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Thursday. This happened a long ago and I had completely forgotten about it until a few days ago when I was talking with a friend about missing objects in less expected places.

Some years ago I had a boyfriend and we were being intimate. It was all nice and fun until the part when he said:
“Oops, I lost the condom”
“How did you lose it?”
“I don’t know. It’s not here anymore”
“But you had it on, right?”
“I sure did”
“Oh crap… Could you please check very gently if you can find it?”
So he searched and couldn’t find it.
I said: “Let me stand up, maybe it’ll come out”. So I stood up, jumped a bit but nothing happened.
“I think you’ll have to go to the doctor soon and get it removed before anything else happens “.
I thought for a few seconds and many images came to my mind:





“No, there is no way in hell I’m going to the doctor”
“So, what do you want to do?”
“Hmmm. I’m going to smell white pepper. That always makes me sneeze. If I sneeze, I’m sure the thing will come out”
He looked at me like saying: “Ok, MacGyver”
So I went to the kitchen, took the pepper jar and gave a deep breath. Probably too deep because I felt awful but after a few seconds I felt a sneeze coming, so I sneezed and I could feel something going down.
I looked at my boyfriend with a smile.
“Did it work?”
“You bet!”

So you know for next time. If a condom gets lost in “the tunnel”, use white pepper to remove it.

~ by DotedOn on April 28, 2016.

31 Responses to “611”

  1. Reblogged this on SURVIVORS BLOG HERE.


  2. Paola, this was VERY amusing lol Smart thinking, too. I mean, a sneeze can make you pee, so why not that, right? And you may not have realized it, but your sex session was successful in the way that a sneeze in considered “an orgasm” 😉

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  3. Tip of the day!

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  4. What a handy tip.

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  5. 😀 Paola you make me laugh especially the line “No, there is no way in hell I’m going to the doctor” but what is the scarey utensil at the top? I have an idea and ‘if it is what I think it is’ then I’ve never seen one before.

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  6. OMG…what a curious story 🙂 glad it came out!

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  7. lol paola so funny. good thinking on your part because I wouldn’t like to have to tell that to a doctor, oh man imagine it? XX

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  8. If we want to prevent teen pregnancies and std’s, this should be cited in Sex-Ed! Sex is beautiful, but it can be super gross! I took sex-Ed when I was 11, and if I’d heard this story then, I might have remained a virgin for a LOT longer!

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  9. I think this is the best and most disturbing story I’ve heard in a while. Nicely… done? hehe

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