When I was at U the medical school produced a revue called “Clap - pass it on.”
There’s no profit in developing new antibiotics, but don’t worry - the next Viagra is right around the corner!
It does illustrate an effective way to use condoms to avoid the risk of pregnancy.
I would have thought hipster glasses and beard oil would be sufficient to do that, but given that the hipsters who were next door to me have a baby now, apparently not.
Notice the badge number…
Not sure that is how it really works.
“Unbeatable Gonorrhea” would of course be a great name for a rock band.
------ Dave Barry
Why would the condom be wearing the helmet? Isn’t the “helmet” the condom itself in that metaphor?
I wonder if uptight Christians ever complain about military safe sex propaganda. If teaching sex ed and handing out condoms encourages high school students to be promiscuous, wouldn’t it do the same for soldiers and sailors? Especially overseas, they might visit prostitutes!
You wear two while not having sex, then you take one off just before you do. Feels like wearing nothing at all!
For her pleasure?
Let’s not forgot the ladies (and the fact that most PSA’s were, um --rather more uncharitable to women than this one)
My new ironic sex product:
skin based condoms made from the artificially grown skin of John Holmes, THEN worn by celebrities and recycled for use by the general population.
Imagine wearing Brad Pitt’s used condom grown from the greatest porn star of all time! This is the must have item of the next 3 months!
They look so bright and happy streaming out of the orgy cars.
I was in my youth in the 1980s:
That’s some good cyberpunk weirdness right there.
“This bug is so smart and can mutate so rapidly.”
CDC scientists already talking in the style of their potential new boss, I see. “This is the smartest bug, it’s gonna be the most antibiotic-resistant bug you ever saw, it’s got all the best mutations, beautiful”.
Sounds like you won’t be able to clap off soon.
As long as the gonorrhea container is not unbeatable life is still worth living.