For the past two decades or so, it's been no secret that the Olympics (outside of being the pinnacle of competition in athletics) are basically a giant orgy.
Think about it. Its a gathering of peak human specimens, who, aside from competing a small percentage of the time they are together, are basically just all hanging out waiting to bang.
Luckily, with the 2018 Winter Games starting on Thursday, a South Korean condom producer is stepping up to donate 100,000 of its latex rubbers to the athletes' village, while the Korean Association for AIDS Prevention will reportedly furnish another 10,000. That's a lot of latex!
It will be the most ever made available at a Winter Games, although the number falls short of the 450,000 distributed during the larger 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.
Coverage of the 2018 Winter Games begins tomorrow at 8pm on NBC, with the Opening Ceremony happening Feb 9th.