Where do you get your condoms from, the Supermarket, Chemist? Well apparently if you are living in England, Monkeys Indian Takeaway in Wimbledon will provide this prophylactics with your Curry. Curry the new aphrodisiac?
The restaurant began to offer these ‘Pop-on-a-doms” after a JUST EAT survey showed that 64% of Britons said they think they get lucky more often after spending a night at home on the sofa. To me that’s really no surprise. You are in the comfort of your own home, the couch or bedroom is close and let’s face it, a lot might have to do with logistics. If you are out on a hot date at a restaurant, there is a certain level of planning involved to get from the restaurant table to the bedroom when you are mood. (And maybe a long journey home to loose that certain feeling). Maybe this is just a case of being spontaneous or just being lazy. (And maybe all the men out there after reading this are changing their dating behaviours from fancy restaurants to at home meals in the hope of getting lucky).
However, this is more than just easy distance to the couch. More than a third of the 2,000 adults surveyed said they are more likely to end up having sex if they don’t have the hassle of cooking and 14% have had sex between ordering a takeaway and it’s arrival (let’s hope they finished on time).
So could the answer to spicing things up be to spice things up? In a day where we are pushed for time and our sex lives are suffering, maybe a takeaway meal every so often could help free our times and energy for other tasks. Hint hint! It just goes to show, when it comes to sex sometimes we need to think out of the box and be a little creative and resourceful. And who knew Indian was the answer.