Florida Couple Is Addicted To Pouring Coffee Up Their Butts

The best part of waking up, is coffee up your butt! I feel torn. Everyone's been posting the Oscars Buzz episode of Between Two Ferns and I had planned to as well. Then, I saw this video about a Florida couple addicted to coffee enemas, and... the heart wants what the heart wants. It's far more important to me to share this than video of Jennifer Lawrence calling Zach Galifianakis fat. Though that was pretty great. Butt-chugging always wins. It is unfortunate that the producers of this show forgot to blur out Mike and Trina's faces.

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