Corporate logo condoms have been gaining public attention for quiet some time now. Even though it’s not clear whether any of these have been officially sanctioned by the respected companies; It’s this journalist’s opinion that they are a product of college bloggers ordering customizable prototypes, or even more likely, could have been created with the use of the digital imaging software. One thought that makes me suspect the credibility of these, is the idea of controlling human procreation could affect the bottom line of pretty much any company. Good numbers are in good number of people. Less people is less profit. You get the point. Also, most of these are photographed near the same computer, hence they share the same source. Real corporate logo condoms would come from different sources. Nonetheless, real or not, (completely fake) these condoms are down right cool. They’re catchy, they make contraception appear as the opposite of dull, and there is this entire article dedicated entirely to them. Enjoy the read.
#10 King’s Thing
Fancy wordplay with the real slogan. Very catchy.
#9 Don’t Tell Me What To Do
Nothing can really top this image, there is hardly anything to say. Did you know that the word “gymnasium” comes from the Greek meaning to exercise naked. It’s true, Gymnos means nude in Greek.
#8 Sun Of Rainbow
I finally understand what the Skittles slogan means! It’s that good.
#7 Clean Hands
It’s good to have something that doesn’t go all over your hands.
#6 Game Connection
There is a reason why they made a male and a female USB ports. Laws of nature apply to the digital world. Just don’t pay any subscription fee to connect with your partner.
Don’t put your Big Mac on the table.
This slogan is a bit more provocative than the usual. That’s how the top of the chart gets stacked. It’s hard to have a conversation about love without bringing up chocolate.
#3 Electro Like
These series of condoms prove that most corporate slogans are a perfect fit for any condom. Or maybe, if people think there is dirty talk involved, they will perceive almost anything as raunchy. What do you think?
#2 Don’t Stop
One of the greatest advertising campaigns has the potential to go beyond the batteries. If rubbers of the future will require batteries, that would be a gold mine for this company. Click image to view in full-screen HD.
#1 Get Lucky
The corporate king of the Internet deserves it’s respectful place. And if you ever use this rubber, please, do no evil.