How Many Condoms Can You Wear at Once?
The first 100 or so condoms went on quite easily, and added about two inches of length to the dildo. When unrolling the condoms onto the dildo, we made every effort to eliminate any air pockets in the condom tip. However, after 200 condoms had been applied, it became obvious that the condoms’ reservoir tips were stacking up, giving the dildo a distinctive, missile-like shape.
Piling Them On
As we continued to stretch condom after condom onto this monument to safer sex, we were amazed at the durability of each tightly stretched rubber, and even more amazed at how hundreds of thin layers of latex added up to more than double the length of the original dildo. Unfortunately, we had to terminate this portion of the experiment when we exhausted our supply of condoms. However, we are one step closer to answering the question “How many condoms can you put on a dildo?” At least 625.
The condoms also added an impressive amount of weight to the dildo. Pre-condoms, the bare dildo weighed in at just over 1 pound -- about 1 lb, ½ oz. In contrast, the condom-covered dildo weighed in at a hefty 3 lbs, 5 oz. The condoms added a full 2 ¼ lbs.
Taking It Apart
With its pointed top laid open, the pale and rubbery latex-encased dildo was beginning to resemble a giant squid being filleted. We took to it with a hack saw next, to examine a cross-section. The rubber proved to be quite solid and offered a fair amount of resistance as we sawed through it. We began sawing at the thickest section of the condom layers, at a spot that we estimated to be above the tip of the dildo. However, upon dissecting further into the layers, we did in fact come into contact with the head of the dildo, which we subsequently sawed through. We hypothesize that the external pressure exerted on the dildo by the condoms was sufficient to squeeze the dildo laterally and deform it, making it longer and skinnier.
The cross section reveals the dildo encased within the solid layers of hundreds of condoms. The thickness of the condoms around the dildo was approximately 1 1/8”. The total diameter of the dildo plus its condom encasement measured about 3 ½” total. It should be noted that without the condoms on it, the dildo has a diameter of 1 ½”. However, when encased in the condoms, it the diameter of the dildo itself appeared closer to 1 ¼”. Again, we hypothesize that the extreme pressure exerted inward on the dildo by the condoms caused the dildo to compress and actually changed its shape and length.
Our observations show that, when applied in large quantities, latex condoms which individually appear thin, insubstantial and practically weightless, can accrue into a solid mass that is dense, heavy, and thick. Although merely a fraction of a millimeter in thickness, when layered in sufficient quantity, condoms can form a solid barrier over an inch thick, and substantially alter and enlarge the size of an object, in this case, a dildo. However, given the amount of time, effort, and financial cost involved in employing hundreds of condoms, if you want a huge dildo, we suggest you just buy a larger one rather than using hundreds of condoms to make your average-size dildo bigger.
Finally, and most importantly, based on our findings, we must issue a strong warning against any attempt to duplicate this experiment using an actual penis belonging to a living male subject. The results of our experiment indicate that putting a large number of condoms on an actual male sex organ would most likely result in severe penile injury. First, the pressure exerted by the condoms would result in constriction of circulation in the penis and probable tissue damage. Second, if left unsupported, the weight of the condoms would pull the penis and scrotum downward and could possibly result in injury to the penile shaft or base of the organ and groin. Again, we repeat, do not attempt this experiment with an actual penis -- severe injury may result.