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You had your fair share of conquests in Belarus. It wasn’t a good idea, but you double-bagged it once to be safe (terrible idea), and now you’re out of condoms for your two-day stop in Germany. Because it just wouldn’t be fair to leave you hanging, here’s part two of TravelSexLife’s 69 Countries, 69 Condoms.
Croatia’s prophylactic promises an “aroma” like no other. Stick on a “kondomy” in this neck of the European woods and we guarantee you’ll be “coming” up smelling of roses…
The Egyptian condom reminds us of our childhood days playing with Tops cards and eating strawberry-flavoured sweets. It’s great to see that they are into “enhanced pleasure”, we wonder if Mubarak put that promise to the test on his way out?
This playful German condom is wildly popular with leader Angela Merkel, who unbeknown to us, likes them “young”.
India goes all racy with their condom design. This one also got factory owners at Cadbury’s frothing at the mouth. Their “Moods” certainly changed after seeing this.
You’d probably be fooled into thinking the Indonesian condom was actually a packet of tea bags if it wasn’t for this busty lass on the front. Surprisingly hot for one of the world’s largest Muslim countries – certainly nothing “Artika” about this one.
Japan’s slapped a “learner” sticker on their condom and even thrown in a badge. Taking your V-plates off as never been so celebratory. TravelSexLife’s Michael Lovan will vouch for that.
Obviously men in Korea fall for the tactics of toddler marketing campaigns. Whether someone told the little dude on the front that a towel just wouldn’t suffice in his ensuing act of love making remains to be seen. The Calpol of condoms.
Obviously making love in Malaysia is a lot like going swimming. A few strokes later and it’s all over. Michael Phelps condom of choice.
Nothing says I-want-to-hold-your-hand-and-run-off-into-the-distance more than this condom package from Singapore. If 18 makes up an economical pack we dread to think what’s in the bumper version.
South Africa resorts to Korean tactics and opts for cartoons on their homage to the rubber johnny. Those raised rubber studs? The motorcycle chick doesn’t look any more moved by those than the lubricated ones. She obviously needed a change of clothes though.
Sweden likes it’s bumps and grooves just as much as anyone yet are even more keen to point out the Vegan-friendly elements of their little number. The Birds n’ Bees have never felt so grateful. Especially now that they’re not being eaten.
Because all men in Turkey say “yes”. The no-bullshit, no-small talk condom.
To be found served up in East London kebab houses on weekend nights.