Jacob wants you to know he does use the condom. He’s just so super quick.

Actually I have to admit that’s a pretty clever idea. Pronto Condoms aren’t available in the U.S. at the moment, but they probably should be.

15 thoughts on “Jacob wants you to know he does use the condom. He’s just so super quick.

  1. Another interesting idea would be a spray-on condom – you spray monomer on, and add an initiator to get the reaction started, forming polymer that’s made to measure

  2. Oh man!  I love your avatar, distant.  Grim is awesome! 😀

    Oh, and Les… as easy as those condoms may seem… I’m sure people still screw it up here.  wink 

    (plus the laziness factor)

  3. I read somewhere the biggest determining factor in condom use for teens was a parent, especially a mother, who says “Every time! Always use a condom! Every single time!”

  4. Thanks Subhopping, one of my favourites (I like the genre – like broken sword, etc), in some ways I wish there was a sequel but then it’s a difficult thing to make a sequel of, and in some ways it’s nice to remember it for the first one, ending the story in style.

    On the entry subject:
    Y’know with spraying cars they charge the paint and the thing to be sprayed, so it minimises wastage and dripping, and most binds – I wonder if static charges can be utilised in spray-on condoms…
    (ok I admit I’ve never been in the situation where such a thing would be useful, so I’m not really speaking with experience smile )

  5. This is just encouraging people to go out and have gay promiscous sex. Ban condoms and people won’t get AIDs or pregnant.

    Thought I’d say it before a True Believer troll does.

  6. Lots of stuff comes in spray cans… big surprise

    I don’t even WANNA to know why the image of a can of Cheeze Whiz just popped into my head.  Must go boil brain in bleach now….  (D—n your eyes, decrepitoldfool!!!  [grin])

    Oh, for crying in yer beer:  I was just about to post, and saw that the security-code word was—I am not making this up—“planning69”.  On a condom topic!  That must be a sign from God! 

    Oh, wait:  I’m an agnostic.  D—-nit.

  7. Man, that was quick.
    Y’know, I reckon I could just about keep it hard for that long.  wink

  8. DoF: Lots of stuff comes in spray cans

    I heard from somewhere that ‘miricle whip’ is mostly wood pulp, the bulk of it at least is not digestible

  9. DC, as a long time fan of Miracle Whip I take umbrage at the suggestion that it is anything other than the fabled manna from heaven. Here’s the official ingredient list from the Kraft Miracle Whip website:

    WATER, SOYBEAN OIL, VINEGAR, HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP, SUGAR, MODIFIED FOOD STARCH, EGGS YOLKS, SALT, MUSTARD FLOUR, ARTIFICIAL COLOR, POTASSIUM SORBATE AS A PRESERVATIVE, SPICE, PAPRIKA, NATURAL FLAVOR, DRIED GARLIC.

    It’s bad for you which is why it tastes so good.

  10. I take umbrage at the suggestion that it is anything other than the fabled manna from heaven. Here’s the official ingredient list from the Kraft Miracle Whip website:

    Sounds disgusting.

    Squirty cream in a can however… (just be careful of the duvet)

  11. WATER, SOYBEAN OIL, VINEGAR, HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP, SUGAR, MODIFIED FOOD STARCH, EGGS YOLKS, SALT, MUSTARD FLOUR, ARTIFICIAL COLOR, POTASSIUM SORBATE AS A PRESERVATIVE, SPICE, PAPRIKA, NATURAL FLAVOR, DRIED GARLIC.

    When I read that I had mistaken “Miracle Whip” for “Cool Whip”. I’m thinking ‘paprika?! dried garlic’?! Boy, they sure hide that well.

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