Cherry TV's women vent about retrieving stubborn condoms that remain inside after sex.
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In this episode, the women discuss missing and lost condoms. Participant: You know, when there is an emergency, you don’t want to alarm somebody by going, “oh god.” You don’t want to do that either after you’ve had sex and this is what my boyfriend and we have sex and he pulls out and he is like, “oh god” and I'm like “oh god what?” and he is like, “The condom is missing.” I was like, “I fucking hate you.” So, he said, you’ve got to go to the bathroom and get it out and I was like, maybe you should. Soon, we were like fighting over whose territory—the inside of my vagina—so I did. So I went in the bathroom and its like great that he wasn’t there, but how awkward did you feel like squatting down on the floor, basically fisting yourself trying to get the condom and it happens to everybody. Participant: Get out the speculum. Participant: Right! And it’s not something to be ashamed of. It happens and it’s scary and you're like, “oh my god, its never going to come out.” And it’s going to come out of my throat. Participant: It happened to me last week and I didn’t know it was the next day, we’ve already had sex twice in the morning, I’m assuming this happened another night and then, had sex twice more, he had left, he had gone home, I'm in the bathroom peeing and then, plop—what's that? Just then I looked around I was like well, if I don’t know how it got there— I don’t know the conditions under which it fell off. Participant: I feel like sometime like—when you, you know, when you're having sex and even sometimes like when you're kind of like cumming off like if you're on top and like, you see it like sliding up, like if you pull it, like really, really gently, it will come out, but it’s the most disgusting feeling, you're just like, “Ah!” Participant: And it’s like a very bad hair day situation. You know, didn’t want it to lick. Participant: Right. Participant: Oh my god! I'm lying in the bed like I'm a gynecologist. Spread open and ready to get a pass. Participant: It’s like this move it so gentle— Participant: If it’s shredded and you have to find all the pieces— Participant: I'm sorry, shredded? Participant: Well, tell him what happened, it was in, you lost in, it was like— Participant: It was like blew off so part of it was still on his dick. Participant: How? Participant: Big dick, little condom. He dug around and scooped all the little parts out of this—but wasn’t that bad.

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