Thursday, February 11, 2010


The answer to yesterday's question:

Less than two percent of condoms break. When they do, it's because of:

1. An oil based lubricant was used.
2. The condom was past the experation date.
3. It was expose to extreme temperatures.
4. It was re-used.
5. It ripped while the package was opened.
6. It was unrolled before it was put on.

Now, today's question: Condoms can be made of what three materials?

Post your answers in the comments!

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