1 in 8 men said they bring condoms to funerals because ‘you never know’.

There are truths and aspects of reality that perhaps tend to remain hidden and “unspoken”, but which however are very present and far more common than you think. Sometimes we almost chase away this type of thing, even if we then get confirmations of their diffusion, just as happened in the case of the singular survey we are about to tell you about.

What is it about? We’ll explain it to you right away: proof that, for many men, funerals are n’t just sad and farewell occasions, but also and above all situations in which they can make… sentimental conquests. No, we’re not joking, nor do we want to be easily irreverent: the research in question tells us about a specific “ally” that many males bring with them when they are guests of a funeral ceremony. Here’s which one.

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Condoms at the funeral? Yes, thank you : this is how we can summarize what emerged from an online survey conducted by the US brand of contraceptives ” Trojan “, one of the major overseas companies that manufactures these tools.

While the funeral setting may seem like the last place to try to flirt , it sure seems like many men are perfectly confident, so much so that research has shown that one in eight males under 35 years of age  carry their condom when going to say goodbye to a relative or an acquaintance.

The research involved about 2,000 US adults and brought to everyone’s attention a truth that perhaps many would have liked to hide. In any case, it certainly makes you curious to think of such a thing: evidently the possibility of making sentimental conquests is an aspect that, for many, does not clash at all with the solemnity and sadness of a funeral.

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On the contrary, it is known and proven that courting and having physical relationships can be of great help in experiencing positive feelings and happiness . This certainly contributes to the decision to bring a condom with you, perhaps following the classic thought “you never know” , good just in case.

In short: there is a way and a way to process (or to process) a mourning , and this curious survey seems to have proved it! What do you think?


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