Good advice R8! Always look for ways to reduce fat and cholesterol. For quickies I have used I Can't Believe It's Not Butter Light.
KY, I always by my lube there
You seriously can't figure out a lube to get at CVS? Are you just trying to get your $17 worth out of datalounge,or are just retarded?
And the is a crisis too?
"Are you just trying to get your $17 worth out of datalounge,or are just retarded?"
Uh, have you tried reading the product info on the bottles in the store? It will tell you if it's compatible with condoms.
Eros, made in Germany. Odorless, tasteless, and condom safe. The best for me.
Perhaps, R13, the concern is the blend of flavors.
and DON'T skimp - by real KY - the CVS brand is too thick.
CVS' bag of $1 lemon drops will help you produce all the spit you need.
Lube is for sissies. Do it like a man, spit on your cock and shove that thing in.
Make sure it's water-based and not a "warming gel", OP.
A had to leave a trick once because because his ass made my condom look like it was covered in bruschetta. His snippy response was that it's not pronounced 'broosh-etta'.
Men with rectal bleeding should never ask to bottom or eat asparagus or mistakenly purchase warming gel.
[quote]Lube is for sissies.
Honey, who do you think you're talking to here... the Dirty Dozen?
[quote] A had to leave a trick once because because his ass made my condom look like it was covered in bruschetta.
I clutched my pearls too tightly. They're all over the floor now.
A study has found that every one of a panel of 41 commercially-available sexual lubricants for sale in the USA damaged human rectal and colonic cells in the test tube and compromised the integrity of the single-cell layer that forms the surface of the rectum. Four of the lubricants not only damaged the rectal lining cells but appeared actively to increase HIV replication in the cell cultures.
It is important to emphasise that the lubricants tested were all water-based. Water-based ‘lubes’ were initially recommended for use in safer sex because they do not weaken condoms whereas oil-based ones cause them to burst. Since it is the condom that is protecting users from HIV rather than the lube, condom users should still be encouraged to use water-based lubes because condoms are also more likely to break, and trauma to the rectal lining occur, with no lube.