It seems everyone on this big, blue planet has a question about the little blue pill. Recently I’ve been receiving all kinds of questions about Viagra in my inbox. I work on the policy of “there is no such thing as a stupid question”, although some seem to be trying to prove that wrong. Anyway, I’m happy to hear your questions and even happier to answer them, so please, feel free to ask away.
Below I’ll go through a few of the questions I’ve received from Aussies this week about our favourite marketing success: Viagra.
Peter – Nathan, QLD.
“I’m 53 years old and recently gotten out of a long, loveless marriage. I’ve been using Viagra for the past 15 years, and as much as it helped, it couldn’t save the relationship. Now that I’m single again, I’m meeting a lot of different ladies, and I’d like to try using Viagra in a different way. Do you have any recommendations? I was thinking of crushing it up and mixing it with the lube.”
Crushing it up and putting it in lube is not a good idea. First of all, it won’t work like it’s supposed to. Secondly, the particles may irritate the genitals. If you’re taking Viagra, take it the right way. If you want something different, try Kamagra Oral Jelly, or Levitra (dissolves under the tongue).
Jackson – Adelaide, SA.
“My girlfriend and I met in high school, but she went to Uni in Melbourne and I stayed in Adelaide. So now that we’re both studying full-time, we don’t really have many chances to meet. When we do, we go all out. Last time she came to Adelaide she brought a Viagra pill with her that she got off her friend. We were drinking and messing around in my room and I decided, what the hell, I’ll take it – see what happens. It was completely unexpected. A sudden head-rush, my heart racing, sweating, my mind going a mile a minute. I hated it, it scared me and terrified her. It took a couple of hours to wear off and, of course, we never could have sex. So, what happened? Is this normal?”
You should check where her friend got that pill from. Unfortunately, some people in South East Asia sell counterfeit Viagra made from things like methamphetamine. It seems like maybe that’s what you took. You have to be really careful with that stuff. If you’d like to try again, maybe go to the GP and let him know what happened. If you can’t do that, try getting some legitimate Viagra or another ED treatment like Kamagra, which is easily available online.
Damo – near Port Arthur, TAS.
“I live in a really religious, small town in Tasmania. We have one GP. There’s no way I can get Viagra from him (he’s a family friend) – what can I do?”
I understand I grew up in a small town too. We had two doctors but damned if I’d go to them asking for Viagra. It’s way too embarrassing. I can’t recommend anything, but I’ll tell you what I did. I spent a couple of weeks researching online and made a list of all the online pharmacies in South Africa that would ship me some Viagra without a prescription. I looked into each one deeply, cut out all those who seemed to be based in Asia, pretending to be South African. Cut out all those with bad reviews. Picked only the best. In the end I had about four candidates on my list. I looked through their websites and found the one that spoke to me best in terms of delivery, cost, and just gut-feeling. Paid with PayPal, delivered express to my door. No mess, no fuss.