When it comes to flavored condoms, the selection is pretty lame. You have chocolate, strawberry, cherry, banana, mint, vanilla, licorice, cola, grape, tropical, and atomic sour. And what’s worse is that those sugary flavored condoms can be sugar coated, so if you have vaginal sex with them you’re going to get/give someone a yeast infection. Where’s the fun in that?
Thankfully, J & D’s have come up with bacon condoms, because if there’s one thing that we all know about sex it’s that sex isn’t sweet, it’s savory.
Now, I’m not totally convinced that bacon condoms aren’t a hilarious April Fool’s Day prank that we’re getting to a little late. Last April Fool’s Day, J & D’s made bacon coffins, which isn’t as hilarious as bacon condoms but it’s still pretty funny. You could take any product and make a bacon version of it and it would be funny.
It would a real shame if bacon condoms were just a prank because I genuinely think that “making your meat look like meat” is a fantastic idea:
Either way, savory should be an option for flavored condoms. Maybe it’s just me but for me I think if sex were a dish, it would be savory. That’s because there’s a lot of sucking on different body parts and the human body is just a big hunk of meat, water, black stuff, and other goo. Kind of like meat you would eat!
So I want to know, what savory foods should be a condom flavor?
*By the way, that description of sex is not an endorsement of any kind of cannibal fetish. Taste your partner during sex. Do not eat them.
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