You had me at "though rare"
After watching the Super Bowl, all of the Daytona Speedweeks coverage and the Rockingham NASCAR race this week, I have come to the conclusion that there is a war for the penis of America.
The combatants are Viagra, Levitra and Cialis. Viagra has had America's boner firmly in it's back pocket for quite some time. But now there are two new kids on the block that want to pump you up.
Levitra has been bombarding the airwaves with Mike Ditka screaming some crap about keeping in the game, like he has. I don't want to think about Mike Ditka's willy. While I am glad that Speedweeks was brought to me by Levitra, I am in no way convinced these spots made anyone want to see their doctor. Well, maybe the "Da Bears" guys.
Cialis, on the other hand, has the promise of four hour wood. They actually toss this off as one of the "bad" side effects. The 36 hour time frame and the happy husbands literally dragging their wives off for some caveman lovin' also are big pluses for these pills. There is a small caveat listed on screen for a couple of seconds letting you know that "multiple attempts per dose" have not been tested. Suggesting that maybe you could test it for them, if it isn't too much trouble.
Viagra, feeling limp with this new competition, has countered with a new campaign featuring suburbanites celebrating to Queen's "We are the Champions." It looks as though the city's water supply has been dosed with the little blue tablets. The entire freaking subdivision is out running and screaming and dancing. Actually, it is just the guys. I guess that the implication is that all of their wives are back inside their homes, recuperating from the fucking of a lifetime. They do throw in one woman at the end, but it seems an afterthought.
The good people at Pfizer do sponsor a race car, so I am going to have to give Viagra the lead, for now. But Cialis is coming up fast.
Of course, if you have erectile dysfunction, but don't want to take medication, you could get one of these.