Where's the pillow? You might want to ask your children to leave the room. What we're about to discuss is no laughing matter. OK, yes it is, but I don't want to make light of the fact that the practice to be discussed is a dangerous one. Don't believe me? Ask Michael Hutchence. Oh, wait. Never mind; he's dead.
This is a blind item from my buddy EL over at Crazy Days and Nights: "I didn't know she had it in her, and I'm still trying to figure out where she learned it ... So, this breakup that you have been hearing about in the past couple of days? You know the big one. Anyway, from what I have been told, the reason they broke up is because she was too kinky for him. Her? I know. Unbelievable. What I guess finally drove him away was the fact that she is a big fan of erotic asphyxiation. She loves having it done to her to the point of passing out. He tried it once. Freaked him out, so he left because she wanted it most of the time. What I can't figure out is who taught it to her? I doubt she reads so someone must have done it with her."
First of all, it's very believable. This is the girl who used an alternate entry point to preserve her virginity before marriage, who rubbed her boyfriend's crotch while he made out with another man.