Wrap it up

The wonderfully intelligent (please note the sarcasm) people of Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest have come up with one of the most useless ideas of the past 10 years.  They have distributed over 50,000 condoms across college campuses that have QR codes (you know those random square designs that you have no idea what it’s actually for) on them.  The goal of course (of course duh!), is to get sexually active people to scan their condoms and “check in” at the areas they are having sex.  All of this is tracked on the website WhereDidYouWearIt.com.  The point behind this is to show people that safe sex does indeed happen and if you don’t believe them, you can look it up on the website. Hey wait a minute, this says safe sex is happening in my house right now…WHAT THE HELL?!! Baby I thought you loved me, how could you?!!!

The location grid is accurate to one block of the actual location of where the safe sex is happening.  So for all you girls who have busters as boyfriends and think you can track em by condom, 1- you better hope they are all about tagging where they are “doin it” (and doin it and doin it well, I represent Queens she was raised out in Brooklyn…) and 2- they aren’t just bringing your best friend over to your house while you’re taking a shower.  Even still the loophole in all this from a “trust” standpoint is that one block radius, look for neighbor to neighbor action to take off (especially on college campuses).

Here’s to hoping there is no ‘loophole’ in the actual condom if ya know what I mean (wink wink, giggle giggle), I DONE SAID IT!

(Image below taken from thegatewaypundit.com)

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