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SmileShannonSmile
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on my bottle it says to put some inside and out of the condom, will that make it slip off easier?
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You only need to put a drop or two on the inside of the condom, this won't make the condom slide off if it's a correctly-fitting condom, it just makes it easier for a man to put on and helps cut down friction.

And the lubricant on the outside, obviously is for his partner's comfort and to cut own friction as well.

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thnx!
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