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The Big "O" Pill

Maximize your enjoyment in minimal time frame.
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I read an article in the paper this past weekend about Pfizer, the folks who brought us Viagra, having developed an Orgasm Pill for women. The article stated that the pill was kind of like a blend of Viagra and MDMA. Now, I think everyone is entitled to their share of life's pleasures, but Ecstasy? Hey, why stop there? Why not encapsulate the entire experience in a compact, easy-to-take, portable pill form?

My suggestion is to add nicotine for that mellow afterglow without the danger of smoking in bed. Enjoy the full sexual experience without the muss and fuss! Save time and money! The ultimate do-it-yourself kit!

Canuck, Feb 01 2002

The Big O http://www.sfo.com/.../Montreal/index.htm
[mighty_cheese, Feb 01 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       Might sell better if they had a different person writing Ad Copy.
thumbwax, Feb 01 2002

       I thought that this was going to be a pill that turned you into Roy Orbison.
DrBob, Feb 01 2002

       [Canuck] is attempting to make himself redundant (assuming he *is* a he).
angel, Feb 01 2002

       Wait... this has nothing to do with the Montréal Expos, does it?
mighty_cheese, Feb 01 2002

       Uhhh, no, [mrthingy], I am not posting the orgasm pill as my idea. If you had bothered to read the second paragraph you would have noticed my idea - the nicotine thing-y. Now that I have re-read this it seems the witty, off-the-cuff remark I made to no-one in particular last weekend when I read the article was no more witty than the whole pill idea itself. Is this yet another [mfd]? (There goes my average!)
Canuck, Feb 03 2002


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