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Can anyone recommend a good brand of flavored condoms other than Trustex? Preferably something that comes in non-frui flavors, such as chocolate, vanilla, or mint? My boyfriend really doesn't like Trustex, he says it feels like he's wearing a swim cap on his penis.

"I'll be a Venus on a chocolate clamshell rising on a sea of marshmallow foam."

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ooh ooh me!
HARDCOVER! they come in fruity flavours and i like raspberry but i think they have non fruit ones too not sure havent tried them all.
they arent exactly TASTE-ey but they smell nice and they dont taste like latex
which is a good thing
i dont like trustex
theyre too drippy

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