When was the last time you wanted to have sex with someone, but did not have condoms because you knew someone would find them? Finding a good spot to hide condoms can be challenging. However, there are many creative ways to hide some.
Hide condoms in your bedroom.
- You could tape individual condoms to the back of a picture frame on the wall.
- If your bed is off the ground, you could try taping a box or individual condoms to the bottom of the bed.
- Consider taping condoms to the inside of your closet door, in the very top corner.
- You could create a false bottom in your underwear drawer to hide condoms under.
Hide condoms in the kitchen.
- Consider taping individual condoms on the bottom side of the utensil drawer; tape on the outside of the drawer, not the inside.
- Try taping individual condoms to the bottom of a microwave.
Hide condoms in clothes.
- Secure condoms, with tape or a safety pin/paperclip, to the inside of the sleeve of an unused coat YOU own.
- Hide condoms by hiding them in the inside of an used hat YOU own. (Securing it would be wise)
- Hide individual condoms in ugly unused socks.
- It will be easier to hide condoms in your room than your kitchen.
- Do not hide the condom somewhere very warm or very cold. Room temperature is just fine.
- DO NOT hide condoms in places in your room other people would likely get into. For example, don’t hide them on the closet door if your sister/brother frequently steals your clothes.
- Individual condoms are MUCH easier to hide than boxes.
- Be creative! Think of a hiding place no one would even dream to look in, like the little section of wall over the door on the inside of a closet, or behind the paper cover of a hard cover book nobody will read.
- If you tape them to a picture, be sure it is not frequently taken down and admired, and be sure to always put the picture EXACTLY where it was before.
- Try hiding condoms in clothes that are only worn in certain seasons.
- Most microwaves cause enough heat/radiation to melt condoms, so be sure that the microwave isn’t frequently used.
- Be careful not to hide condoms in areas where there is a lot of heat, as the condoms may melt.
- If you secure condoms to clothes using safety pins, or secure condoms using sharp things, DO NOT pierce the condom, JUST the wrapping on the edges.
- Always use a condom during sexual intercourse.
Things You’ll Need
- Safety Pins(optional)
- Paperclips (optional)