"The taboos of talking about sex and everything it entails conspire to make condom-shopping a hushed, instant decision for many people. Doing a little homework and knowing which kind to get is important, because drugstore aisle shopping decisions happen in a matter of seconds — not minutes. Who wants to talk to the store clerk about their penis size? Where they’re going to do it? That they’re hoping to last longer? —The Wirecutter reviews condoms. It has also been updated to include "data gathered from women on condom preference." Enjoy!
Skip this if you already know [about juice].
February 22, 0001 AJ: I was visiting San Francisco, staying with the excellent Wirecutter editor Brian Lam, and I wanted a coffee. So Brian suggested we go to his favorite cafe, which was also conveniently "near [his] juice place," where he needed to pick something up, although the juice-place part barely registered at the time. (I like to point out "my cobbler" to friends, too, for instance, but no one ever seems to care. "Oh you got your shoes fixed? Tell me more" <— words no one has ever said.)
So I got my coffee at the cafe and wandered around [...]