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Phil And Holly Lose It After Hilariously Risqué Pun On 'This Morning'

Phil And Holly Lose It After Hilariously Risqué Pun On 'This Morning'

They were discussing 18-hour orgasms

Michael Minay

Michael Minay

When the Queen dies, there will be an official 12 days of national mourning. I predict the same level of grief will befall us when - eventually - the time comes for Phillip Schofield or Holly Willoughby to pass on, for This Morning will never be the same again.

Known for their frequent laughing fits, subtle innuendos and perfect double act, the quick-witted pair have given us some brilliant one-liners over the years.

And on Wednesday we were treated to another absolute corker, as you can see in the video below. The programme's own caption sums it beautifully: "Things you might not want to say after chatting to a couple who can orgasm for 18 hours a day..."

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Phil and Holly had been chatting to Melanie and Scott McClure, a couple from Texas who claimed they can achieve orgasm just by hugging, dancing or even breathing.

Sometimes those orgasms can last for up to 18 hours, and even occur when they're in different rooms.

The couple joined the show's hosts to chat about their relationship, and how it's still going strong nine years after they got married.

Scott: "We're practicing tantra, and one of the key things that most people don't realise is that orgasm is different from the traditional release that comes from climax.

"So, when you're able to separate these things, instead of having the traditional trajectory where you get excited, climax and go to sleep, you're able to have an experience where you can keep going and have multiple experiences."

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Scott then explained that their orgasms are different to the ones we would consider 'normal' and that he experiences something 'more powerful' without the 'traditional release'.

Tantra helps to 'pull the sexual energy' up through the individual's body to energise. It's a conscious state though, so (thankfully) it can't just 'come on' out of nowhere.

"It's much more powerful and much more intense, and it's a full body experience," Scott added.

Viewers were treated to a video of the couple hugging and both feeling an orgasm.

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Melanie said: "We can feel each other even when we are apart. And second, we can orgasm all by ourselves, just through breathing, and feeling orgasm with God. Taking in the energy that surrounds us."

Because of the restrictions of live TV, Phil and Holly sadly couldn't get through all the questions they had, and with the couple giving a web address at the end (for us all to learn how to do experience this tantra), Holly joked: "I'll just write that down."

The laughter started, and once it did, there was no stopping them. Phil took a breath and managed to squeeze in the line: "Still to come..."

Holly's face, and their reaction, said it all.

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After the break, Phil opened the next part of the show with, "We have pulled ourselves together." I think we'd all have been in the same boat with that one, though.Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: This Morning