Planned Parenthood in western Washington state have been handing out condoms with special QR codes on the wrapper. Users are encouraged to scan the code with their smartphone prior to/after having sex (AND WASHING YOUR HANDS), and the general location of your safe sex will be uploaded to wheredidyouwearit.com, which keeps a running map of where all the condoms have been used. Me? I had safe sex in the back of a cab once. Just kidding, it was VERY unsafe. Get it? No seatbelts! Plus we wound up getting back to the hotel waaaaaay too fast and I stumbled out the back trying to pull my pants up and fasten my belt and find my wallet all at the same time. Pretty sure the cabbie saw my wiener.
Where Did You Wear It?
When Foursquare and sex meet: WhereDidYouWearIt.com [q13fox]
Thanks again to Evil Ares, who's so evil he replaced a bunch of the condom packets with Fire sauce ones from Taco Bell.
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