Original Video: Dude Answers Bill Gates' Call to Build a Better Condom... And It Involves a Slingshot 03:03

In March, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation called on geeks around the world to build a better condom, and they offered a hefty rewards to anyone who could conquer the task- a $100,000 startup grant. While this may sound like the perfect setup for a joke, the Gates are dead serious, hoping this invention could prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS. But, that didn't stop creative viral video producers, like The Slingshot Channel's Jörg Sprave, from turning it into one. Introducing, the world's first condom applicator slingshot gun. Ouch! See what the hosts thought!

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