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Target: Bloody Blonde make-up kit.
Leave it to the Canadians to find a way to parody China’s imports of poison to our youth.
For some reason, I firmly believe if TV commercials were normally made this funny, people would not fast forward over them with their TiVos.
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It has nothing to do with how you live your own life or your own shortcomings. It’s because the gays are getting married, that’s why.
(Ball State Daily News, Page 8, December 14, 1992)
By TRACEY TIBBETTS
and DAVID SPEAKMAN
For many college students, the holiday season is the time to trek home to visit the family, reap loads of gifts and spend time away from that special someone in life.
Before saying goodbye with a last-of-the-year hop in bed, let’s talk about something that may come between you and your partner – the condom.
Condoms have been around for centuries, although the exact origin of the prophylactic is unclear.
Anthropologists have found evidence which proves ancient cultures used such bizarre materials as tree bark, paper and cloth as preventative measures against conception and disease.
Today, condoms are usually made of one of two substances – latex and natural membrane (usually sheep innards).
Beside the fact that the thought of engaging in intimate activity with a piece of dead animal separating the privates may cause one nausea, this type of condom is ineffective at preventing venereal disease. So the focus of this article is on latex, or truly rubber rubbers.
It is important to use condoms for any sexual activity – including oral sex. This could prevent the embarrassment of a sore throat being diagnosed as a case of oral venereal disease. Herpes also is a risk reduced by condom use.
These latex wonders come in two basic categories: lubricated and non-lubricated. Other, more specialized possibilities exist with features like receptacle ended, fitted, ribbed, colored, flavored/scented, super thin, extra strong and extra large.
After the choice of lubricated and non-lubricated, the fun begins.
Specialized features may raise the price of a condom. The cost-conscious consumer may find a plain condom, which averages 50 cents, the best buy.