Some studies have shown that ingredients in curry may help to prevent certain diseases, including colon cancer and Alzheimer's disease. A number of studies have claimed that the reaction of pain receptors to the hotter ingredients in curries leads to the body's release of endorphins; curry is claimed to be one of the most powerful aphrodisiacs. With the complex sensory reaction to the variety of spices and flavours, a natural high is achieved that causes subsequent cravings, often followed by a desire to move on to hotter curries. Some refer to this as addiction , but other researchers contest the use of the term "addiction" in this instance.
What? Stories? I'm just letting you know that what you're posting doesn't belong on dA. Just because it says "scrapbook", doesn't mean you can put whatever you like in it. It's mean for artwork that you created yourself. You can get fed up with me all you want, but keep posting art that doesn't belong to you and you'll have more people like me.
It have been on the internet for a while... I had it in my FB album "random from the net" in august 2012 and it was around way before that. It would be better if you either claim this is yours, or simple enknowledge it is a repost of something you found and liked.