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Last Friday, December 1 was the 19th World AIDS Day, and an enterprising seamstress in New York decided to commemorate the big day with a very special wedding gown. Consisting entirely of 12,500 individually colored and stitched-together condoms, the result is quite fetching, the perfect complement to the chandelier made from penis pumps.


So with the average sex frequency of married couples holding right at 98 times per year according to a 2001 Durex Survey, this supply of condoms ought to keep the average married couple child-free for about 127.5 years.

There was no word about whether the condoms had been used or not before being sewn up into this dress, but with all that stitching involved, their use after the wedding ceremony was not recommended.

Condom Wedding Gown [Spluch]