This summer, men across the nation were sent green with envy while watching Love Island.
It wasn’t just that the male contestants were sharing the company of beautiful women; it was that they were bragging about the size of their penises at the same time. The biggest culprit was Chris Hughes.
Despite the fact producers had stocked the villa with more than 2,000 prophylactics before the show started, Chris would later reveal that the protection didn’t quite suit his needs. The 22-year-old told The Sun: “They had to bring in some extra-large condoms for me. They gave them to me and I was like ‘okay hopefully these will work.’”
The claim was backed up by fellow contestant Olivia Attwood. She confirmed to the tabloid: “Chris and I had a condom issue. He didn’t fit into the normal Love Island condoms. They had to buy special ones in.”
It begs the question: when do well-endowed men need to invest in plus-size condoms?
Anyone thinking about undergoing penis enlargement surgery should know that standard-sized condoms generally cater to men who can fit into a width of 2 inches and a length of 7.9 inches. According to the Condom Learning Depot Center, ‘large’ condoms are only required when penis width falls between 2 and 2.1 inches.
Meanwhile, ‘extra-large’ condoms – the type used by Chris on Love Island – typically accommodate men with a penis width between 2.1 and 2.2 inches. In addition, XL condoms are designed to fit well-endowed men who are boasting up to 8.4 inches in length in the trouser department.
There are also ‘small’ condoms for men with a less than average penis size. This range is famously worn by singer Enrique Iglesias. Enrique – who was once offered £1m to be the face of ‘small’ condoms – has previously said: “I’d change my penis if I could. It’s way, way, way too small. I can never find extra-small condoms.”
Are you considering penis enlargement?
Anyone who’s set their sights on penis enlargement should know that different sized condoms are available to meet people’s needs and keep them safe in the bedroom. For more information on the procedure, get in touch with Moorgate Andrology.