Kinky Wife Sticks Fruit Up Her Privates ALL DAY For Her Marriage

People do some pretty crazy and nasty things in bed. I’m no saint either, I once asked a girl to hogtie me and slap my nipples like they brought dishonor to her family.

One reddit user known as morninglost recently posed a question for the Reddit community. I can sit here and try to explain it thoroughly, but I’d rather just come out and say it while picturing the shocked “O” face you’ll likely be making: she shoves fruits and vegetables up her vagina and leaves them there all day for her husband to eat when he gets back. Check out her short back story:

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Right now you’re imagining it.

Ok, now you’re wondering if leaving food in a vagina all day is bad for it, and assuring yourself it has to be.

Finally, you’re wondering what the hell is wrong with her husband. You’re also thinking, “food-stuffed vaginas have never once saved a marriage…well, at least none that I know of.”

Guess where those grapes have been all day.


Thankfully for morninglost, one of the commenters was a family doctor who gave a detailed overview of the risks associated with putting things that aren’t a penis into your vagina. Friendly as the good doctor was, his opening line was still a bit curious. He started off by saying, “I’m a family doctor with an interest in helping people explore kinks and sexual interests in a healthy way, but I’m not a gynecologist.”*

A family doctor that likes helping people explore kinks? Yikes, color me concerned. Still, he brought up some good points, such as the risk for toxic shock syndrome and sexually transmitted infections.

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I still can’t figure out what the “hot” part of this fetish is. Is he trying to ferment the fruit or something? Does he think he’s going to come home to some carrot vagina wine? And when she says things like pears and apples, does she mean the entire fruit!? Did Hermione use an Extension Charm on morninglost’s vagina? Because I don’t know how else you would fit an entire apple in there.

Also, your husband wants you to put food in your body, but not through your mouth hole. Perhaps I’m overstepping my bounds, but maybe it’s time to start looking for a partner that enjoys his food refrigerated, rather than using your reproductive organs as a way-too-organic storehouse. Just my two cents.

Hey, whatever you gotta do to get your daily fruits and veggies, right?



*Editor’s Note: This sentence was edited for correctional purposes, none of the words were changed.

Photo Credit: Google, Reddit, Vocal Health, Ebaum’s World, Self


Irish People Try American Cakes For The First Time [WATCH]

People trying foods they’re not familiar with for the first time is always fascinating to watch. Facts., the YouTube channel that features Irish people reacting to various foods and experiences they’ve never had before, recently made a video of our European brethren trying popular American cakes.

These cakes include Boston Creme Pies, Brown Derby Grapefruit Cakes, Whoopie Pies, Coca-Cola Cakes and Kansas Dirt Cakes. Each cake is most popular within a different region of the country.

Check out the video for their reactions to these American-made desserts. This segment seriously needs to come with a glass of milk.

Photo + Video: Facts.


These Look Like Regular Apples, But Look What Happens When You Take A Bite


We stumbled upon a really curious fruit, recently. Melissa’s Produce carries a very unique apple called the Hidden Rose Apple. On the exterior, it kinda looks like a Pink Lady Apple. The interior, however, is a completely different story.


The Hidden Rose features bright red fruit under the skin. Hidden Rose, get it?

Balancing both sweetness and tartness, the apple features a juicy, crisp and rich flavor.

From Oregon, the uniqueness of the apple makes it the perfect choice for food art or even a small gift for fruit enthusiasts.


If cooked the apple will still be able to maintain a firm texture. Imagine making a beautiful pie with a few of these babies. Obviously, you can also eat it raw too.

The apples can be found seasonally between the months of November through December. Prices, however, will vary depending on the availability of the fruit.



Meet The 91-Year-Old Woman Who Built A Produce Empire


Legendary entrepreneur Frieda Caplan has been an iconic figure in the Los Angeles produce scene for almost 60 years and now she’s getting her own documentary. Caplan introduced us to hundreds of different types of fruit and, in doing so, built herself a wholesale empire.

The film documents the life of Caplan who was named the first female entrepreneur in the world of Wholesale Produce in Los Angeles. The entrepreneur changed the way fruit was look at in the 1960s by introducing a variety of exotic fruits and vegetables to America. More than 200 classes of fruit is available today thanks to Caplan’s produce initiatives.

Fear No Fruit tells her story through first-hand accounts with the 91-year-old legend herself as well as stories from friends and colleagues. Check out the trailer below.

The film can be rented at $3.99 for a 48-hour period, or purchased for $9.99.

Fear No Fruit – Trailer from FilmBuff on Vimeo.


Fast Food

McDonald’s to Add Cuties to Happy Meals


Guess after so many years, kids are tired of apples.

Beginning this month, McDonald’s will be adding Cuties California Clementines to their Happy Meals. The Sun Pacific Cuties will be available in both Happy Meals and Mighty Kids Meals as a new option for sides. The clementines are said to provide a decent amount of vitamin C.

Like most citrus-based fruits, they can be peeled and eaten with the kid’s lunch or snacked on later.

Currently kids can pick between apple slices and Go-GURT low fat strawberry yogurt. Also, fries.

The Cuties are part of a growing trend of healthier options for kids at McDonald’s restaurants and will be available through March 2015. Their availability will coincide with peak clementine season.

Customers can also purchase Cuties individually from the kids’ menus.


Sonic Serving Hand-Crafted Low-Calorie Soda


We have to admit, Sonic does make some pretty good sodas. So it completely makes sense that the fast food chain would expand on that strength with a new set of hand-crafted sodas. Called Sonic Splash Hand-Crafted Sodas, they are said to be made-to-order and low in calories. Should pair nicely with the multiple bags of corn dogs we usually order.

Brand Eating reports that they were in testing stages last year, but have now become a permanent addition to the menu. The flavors so far include Raspberry, Peach and Blackberry-Pineapple. Sonic’s drink menu also features flavors like Sunshine Berry (a combination of peach, strawberry and lemon) and Hawaiian Wave (combining mango syrup with lime and pineapple).

The drinks are made with carbonated water, sugar-free syrup and fresh fruit. Because it’s Sonic, everything is also customizable.

H/T Brand Eating


Strawberry- and Lemon-Flavored Hot Dogs Should Not Exist, Yet They Do


Somewhere in Japan, specifically in the Tochigi Prefecture, exist fruit-flavored hot dogs. No, it’s not those gummy snacks made to look like fruit. They’re actual, savory, pieces of processed mystery meat with an additional kick of fruit flavor. Now we’re the last to knock such a bold combination, but we shudder at the thought of biting into one of these.

Reports say that the wieners have a slightly milky taste with a stronger sweetness. Though we’d have to try them before passing our final judgement. Sweet and savory usually works, right?

The hot dogs can be found in the Hasuda Service Area near Saitama City. They’re available for 200 yen each ($1.77 US).

Anyone want to ship us some?

H/T Rocket News 24 Picthx Holistic Beauty Suzu No Oto

Fast Food

McDonald’s Japan Adding Sweet Red Bean Pies for a Limited Time


Apple Pies? Nah, son. McDonald’s Japan is introducing Anko Pies for the fall season. Anko, also known as sweet red beans, is a popular base filling for snacks and sweets throughout Asia. Combining a rich sweetness with a subtle saltiness, it’s definitely a noticeable difference from a standard fruit pie.

The Anko Pies are available starting Oct. 1 at participating McDonald’s Japan locations for 124 yen ($1.10 US). The pies will only be available for a limited time through November. Though two months should be plenty of time to get your fill for the year, right?


It should also be noted that McDonald’s Japan plans on selling the pies beginning at 5 a.m. each morning until 4:59 a.m. In case anyone shows up within that pie-less minute and can’t wait for them any longer, you’re shit out of luck.

H/T Rocket News 24