Due to a Lack of 12-Year-Olds to Run This By, EY Israel Totally Missed the Double Entendre In This Brochure

*snort*

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You can’t make this up!

I don’t know if a double entendre was intended, but it definitely raises questions.
Some have been commenting, why can’t there be penetration and protection?

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  1. Remember when ernst and young changed its name to EY? When you googled it, the page was a gay porn site. They had to pay millions to get the site!

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