Condoms made it to Antarctica


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    Baghdad Jim
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    http://www.stuff.co.nz/4577040a11.html


    (this is the most blandest, under lubricated, thick walled, boring condom out there….obviously HR had something to do with its selection)

    Intrepid souls braving the cold climes of Antarctica clearly find traditional ways of keeping warm.

    McMurdo Station has taken delivery of 16,488 condoms. The shipment last month constitutes a year’s supply, ensuring the frisky can stay safe in the sack.

    Thats about 27 condoms per person, per year. Please tell me there aren’t that many people going entire seasons without any sex.

    The condoms would be freely available to staff avoiding any embarrassing purchases.

    “Since everybody knows everyone, it becomes a little bit uncomfortable we’d prefer to just provide them and do it that way so that people don’t do without.”

    shoot…if only a few people are getting nookie, I would be strutting tall as ever into the store, slap a few dollars down loudly and announce to anyone within earshot “If you don’t mind, I would sincerely like to purchase one of your fine prophylactics. Yes sir, I need a condom!”

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    Sciencetech
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    @Baghdad Jim wrote:

    “If you don’t mind, I would sincerely like to purchase one of your fine prophylactics. Yes sir, I need a condom!”

    And someone would either make a rude comment about protecting yourself from yourself during self-abuse, or they’d secretly put glycol in your bunny boots. Or both.

    In the interest of actually keeping your mate, you might want to be a little bit lower profile. Because, yes, there are that many people who are not getting nookie, and advertising your success can be… destructive.

    And I agree that those particular condoms are probably the worst choices possible. But hey, free is free, and you can always bring your own, and when you need some in the middle of winter, well, anything is better than nothing. Take it from someone who knows.
    😉

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