Durex Wants To Promote Safe Sex With An Eggplant-Flavored Condom

Durex Wants To Promote Safe Sex With An Eggplant-Flavored Condom
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The gag campaign was crafted after the brand's emoji design was denied by the Unicode Consortium

Azalea Pena
  • 21 september 2016

The condom company Durex caught everyone’s attention when it surprised the world with their new product: an eggplant-flavored condom. However, once everyone got excited about it, the announcement turned out to be a hoax and only served as a retaliation to the rejection of Durex’s official condom emoji.

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