Antoni Porowski says he â€ślearned the hard wayâ€ť why you should always have a safe word during choke sex
Antoni Porowski recently sat down with BuzzFeed to read thirst tweets about himself and, naturally, the topic of erotic asphyxiation came up.
â€śIâ€™m probably more uncomfortable doing this than I could possibly be at a hockey game,â€ť Porowski says before taking a deep dive into the tweets, which included requests to eat pickled carrots off of his abs, watch him cook naked, and suck on his nipples.
â€śI do have very sensitive nipples,â€ť Porowski admits.
One person says they want Porowski to â€śrip me apart like that giant lobster.â€ť Another wants Antoni to feed him deviled eggs shirtless while laughing ab out their childhoods. And another fantasizes about Antoni dining on his derriere in the shoe section of a Target.
â€śThe Target shoe section?â€ť Porowski wonders. â€śThat is so weirdly specific.â€ť
But the highlight of the video comes towards the end when Porowski reads a tweet about someone who is sexually attracted to his hands. Somehow, this leads him on a tangent about choking during sex, a practice he seems to have some experience in.
â€śSome of us like it, but we know itâ€™s dangerous,â€ť Antoni says. â€śBut if you like choking, making sure you have a safe word.â€ť
He adds, â€śActually, Iâ€™ve learned this the hard way. About to have some TMI. Donâ€™t have a safe word. Have a safe move. Because often you canâ€™t speak if youâ€™re being choked.â€ť