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RVD
Jan 3rd, 2006, 02:15 AM
Okay, so i'm looking up asphyxiaphilia, because of the Heather Graham thread, and look what I found. :lol: :lol: :lol:

http://www.collegesexadvice.com/choke.shtml

AHH SHIZNIT!! :tape:
So are there any college students out der who've written to this sex advisor site? Hmmmmmm....? :D

The topic questions are hilarious!! :haha:

How to suck your own dick. :tape:
The Hitchhikers guide to the clitoris.
10 Worst Handjob Mistakes
Very Bad Masturbation Ideas
Gay Linux Sex Positions - The Open Source Kama Sutra
Lesbian Linux Sex Positions - The Open Source Kama Sutra
Friends With Benefits: The Valentine’s Day Dilemma
10 Worst Blowjob Mistakes
Queefing 101 - Have a Blast With Queefs :eek:
10 Worst Cunnilingus Mistakes
Masturbate Without Your Roommate Knowing
Condoms Burst Test

:haha: :haha:
This will require more research. :hehehe:

ampers&
Jan 3rd, 2006, 02:17 AM
Masturbate Without Your Roommate Knowing[/I]
i sure could've used this a few times. :(

Bounty Hunter
Jan 3rd, 2006, 02:21 AM
Asphyxiaphilia is becoming a big problem with young kids today. I was watching this program and this 12 year old boy died because of this. It's a "game" that has been around for years with young kids...

RVD
Jan 3rd, 2006, 02:29 AM
Asphyxiaphilia is becoming a big problem with young kids today. I was watching this program and this 12 year old boy died because of this. It's a "game" that has been around for years with young kids...That young?! Man!
These kids are far more aware than I was at that age. I thought you could get a girl pregnant just by kissing her. I must've been 15 when I found out the truth. :o :o

RVD
Jan 3rd, 2006, 02:30 AM
i sure could've used this a few times. :(You and millions of others, I'm sure. ;)

drake3781
Jan 3rd, 2006, 02:42 AM
That young?! Man!
These kids are far more aware than I was at that age. I thought you could get a girl pregnant just by kissing her. I must've been 15 when I found out the truth. :o :o

I've seen a few shows about it. The young ones are not doing it in a sexual way, just a play way. They just like the way it feels, and they think it's funny to watch the person pass out and shake, etc. then come back. But no sexual overtone to it. (I'm talking about the young teenager fad.)

RVD
Jan 3rd, 2006, 02:51 AM
I've seen a few shows about it. The young ones are not doing it in a sexual way, just a play way. They just like the way it feels, and they think it's funny to watch the person pass out and shake, etc. then come back. But no sexual overtone to it. (I'm talking about the young teenager fad.)I see. Then this is like the 'Sleeper Hold' that we used to put on each other when I was in grade school.
We'd have a kid hyperventilate, hold his breath, then press the two veins on the neck using a wrestling move. We didn't realize how dangerous this was until a kid went into convulsions, and a teacher threatened to expel us if we ever did it again.
So now they just choke each other, huh?

LeRoy.
Jan 3rd, 2006, 03:01 AM
A guy who sucks his own dick can't be str8, right ? :scared: :o :tape:

Kenny
Jan 3rd, 2006, 03:08 AM
This site is HILARIOUS. Too fucking funny!

ceiling_fan
Jan 3rd, 2006, 03:13 AM
OMG. we did this kinda thing when i was about 8-9 y/o. (not in a sexual way) but we would see who turned purple first, and once i was pressuring this guy to do it and he passed out and went to hospital :tape:

Stamp Paid
Jan 3rd, 2006, 03:13 AM
"Jill off". LMAO!!

drake3781
Jan 3rd, 2006, 03:20 AM
I see. Then this is like the 'Sleeper Hold' that we used to put on each other when I was in grade school.
We'd have a kid hyperventilate, hold his breath, then press the two veins on the neck using a wrestling move. We didn't realize how dangerous this was until a kid went into convulsions, and a teacher threatened to expel us if we ever did it again.
So now they just choke each other, huh?

Yeah, they get the kid to do a lot of fast exhalations, then choke the neck, and they think they know how long to hold on, til the person goes limp, then they laugh because the person might jerk around or make funny sounds."

Here is the text from the Dr. Phil website about his show. (It's been on 20/20 and other newsmagazines, etc.)

"My daughter plays a game called ‘Space Monkey.’ That sounds like a cute kid game, but it’s not,” says Robin. “Space Monkey is a code for a choking game.”

Her 14-year-old daughter, Alyssa, goes into detail about how the popular game is played: “You get on your hands and knees and you put your head down. You breathe really hard until you get really light-headed, and then someone puts their arm around your neck and flexes until they go limp. Everything blacks out. You wake up a couple of minutes later lightheaded and tingly. You feel really peaceful and calm.”

Robin thought Space Monkey was innocent until she witnessed it at Alyssa’s sleepover. “The girls were laughing and giggling, I thought they were faking. I then realized that they really were passing out,” she recalls. She forbade her daughter to play the choking game again. “I told here that this game is cutting off her oxygen, that she could be losing brain cells, she could even die,” Robin says.

Alyssa likes the high feeling she gets from Space Monkey, and has even done it five times in a night. Although she doesn’t see the danger in what she’s doing, she promises to curtail playing it. “I’m not going to let myself be choked anymore. I will only be the choker,” she announces. “I still get the same amount of pleasure watching other people pass out.”

“What do you think about this?” Dr. Phil asks Alyssa.

She replies, “It sounds bad when you say it, but then when you’re doing it, it’s not as bad.” She tells Dr. Phil that she doesn’t do the game for the high feeling as much as for the excitement of seeing her friends’ being "passed out." “They twitch or groan,” she explains.

Dr. Phil explains the physical ramifications of the choking game: “Do you know that your brain at that point is essentially in seizure? That what you’ve done is asphyxiated your brain to the point that your brain cells are dying,” he says sternly. “It’s not 'could kill some brain cells,' you are killing brain cells … Probably in the millions, definitely not recoverable. And so every time that happens, there could be hemorrhage, there could be silent strokes in the temporal lobe and other areas. Even if nothing catastrophic ever happens, the damage is inalterable.”

Robin is shocked. “I didn’t even know that,” she says. “Parents don’t know that their kids are doing this.”

Dr. Phil takes her to task. “But you know your kids do it,” he points out. “You found out in June … And your reaction was what?”

“At first I thought they were faking,” Robin explains. “I just didn’t really think they were passing out.”

Robin explains that once she found out Alyssa was playing Space Monkey that she put a stop to it. “You’re depriving your brain of oxygen. I didn’t know the whole technical term, but the result is the same,” she says.

“Well, unless your brain’s been deprived of oxygen, you should know that just telling a teenager not to do something isn’t going to change it,” Dr. Phil admonishes. “Did you then monitor her after that time?”

“Not as much as I should have,” Robin admits. “You talk to your kids about drugs. You talk to your kids about alcohol, smoking, sex. We need to talk to our kids about this.”

Addressing Alyssa, Dr. Phil says, “Do you think that I’m making too big a deal out of this? Or do you think that you just didn’t know what was going on?”

“I didn’t know what could happen. I didn’t know what it was doing to me,” she answers.

Dr. Phil plays a video of Alyssa saying that she likes being the choker in the game because, “Nothing can happen to you. But usually the person you’re choking you care about, at least a little bit.”

Dr. Phil is incredulous. “Do you hear any logical contradiction or inconsistency in using the phrase, ‘the person you’re choking,’ and ‘care about’ in the same sentence?”

“I know it sounds really bad,” Alyssa begins.

Dr. Phil interrupts her. ‘You say this is at least a friend, right? And you’ve got them down choking them, and you’re not trained in martial arts. You’re not trained in self-defense. You’re not trained in neural-anatomy. You’re not trained in respiratory aspects of functioning of the human body. So what you’re doing is just kind of deciding how hard to push and not push and how long and how much. You have absolutely no basis whatsoever in knowing how to predict the consequences of what you’re doing,” he emphasizes.

Dr. Phil points out that Alyssa is not a bad kid; she just can’t predict the consequences of her actions. He commends her for shedding light on a serious epidemic: “Your willingness to be here and talk about this openly and candidly will save lives this year,” he says. “Between 400 and 500 kids a year die from this game … And that doesn’t count those that just have serious injuries and have to get tracheotomies, or they have strokes, or they have memory loss, they have other neurological impairments secondary to asphyxiation.”

Robin needs to acknowledge the gravity of this game and plug back in. “You want to know what you need to do to stop this? Whatever it takes … If she can go out and be with her friends and have a good time, and enjoy herself, and has the strength and ability to say ‘No,’ then that’s fine. She can do that. If she can’t, then you take her out of the game … You do not allow your daughter to go out and jeopardize her life or someone else’s, ever, never, ever.”

Alyssa needs to have integrity with her mom if she continues the game and learn how to respond to peer pressure. If her friends ask why she no longer plays, she should say, “‘I could die from this. You could die from this. We will have brain damage from this,’” Dr. Phil advises. “You control your body. You need to honor that body. If somebody wants to choke you, if somebody wants to have sex with you, if somebody wants to do whatever, you need to stop and say, ‘Wait a minute, I’m the one who is going to pay the price for this.’”

TF Chipmunk
Jan 3rd, 2006, 03:31 AM
:o I saw a documentary on it done by one of our local news channels :o It was really sad :sad: People actually die from this, and I don't really see (nor do I ever want to experience) how anyone can find this FUN and PLEASURING :scared:

Wigglytuff
Jan 3rd, 2006, 04:03 AM
:haha: @ the masturbation donts page.

TF Chipmunk
Jan 3rd, 2006, 04:33 AM
:haha: @ the masturbation donts page.
Some of those are just :cuckoo:

Wigglytuff
Jan 3rd, 2006, 04:40 AM
Some of those are just :cuckoo:
if you try some of them you deserve what happens to you. like the girl who stuck a barbie shoe into her vagina. :eek: :retard: :banghead:

TF Chipmunk
Jan 3rd, 2006, 05:21 AM
if you try some of them you deserve what happens to you. like the girl who stuck a barbie shoe into her vagina. :eek: :retard: :banghead:
How is that small puny thing even pleasurable to begin with :tape:

RVD
Jan 3rd, 2006, 07:37 AM
How is that small puny thing even pleasurable to begin with :tape::haha: :haha: :haha:
Let's see...do I want to touch that? :lol: :devil:

Hey, maybe someone can shed some light on this for us? :hehehe:

TF Chipmunk
Jan 3rd, 2006, 08:11 AM
:haha: :haha: :haha:
Let's see...do I want to touch that? :lol: :devil:

Hey, maybe someone can shed some light on this for us? :hehehe:
I seriously hope nobody has tried this :unsure: Miching? :tape: :p Just kidding ;)

RVD
Jan 3rd, 2006, 08:14 AM
I seriously hope nobody has tried this :unsure: Miching? :tape: :p Just kidding ;):haha:

Scotso
Jan 3rd, 2006, 08:42 AM
Queefs :d

RVD
Jan 3rd, 2006, 09:14 AM
Queefs :d :tape:
That's one of those hilarious wonders of sex.

Kunal
Jan 3rd, 2006, 10:27 AM
hahahahah

"Sluggy"
Jan 3rd, 2006, 10:34 AM
yeah you shouldnt play around with that. I've come across this thing before, and someone probably died from this kind of thing. That is a big NO-DO.

Majeka
Jan 3rd, 2006, 10:42 AM
The 10 Worst Handjob Mistakes page was very enlighting, if I had only read it a few years earlier. :o

Blonde_Ambition7
Jan 3rd, 2006, 10:45 AM
The 10 Worst Handjob Mistakes page was very enlighting, if I had only read it a few years earlier. :o

:lol:

i was wondering why would any one talk on their cell phone while doing that?

Majeka
Jan 3rd, 2006, 10:50 AM
:lol:

i was wondering why would any one talk on their cell phone while doing that?

Some girls tend to get bored after rubbing and rubbing for several hours so calling up a friend is a welcome diversion. :tape:

Blonde_Ambition7
Jan 3rd, 2006, 11:20 AM
Some girls tend to get bored after rubbing and rubbing for several hours so calling up a friend is a welcome diversion. :tape:

:lol: several hours? ok...that's when it's time to try something different.

Majeka
Jan 3rd, 2006, 11:26 AM
:lol: several hours? ok...that's when it's time to try something different.

But what's there to do when you find yourself facing the problem that the guy doesn't want to try anything else?! :o All you can do is keep going till your hand falls off... :lol:

Jakeev
Jan 3rd, 2006, 12:28 PM
Asphyxiaphilia is becoming a big problem with young kids today. I was watching this program and this 12 year old boy died because of this. It's a "game" that has been around for years with young kids...

I never knew this existed until Michael Hutchinson of INXS supposedly died because of this.

I guess good ol fashioned sex has become boring......

fnuf7
Jan 3rd, 2006, 12:46 PM
Because the air is originally coming from outside the vagina, a queef will only smell as foul as the pussy it comes out of. So if your girlfriend queefs and it’s really smelly, maybe something crawled up her snatch and died.

:lol: OMG! I almost wet myself when I read that! :lol:

SelesFan70
Jan 3rd, 2006, 01:24 PM
:tape:

Darop.
Jan 3rd, 2006, 06:04 PM
Lmao.

HAIL-VENUS
Jan 3rd, 2006, 06:15 PM
:lol: hell naw. People can do some really weird shit in their quest to get off. I also had heard about the "choking game" before. On one show, I don't know if it was Oprah or who, but the supposed goal was to get high from the effects of partial suffication. A few kids had died from it after going a bit too far. It's crazy.