A little while back, I wrote about how to incorporate condoms into your sex life. Condoms are great for preventing STIs and pregnancy, and can even be fun. However, when I saw a link to used condoms for sale, I had no idea what was going on. Naturally I had to click on that link, and found that a set 110 year old condoms are up for auction in Vienna (possibly related side note: I do have a birthday coming up, everyone!).
These condoms are made from fish bladders, although the article is careful to point out that these aren’t the bladders you might think of, but instead what help fish out with their buoyancy. If used condoms weren’t enough, they generously come with a storage case containing a tally of how many times each condom was used (FYI: they are reusable, although only suggested to be used at most ten times each). I guess reusable condoms are green (but TOTALLY UNSAFE - so please don’t try this at home!), would you use these today if they were available?