Woah, are you looking to spice up your sex life? Are you planning on trying something new and different? You can now with Malaysia’s ultimate nasi lemak condoms! Yes, you heard that right! The news broke out about the condom months ago, however, now it’s time to go on sales!
Karex, the self proclaimed world’s biggest condom making company, offers all sorts of erotic flavors of food including pleasure-boosting textures. If you’ve heard previously, they even offer the king of fruit ‘Durian’ condoms! This latest condom is inspired by the nasi lemak, the breakfast sold at street stalls, and is a common food among Malaysians. If you’re wondering how it smells or taste like, it smells like the coconut and the spiciness of sambal. But it’s coated with warming lubricant, erm.
Source: Malay Mail Online
OMG, nasi lemak would never look the same again definitely if you’ve tried the nasi lemak condom!
As you know,the dish is made up of “fatty rice” made with coconut milk (Santan) served with ikan bilis, peanuts, an egg, sliced cucumbers and sambal. We’re still wondering if the condom will stink! Or probably make your partner much hungrier for food or you. LOL!
Karex chief executive Goh Miah Kiat, told media news sources such as Channel NewsAsia,
“We Malaysians are divided across our political ideas, religion and race.
Malaysia has been beset over the years by tensions between its Muslim Malay majority and its substantial ethnic Chinese and Indian minorities, with critics accusing the government of introducing policies that favour the Malays.”
There would also be a special limited-edition packaging for the condom, and you can see it in stores starting November or December!
Goh said that the range of these wacky condoms are more of just a marketing gimmick, and they are trying instead to encourage people to take contraceptive use as a solution for sex in this Muslim-majority country.
“For me, it’s about public health, and I want to get the message across to people.”
The nasi lemak condom is aimed for the locals of Malaysia market however, Karex might even market abroad.
So are you going to try it? Even if we’re not, we’re still curious on how the packaging is going to look like. A nasi lemak wrap, perhaps?