Celebrity Gogglebox stars cringing over awkward condom sizing segment
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Celebrity Gogglebox stars were left cringing over a hilariously awkward condom segment.
Earlier this week, on Steph’s Packed Lunch with host Steph McGovern, the famous couch guests were casually treated to an explainer session about the size of their manhood.
The host explained that STIs have risen as ‘9 in 10 men are buying and wearing the wrong size’ condom.
"There are various ways of measuring. One is length," the on-screen expert explained, while using an adult sex toy to demonstrate.
"You can use a piece of string or a bit of tape, looking from above with an erection, press the string into the base and measure along."
The condom masterclass was proving an uncomfortable watch amongst some of the celebrities, as Fearne Cotton said: "It’s just too much!"
"So, you’ve gotta get an erection and then get a little bit of string out?"
"Oh my God, who’s gonna do this?" questioned Lucy Beaumont.
"This is ridiculous!" Jon Richardson added.
The expert then used the word 'girth' to explain the second method, which some on the couch called 'the worst word ever'.
He suggested that getting a calculator out could help with figuring out the overall size of your ding dong.
The celebs were completely miffed, as Zoe Ball said: "No one is gonna do this."
Bursting into laughter, Roman Kemp added: "Hang on, so I’m standing there with my k**b out, a piece of string, and then a calculator…"
"F**k me, you need a f***ing A-level to get a packet of jonnies," Shaun Ryder said.
Meanwhile, Micah Richards complained that condom sizes are simply 'too small' these days.
"I'm not going to lie, I have a problem because the condoms they are making now, they're too small," he said while sharing a giggle with ex-Liverpool legend Carra.
Jon Richardson also argued that condom companies should be more considerate with the labelling of their products.
"They shouldn't put 'small', 'medium' and 'large' 'cos it makes men feel insecure, so it should be like 'fun size'," he said.
His couch partner Beaumont suggested 'pocket rocket' as a possible substitute.
"Yeah, 'what size condom do you want?' I would like 'it's what you do with it that counts please'," the comedian joked.