Special QR code condoms allow users to mark their lucky spots

We all know by now that condoms prevent all sorts of unwanted diseases and pregnancies. A new program is making the rounds that uses specially marked condoms to allow users to check in and post a location when they're having safe "relations" using a QR code on the package. The program posts locations to Wheredidyouwearit.com and apparently is sponsored by Planned Parenthood.

Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest handed out 55,000 of the condoms at colleges and universities in Washington State. They were handed out to celebrate National Condom Week, and as you might expect the special condoms got around. While they were handed out only on the West Coast, check-ins have occurred all the way over on the East Coast and in all but two states.

The site goes so far as to offer the users the ability to rate their activity with things such as "The Safe Sex Was"... The choices include "Ah-maz-ing – Rainbows exploded and mountains trembled," to "Things can only improve from here." The only downside I can see to this is if a check-in happens to be at your girlfriend's house and you didn't make it.

[via NY Daily News]