Malaysian condom company Karex made 5 billion condoms in 2016, accounting for roughly 15 percent of the world’s condom market, according to an August 2016 Forbes article.
With this photo feature, we put to the test the myth that large, irregular objects can fit into normal sized condoms.
The colored condoms are Trustex, and the non-colored condoms are One’s classic condoms. The One condoms are available, free to students, outside Living Well in the Davis Center.
In regard to shape, the photos range from items like a banana, to items such as a drill.
In regard to size, the smallest object was a small pot, while the largest items were a 40-ounce water bottle and the entire arm of a Cynic staff member.
The condoms pictured had no tears and had not broken in any way, showing just what will fit into a condom.