We all have sexual fantasies that we hope eventually play out in the privacy of our bedrooms. However, there are some that may be better off never happening because of the possible risks. Take for example, the California man and woman who decided to add Pop Rocks candy to their sexual experience. The physician who handled the case, David G. Meyers says that the couple came in complaining about "rocks" and asking him to get them out of the woman. Perplexed, he asked further questions about these rocks only to find out that they were talking about the popular candy, Pop Rocks! The problem? They were now stuck inside the woman's vagina and they couldn't get them out! Apparently, they were trying out something new in the bedroom and thought that by using Pop Rocks in their sex act, the woman would receive more pleasure. If you aren't familiar with the candy, the appeal to it is that it pops and explodes when it's in your mouth.
Food is for your mouth, not your down-south.
As many of us know, vaginas are sensitive places that require special love and attention. In keeping good health, one should basically live by the rule that food should never go in through the Southern route. If kinky stuff is your thing, you do you, but for your own health and comfort, save these sweets for your palate and not your hoo-ha. Although the general consensus seems to be that putting coconut oil in your vagina isn't harmful to one's health and safety, there are still a lot of downsides to putting this tasty cooking oil down there. This creamy treat may seem sweet 'n fun, but putting it in your vagina or someone else's isn't recommended. One might expect these fun little rocks to pop and tingle, but it's been proven by experience that what they really do is burn and itch. Instead of ruining your fond childhood memories of this candy, have a pop rocks martini. Chocolate sauce is also heavy in dyes and preservatives , which most people don't even want to put in their mouths. As I was researching for this article, the possibility of honey popped into my mind. It might be a better, more natural choice, but it still contains tons of sugar and it's downright sticky as hell.
'Pop Rocks' sex sends woman to hospital
Now that one hundred million TV shows constantly vie for our attention it makes sense that basic cable networks have resorted to a truly classic trick: Amazing titles. All are titles that would make any discerning trash lover stop channel surfing and START getting entertained. This show is fucking ridiculous. Better yet, they feature a bizarre mix of paid actors alongside the actual real-life subjects of these genitally unpleasant scenarios, which serves to undercut all the intentional comedy complete with wacky music with a dose of undeniable, unintentional awkwardness. Take the best segment of this week's episode in which an Idina Menzel lookalike grimaces in cornball agony due to the Pop Rocks fizzling in her vagina while the real-life attending physician dryly delivers his lines in her general direction. Who should be most embarrassed: The actual woman who believed that putting Pop Rocks in her vagina would be a sensual treat; the actress hired to re-enact this scenario; or the real ER doctor who agreed to portray himself in its re-enactment? It's this confusing, whiplash-inducing tone that elevates what could've been a trying-too-hard hour of silliness into that sweet spot of Adult Swim-esque subversion.
It's sad that we have to make this announcement, but since it was featured on TLC, we feel it's important to play doctor no, not that kind for a moment to share this PSA: putting Pop Rocks in your vagina is a really bad idea. Due to an unfathomable lack of intelligence, shows like Sex Sent Me to the ER not only exist, but are watched by lots of people. On the latest episode, a couple decided the lady's sugar walls weren't sugary enough.