The first time was from a vending machine in the restroom of my then local pub. Now I just purchase them from the supermarket, it's nothing to be embarrassed about, really. It shows you actually give a monkeys about yours and other people's sexual health.
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Yes. My girlfriend and I take turns buying packs. lol
Yeah of course I bought condoms before. Several times.
I don't see the issue here, it just shows you are sexually active.
People selling you that stuff simply don't care.
yeah, the first time i was pretty worried/scared, but now thinking about it it's kinda funny that i was at all embarrased about it.
If you're that worried just use self serve checkout.
In saying that a lot of people that come into the store i work at and buy condoms are generally funny about it and like to tell me how "they're getting some tonight" but i guess that comes from me having a good relationship with locals and frequent customers
But still, I would like to see in my country the condom self-vendor thingies, could save a lot of "shy" people the trouble, just insert money, get condom. It's sad that even on the dorms they don't have them.
I was going through the checkstand at the grocery store I used to work at a few days ago, and one of the chicks working there points out a lady leaving and the fact that she just spent $85 on astro and rubbers. Certain things are just memorable... like the combination of what the lady bought and how horrendous she looked. I'm not trying to judge, but it raised questions...
But for the topic: Yes, I have. Both at the store I used to work at and drug stores here or there. Maybe slightly embarrassed in my teens, not now.
Once, when I was but a wee boy. Ultimate embarrasment, for absolutely no reason.
But thankfully my girlfriends has always been able to get as many as they want for free, so I never saw a point in buying them.
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No, but only because:
1) I could get them for free in college
2) I got married after college and she's on the pill
First time was kind of awkward. I wasn't sure if there were age restrictions and I felt weird... I guess because I would've been extremely embarrassed if I ran into my mother. (or especially my girlfriend's mother/father)
No, the guys done that.
Close your eyes and smile.
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I remember how weirded out I was the first time I went in to buy a pack.
We even went in together with my girlfriend at the time. Both 16 and nervous.
The lady at the drugstore just gave us this sneaky smile...
Ah sweet memories.
After that though I realized there is nothing embarrassing about it and went on to live my life worrying about more important stuff.
First time I bought condoms it was in a two pack, and I was just so excited to actually be buying them for a purpose! (was 16) Some time later (same girlfriend to this day) I notice the skin "down there" is not how it should be. I continue with my actions, until it is unbearable, and finally go in to see the doc. It is there that I learn I am allergic to latex... this is after nearly a year and a half of using latex condoms, and I was confused why it hurt, thought it was normal >.>.
This is where the true story begins...
On my quest to find non-latex condoms I end up at a porn shop, and let me tell you for the first one I have ever been to it was actually very pleasant! The place was bright, clerks looked clean, and overall looked like a blockbuster/hollywood video... but with dildos and such! I eventually learn that that non-latex are QUITE expensive... talking $35 for a pack of seven. However the small small price of $35 x (7)sexual encounters > baby.
All in all was more excited, and now when I drop $35 on a pack in a store, people think I'm a high roller for spending that much on so few condoms!
No, but I served someone buying condoms. I asked if he wanted a bag, and he said yes. Only thing he was buying.
Wouldn't having a small box in a plastic bag draw more attention?
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