I love watching Gene Simmons' Family Jewels. I find the entire family to be entertaining and interesting, despite the fact that Gene is rather full of himself.

Nevertheless, he has been in the music industry and paid his dues over and over, and after seeing KISS in concert last September, I have to say they put on one hell of a show. They've also branched out into numerous ventures, placing their image on clothing, burial caskets, toothbrushes, etc. Now they're adding Gene's face to something different - condoms!

The new "Kiss Kondoms" put Gene Simmons on your Johnson, from his face to his famously long tongue running own the length. If this catches on, it could give "Kiss Army" a whole new meaning.

Believe it or not, this is actually the second generation of Kiss Kondoms -- the first just featured the band's image on the packaging.

While it's only Gene's face gracing these condoms now, Paul Stanley's chance is coming later this year.

The company behind the Kondoms, Graphic Armor, says it's the first time a full-color image has been stamped onto a regular latex condom. And since they say the condoms meet all FDA requirements and safety standards, they claim you can now "safely rock and roll all night and party every day."

They aren't cheap, though. For $7.99 you only get three of them, so you may want to wait for the right special moment so you can show off your accessory.

Personally, I think it's a great idea. For devoted KISS fans, it may just be the item on their list that they've been waiting for. For me, however, I think I'll probably save the extra money and have a nice, tall beer. KISS may be good, but this is one purchase I'll refrain from making.

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