ac_dropout wrote:Maybe they want to get pregnant for a shotgun marriage.
Trillian: You idiot! You signed the order to destroy Earth!
Zaphod: I did?
Arthur: He did?
Trillian: Love and kisses Zaphod? You didn't even read it, did you?
Zaphod: Well, I'm president, I don't have a lot of time for reading.
Trillian: My whole planet destroyed because you thought someone wanted your autograph!
Because it feels better. The bullshit they're feeding you about condoms just being for prostitutes is just a way to save face: they don't want to admit that they've had sex with a huge number of guys, with and without condoms, and have discovered that without is more pleasurable.
They're Asian - they can't admit to being sexually experienced enough to know whether condoms diminish sexual pleasure, so they make up some other dumb excuse.
Well I do not know about condoms - my friends have been reliable in my mind - but Chinese ladies seem to abore the leaking after the event - so keep some tissues handy if you want to cuddle a bit - instead of them rush to the bathroom.
Now these are the types of threads we need more of! Entertaining and socially responsible at the same time.
For gosh sakes slap on a rubber and make up whatever excuse you need to. Tell her they really turn you on and that they'll whiten her skin (but when it comes time for oral sex, tell her it's just the opposite... just kidding.. sort of.)
Having unprotected sex, though we've all done it, is one of the more irresponsible things we can do, but gosh it's fun.
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