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YouTube - Trojan Magnum Condom Commercial
Hilarious, Clever. Love the NIN remake.
That part was killing me... in all the ironic, hilarious, and painful-to-hear ways.
that just spoiled "closer" for me, for ever
how big do u have to be to wear them?
girthwise? plz estimate
You let me violate you, You let me desecrate you, you let me penetrate you.
6" or > girth is a good fit for regular magnums, with no slippage.
6.25" or > girth can work for magnumXLs, likewise very little to no slippage with that girth, if you stay good and hard.
best to have a good fit and not just get the XLs unless you really need them
for comfort or the regular magnums are breaking on you because of size issues.
ask someone else around here if your girth is bigger than 6.25".
YouTube - Magnum Condom spec commercial
And for the girth question, I can wear Mag XLs with no slippage. They are the same width at the base as a regular Mag, but with more headroom. I'm 6" girth at the base.
Haha thats great.
but if you're 6" girth at the base, the XLs could move around too much at the top, there can be a risk of breakage (in my opinion).
depends on if you feel safe like that i guess. what price to "impress"?
I didn't really find it hilarious. I found it cute but not funny.
Before they had XLs I had a lot of breakage problems with Magnums. With XLs I had significantly less breakage. Married now, so no condoms, which is the best of all
Yes that was funny, thanks for sharing.
Note the accompanying text: "This is the spot Trojan really should do." I.e., it's not a real television ad. I have never heard of condoms being advertised on television in the US, and it wouldn't surprise me if there turned out to be some FCC regulation that makes it impossible. I don't know if they are advertised on TV in other countries.
this one rules
YouTube - Very FUNNY condom commercial! LOL!!
YouTube - best condom commercial ever
this even funnier.. and lpsg standard..
I believe that's Richard Cheese, a hepcat who specializes in jazzed-up cheesy covers of all kinds of songs (U2, Sir Mix-A-Lot, etc.). More a novelty than anything, but fun at parties.