The pleasure derived out of having some unprotected moments without letting the 'johnny' come in the way is ultimate. Most men try to convince their partner of giving the protection a miss. Also, the best part is when one goes to buy it. Making the shopkeeper understand it is also an amusing part of the job. There are different slangs used in different parts of the world. And guys, there's a reason why condoms are cheaper than diapers! Mind it, folks.
Most people feel that condoms suck, 'cause they can't derive the pleasure out of the 'suck'! Some of the hilarious lines that we came across when people simply hated them. One was, "It is like showering in a plastic jumpsuit.' Well, he expressed the disappointment, perfectly! Phew!
Here are some of the funny referrals to dampening 'protection' used in different parts of the world.
Well put perfectly, they involve all the naughtiness of the world. Go to a pharmacy shop and save embarrassment for shopkeeper by simply whispering - 'Naughty bags'!
A condom in Denmark is referred to as a 'gummimand', which means 'rubberman'. But, the official Danish name is 'svangerskabsforebyggendemiddel'! Well, that is pretty difficult! We have already listed the easier one, for a quickie there!
Now that has some historic connections. It is called so, 'cause earlier they only covered the head of the 'joystick'!
Yes, love is a necessity!
The officials in the country had decided on replacing the English word, 'condom' to 'ae-pil', which is derived from Chinese characters for love and necessity. And this was done for an awkward reason. There were complaints from people with identical or similar sounding names.
Now that is on point! It is a perfect testament for the purpose of the object.
The Hungarian word ovsver means a safety tool. Perfect tool, which gives time to get ready. More importantly, it protects people from guilt!
Well, it does ensure safety to a large extent! So, it is an assurance that you are having safe s**.
In the native language, it is referred to as 'camisa de Venus'. Named after the Goddess of Love, this is a sweet one among all the brutally honest ones there.
This term was coined by a mid-17th Century army colonel, wanting to protect his British troops from the syphilis-ridden French.
How funny is that now! National tensions brought to bed, too! FYI, the French referred to this as the English Cap for protection against syphilis.
Use it for your own benefit, or you may regret later!
This was an entertaining one.
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