Lifestyles Extra Sensitive Lubricated Discs - condoms in little yoghurt container thingies.
Sounds like a good idea - a condom in a container that's even easier to open than the usual ones. Just peel it open like a yoghurt packet. This works fine, even if it seems like overkill to me.
What lies inside was a serious disappointment - aside from its diminutive size (no meassurement available, but it was fairly small - 40mm?), the condom reeks!
Rotting cabbage. Just the scent you need during sex! I don't know if the container was faulty or what, but these condoms were fresh from the shop. The expiry date was 2004.
When (after a few minutes struggling - imagine trying to pin down loose soap in the shower) I finally got one on, things got worse. Imagine something smelly and unpleasant looking that is slowly choking the life out of your genitals.
At least it was lubricated - as hard as it was to get off, I didn't need scissors!
In all, I'd recommend crushing Mr. Happy in a car door as a preferable means of birth control. ;p
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Huh. One of my partners and I used those for a while (he bought them -- usually I buy Durex) and we didn't have any problems with them, nor did I notice any smell.
Maybe you got a bad one? He seemed quite taken with them. I was really touched that he'd gone out and gotten them, since up until then I was the one making the effort to have the safer sex supplies on hand.
really? wow. thats pretty much all i use. i practicly swore my sex life by them. maybe you just got a bad one or something because everytime i used them i never had a complaint. *heh*
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i've never used the lifestyles yogurt container ones, but the durex coins seem to be pretty much the same idea and i've never had an issue with them smelling weird (anymore than latex smells weird...but that's another issue...)
i agree. bad batch. i may have to try them myself now, though...i'm curious.
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Say, speaking of condoms, if I haven't already, I'd like to thank Scarleteen generally (meaning Miz Scarlet & Hanne particularly ) for recommending the kimono microthins. Even I can tell how good they are, on the receiving end and all. When we have money, we buy those. Thank you, thank you, thank you. We both really like them.
Durex is sort of our default condom, 'cause we get bunches of them free! here at college. We've actually wandered outside and gone upstairs in our bathrobes and knocked on the RAs' door and said "Condoms please!" They gave us a big handful, and we keep them in a big, ugly, bright red glittery cheap plastic santa claus jar that we got from Wal-Mart for 25 cents. Merry christmas.
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