Self-Lubricating Condoms Promise to Work For "1,000 Thrusts"

 I've never heard of this unit of measurement before, but now it's all I can think about. 

Scientists who were backed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation just invented a new self-lubricating condom.  And they promise it will work for, quote, "1,000 THRUSTS."  Ha!  Thrusts!

And that's way better than the condoms we've got now, which only stay slippery for about 600 thrusts. 

But, of course, this begs the question:  How much thrusting do you actually do when you're getting-it-on? 

And we've got the answer.  Men thrust between 19 and 100 times a minute during sex.  The average session lasts 5.4 minutes.  So that's basically somewhere between 100 and 500 thrusts on average. 

In other words, 1,000 is overkill most of the time.  But those times when you're really on your game and doin' it all night long like R&B singers always brag about, you're gonna be grateful for the extra thrusting ability. 

These self-lubricating condoms could go on sale as soon as next year.  


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