Apparently, Butt-Chugging Coffee in Order to ‘Cleanse’ is a Thing
Florida residents Mike and Tina have taken couple’s bonding to a whole new level with their shared addiction to coffee enemas. This happy couple’s idea of romance involves sticking a Vaseline-coated hose into their spouse’s rectum and flooding their lower intestines with thirty-two ounces of coffee four times a day (for cleansing purposes, duh).
Neither Mike or Tina drink coffee because it’s “bad for their health,” but both husband and wife have developed very specific tastes for their anally-bound blends: Mike tends to go for a “saturated” drink that’s “on the cold side,” while Tina likes her fine espresso grind “warm and thicker.” Enemas have become a popular activity for many people looking to get a squeaky-clean intestinal tract, but Mike and Tina’s preference for coffee enemas is unusual. It’s also not medically recommended, a fact that’s emphasized by NYU Medical Center assistant professor of medicine Dr. Roshini Rajapaksa, who “would never recommend coffee enemas.”
Mike and Tina are not typical enema enthusiasts; they each undergo more than one hundred enemas per month, earning them a place on the TLC show “My Strange Addiction,” which always carries a “do not attempt” warning for viewers at home. Somehow, we don’t think TLC has to worry too much about people attempting to replicate this particular couple’s activity. There are always a ton of people looking for unique Valentine’s Day ideas, but we’re pretty sure Mike and Tina had the enema-as-romance market cornered as soon as Mike told TLC producers he assists his wife’s enema habit, “because I love her.”
H/T + PicThx ABC News
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