Woman fits whole leg in condom to prove men are lying when they say they’re ‘too big’ to wear them

By Alma Fabiani

Published May 11, 2022 at 11:18 AM

Reading time: 1 minute

That’s it boys, you officially don’t have any excuse to not wear protection when having intercourse with someone. Until now, the go-to excuse for men around the world was to say that they’re simply “too big to wear them.” Others like to play the victim and say that condoms hurt them or are uncomfortable. If you’re a woman, you’ve definitely heard these poor justifications before, and hopefully, you promptly bid your latest match goodbye.

Well, next time you have to deal with a man trying to get out of wearing a condom—and trust me, you will go through it again—here’s what you should show him:

@theel_inloser

What a fancy thigh high, right? That’s all

♬ Big Dick - Little Big

TikTok user Elle Muirhead recently shared the above video on the social media app where she is filming an employee who’s wrapping a condom around her whole leg, stretching it out past her knee with ease. With over 15.8 million views and counting, it’s safe to say that Muirhead’s demonstration made an impact online.

In the comments section, most users are seen agreeing with the woman who works in an adult shop. “Dude exactly. They just don’t wanna wear one so they lie,” one wrote. “It was very difficult not to laugh at men that said this when I worked at an adult store,” another shared. Others appreciated Muirhead’s ingenuity, with someone commenting: “You just gave a drag queen ✨IDEAS✨.”

In a follow-up video posted after the first one went viral, the TikToker explained that she and other employees had just grabbed the first unlubricated condom they saw and not a specific brand.

@theel_inloser

@Jo Jordan was my lovely foot model, show them some love too 🤙🏻@Trojan Brand Condoms

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Research titled Average-Size Erect Penis: Fiction, Fact, and the Need for Counseling, published in PubMed, notes that most males believe the average length of an erect penis is around 15.2 centimetres (6 inches). In reality—surprise, surprise—the average is much smaller. While sizes vary widely, the average length is said to be between 12.9 and 13.97 centimetres (which is between 5.1 and 5.5 inches), and most likely towards the smaller end of this scale.

Ironically, standard condoms are typically 6.7 to 8.3 inches long, which means that more often than not, men who pretend they need a larger size are either lying or fooling themselves. In other words, just stick to the regular size, yeah?

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