ridiculous sign) and suggested that travelers set aside some time to "say goodbye" in their cars instead. Somehow that doesn't have quite the same je ne sais quoi as a farewell on a foggy train platform.

Click here to read how a nearby station is protesting the kissing ban.


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We suppose it is a quality-of-life issue, given how ridiculous people look making out, but were PDAs really plaguing Warrington? (The Port Authority would kill for that to be its biggest problem.)

If you want a goodbye on the platform that's a little more "Brief Encounter" and a little less "Young Frankenstein," perhaps you should consider the station at High Wycombe, where they're practically begging people to lock lips by posting reaction signs reading "Kissing Is Welcome Here!"

10 Supposed Aphrodisiacs

    Avocado Avocado trees were called Ahuacuati, or "testicle tree," by the Aztecs. And they were forbidden by Catholic priests for their sex appeal (no joke).

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    Chocolate The Aztecs worshipped this treat for its supposed aphrodisiac properties. While that's not scientifically proven, it does affect serotonin and the circulatory system. When both of those are kickin', it's definitely a lot easier to get in the mood.

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    Asparagus On top of making your pee smell funny, these phallic-shaped veggies are rich in Vitamin E, which is essential to a healthy sex drive and to producing sex hormones.

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    Cinnamon Buns Cinnamon buns are the number-one smell that turns guys on, according to research from the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation in Chicago.

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    Eggs Eggs are a symbol of fertility (duh) dating back to ancient Greece and the Indian Kama Sutra. Choose eggs that are naturally fertilized -- many factory-laid eggs are not produced with an actual rooster, resulting in eggs with less hormones. A study showed that men who ate naturally fertilized eggs showed increased libido, sexual activity and stamina.

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    Epimedium grandiflorum This plant is known by many as Horny Goat Weed for its er, happy effect on goats. It's popular in Chinese medicine and has been around for over 2000 years. It's frequently found in pill form and is considered to be safe.

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    Spanish Fly The most famous of aphrodisiacs is made up of crushed beetles and more than a little is believed to be fatal.

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    Ginseng Thought to posses "aphrodisiac properties," Ginseng is also a popular Chinese medicine. It also translates as "man root." So maybe that explains it.

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    Spicy Stuff Chilies and peppers are known to pep up the sex drive, so if your guy can handle the heat, bring it into the kitchen. Chili peppers can stimulate the nervous system and pump up the drive in girls and guys alike.

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