I can’t even. Not that I can normally even, but this has left me with zero evens left to give.
This wedding dress, made by the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Area Health Service HIV and Related Programs Unit, entirely out of condoms, was supposedly created to raise awareness for the increasing number of chlamydia diagnoses. Personally, I sense an alterior motive. I know I’m not the only one who’s been in the heat of the moment with a guy who was less than thrilled to wrap it up because “they’re uncomfortable,” “you’re on birth control,” “they make a pill for that,” or worst of all, “I’m going to pull out.” Guys have been passive aggressively attempting to get rid of the condom for years, and this is the final step.
I don’t think it’s a huge stretch to guess that this “designer” got tired of being asked to “put a glove on it” and retaliated by letting his partner know how it feels to wear one. Men everywhere, let me share something with you: WE DON’T LIKE THEM EITHER. Shocking, I know, but it’s true. We’re tired of looking like skanks when we keep the necessary stock in our nightstands,** and we’re tired of telling you that we bought the extra-larges to boost your ego, when that’s a bold-faced lie. But you know what we like even less? That awkward visit to student health services the next day.
**Ed. Note: That’s why you keep your condoms in your roommate’s bedside drawer (and vice versa). Blame the skankiness on her. — Hot Piece
We get it. You don’t like them. Neither do we…but stop trying to passive-aggressively dissuade us from doing something you don’t want us to do. That’s our job. Leave the mind tricks to the women and go back to watching ESPN.
[via Huffington Post]
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