Condoms are not completely safe and the new Pronto Condom

Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Warning: Condoms are not completely safe!

Condoms, Sex, Impotence

Condoms Pronto Although condoms are not completely safe, at least there are now some ‘hightech’ ones which can be applied quite quickly.

Let’s face it, using an ordinary condom is a real pain in the butt. First, you have to tear the pack open, often using your teeth. Then you have to take the condom out of the pack – this is a slippery business at the best of times. Next, you have to figure out which is the right side up, before you can unroll it. By the time the condom’s on, the mood is halfway out the window…

Fortunately, those days are over. Introducing PRONTO, the condom for the new millennium.

The PRONTO condom can be applied in a few seconds. And it’s a lot more convenient to use, compared to an ordinary condom. You simply crack the pack open and unroll the condom directly onto the penis.

More here:

Pronto condoms: Instructions

And then there was this advertisement by Condom manufactuer Durex:

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