Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian

Khloe Kardashian keeps whip beside bed

Khloe Kardashian keeps a whip beside her bed.

The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who split from her husband Lamar Odom three years ago following four years of marriage - stashes a crystal-encrusted prop in her bedroom cabinet in case sex turns into a bondage session. 

Taking to her app, the 31-year-old beauty dished the dirt on what activities she likes to get up to in the bedroom, stating: "Sadists get off on pain, which I can appreciate keep a rhinestone whip by the side of my bed!!!

"I like 'love bites,' as long as they're done kindly. Don't make me bleed, LOL! I've seen some intense documentaries where people are in cages and sh*t like that, which is NOT for me. (sic)"

And, although she likes a few whips and chains to spice things up a little, the blonde beauty can't understand why people are so obsessed with bringing food into the bedroom.

She explained: "That [food and sex] doesn't do it for me at all!!! I mean, a whipped cream moment is OK, but I don't want to eat when I'm having sex! Definitely not something savory--there is NOTHING sexy about comfort food, LOL!!!

"If my partner wanted to bring a full meal into the bedroom, I don't think I could do it. (sic)"

Meanwhile, Khloe - who recently split from her boyfriend James Harden - isn't against people who have foot fetishes but as long as their obsession doesn't go too far.

She said: "Foot Fetish: If the guy I was dating had a foot fetish, I think I could deal. I guess it depends, though. I don't mind if someone thinks I have pretty feet or wants to massage my feet. I don't even care if you kiss my feet! (sic)"



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