New condoms match your penis to its fruit or veg shape for a better fit
Unlucky if you’re a turnip
The key to better fitting condoms could be finding out which vegetable your penis most resembles, which has inspired a fruity new range of condoms.
Apples and pears might be used to describe body shapes, but you can find our if your penis is a carrot or banana using new measurement tools.
This comes after 20 per cent of condoms fail to work properly because they’re not the right size.
So discovering the veggie which best matches your manhood could even mean less STDs as they’re less likely to slip off or tear.
Bringing a whole new meaning to getting your five a day, we can now find out if we’re a courgette, carrot, banana, turnip, or a cucumber using Love Guides Packaging System.
Taiwanese student Guan-Hao Pan came up with the Love Guides Packaging System, to help us figure out the shape of our manhood.
All users need to do is try out the range of phallic shaped tubes and work out which fits best.
Guan-Hal from the National Taipei University of Technology told Dezeen: “Studies show that more than 60 per cent of users choose a wrong size while shopping for condom.”
He added: “In addition to discomfort, wrong size selection increases the risk of slippage and rupture.
“A condom becomes less effective if it is the wrong size, worn on the wrong side, or its tip is not squeezed when worn.
“Each condom comes in a specially designed case with a rising tip, making it easy to remove the condom from the right side while squeezing the tip at the same time.”
Thankfully the condoms have no taste or scent, so for now turnip flavour is off the menu.
But unfortunately they are not available to buy online just yet.