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Tuesday, 9 December 2003


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"Sex aint sex with condom"

HOPE, ANSTRUM BAY -- The glitz has died down over the past several years, as boys and girls of all ages are no longer curious to see whether or not the modern-age invention condoms; actually work at all.

What many skeptics had stated about the usage of condoms to test the very extremes of humanity; 'It will eventually get old.' "Guys and gals of all ages have been trying to gain experience without actually touching one another for centuries, and I don't think this 'condom' is the practical solution at all," stated Dr. Richard Dirio CEO of Dirio/Dirio, Inc.

"By it's very definition, it is a toy of stupidity, and in no way represents actual physical contact. Plainly put, Sex with a condom, is not actually sex," confirms the local scientist. "Sex is for procreation of an endemic species, and this smothering interaction within a craving for an opposing gender, is a tool only. To be verified, through a mild friction abuse, that ends in mutual copulation and forensic stimulation of the pelvic region."

After this very graphic explanation of sexual activity and purpose, the interview was concluded without further comment. Leaving the future purpose of this latex wonder open to the chosen people, who will decide for themselves and their partners for the best conclusion to the end result.

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Topics: Condoms, Invention

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