Thailand releases pad kaprow flavoured condoms

Holy basil lovers, condom model myONE Thailand has launched a particular edition “chicken kaprow” flavoured condom.
With April 1 simply around the corner, it’s not straightforward to trust that myONE Thailand is critical about their pad kaprow-flavoured contraceptive. But it looks just like the holy basil rooster condom isn’t a hoax.
The product is actually that can be purchased through the brand’s official retailer on Shopee – three spicy condoms for simply 99 baht.
myONE Authoritative said…
“Spice your sex experience as if a Michelin chef come to cook and serve delicious dishes in your bed!”
Facebook web page “Puboripok” (“consumers”) already posted a evaluation of the condom on Facebook…
“This condom was solely released yesterday, however #Consumers are wondering – does it stink? Is it spicy? We tried it, it smells like rooster kaprow.
“The holy basil odor is veryyyyy apparent. But it’s not truly spicy, it’s simply the odor.
“It’s the primary time in my life I think it smells higher than precise contemporary holy basil.
“Enhance your experience, make it more exciting with the scent of rooster kaprow. 555+”
In a TikTok clip, myONE reveals a “special package set” of the product disguised inside a takeaway pad kaprow field – with the instructions written on a fake fried egg.
As one of the nation’s favorite flavours, might kaprow flavoured condoms assist the National Health Security Office fulfil its aim of increasing the use of contraceptives among the population of Thailand?
Before Valentine’s Day final month, the Thai government distributed ninety five million free condoms to try to curb sexually transmitted diseases and teenage pregnancies.
Pattaya gained condom merchandising machines last month as a half of the National Health Security Office’s “Love Bang Love Safety” marketing campaign, aiming to increase the usage of contraception in Sin City.
In 2016, rumours circulated that a Bangkok condom producer was going to launch a durian-flavoured condom – but thankfully, the product by no means materialised.


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