VIAGRA POLL

#1
In Pharmacology, all drugs have two names; a Trade name and a Generic name.

For example, the Trade name of Tylenol has a Generic name of Acetaminophen. The drug Aleve is also called Naproxen. Amoxil is also called Amoxicillin and finally Advil is also called Ibuprofen.

The FDA is looking for a Generic name for Viagra and there has been a short-list drawn up by the US Government. From the following list which name do the RR readers think is the most appropriate:-

Mycoxaflopin
Mycoxafailin
Mydixadrupin
Mydixarisin
Dixafix
Ibepokin

Pfizer also announced yesterday that it has entered a joint-venture with Pepsi Cola to market Viagra as a liquid power beverage suitable as a mixer. It will now be possible for a man to literally pour himself a stiff-one. Obviously this can no longer be classed as a soft-dink and Pepsi will market it under the Trade name of 'Mount and Do'.

It was also confirmed today that there is more money now being spent on breast implants and Viagra than on Alzheimer's research. This means that by 2040, there will be a large elderly population with perky boobs and huge erections but with absolutely no recollection of what to do with them.
 

FlagWagger

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#3
Bergen said:
In Pharmacology, all drugs have two names; a Trade name and a Generic name.

For example, the Trade name of Tylenol has a Generic name of Acetaminophen. The drug Aleve is also called Naproxen. Amoxil is also called Amoxicillin and finally Advil is also called Ibuprofen.

The FDA is looking for a Generic name for Viagra and there has been a short-list drawn up by the US Government. From the following list which name do the RR readers think is the most appropriate:-

Mycoxaflopin
Mycoxafailin
Mydixadrupin
Mydixarisin
Dixafix
Ibepokin

Pfizer also announced yesterday that it has entered a joint-venture with Pepsi Cola to market Viagra as a liquid power beverage suitable as a mixer. It will now be possible for a man to literally pour himself a stiff-one. Obviously this can no longer be classed as a soft-dink and Pepsi will market it under the Trade name of 'Mount and Do'.

It was also confirmed today that there is more money now being spent on breast implants and Viagra than on Alzheimer's research. This means that by 2040, there will be a large elderly population with perky boobs and huge erections but with absolutely no recollection of what to do with them.
And for women, there's a drug corresponding to Viagra that increases the female sex drive and the physical effects of arousal - soon to be marketed as Niagra :)
 
#9
Viagra saved a baby's life I heard in the news recently. Something to do with helping the baby's blood flow.

Any other uses of Viagra other than what it's supposed to be used for?
 
#12
Old_Bill said:
I know someone who's wife uses it as a birth control pill. She clamps it firmly between her knees!

I knew a matelot who used it as a birth control pill. Put one in his shoe and it made him limp.

The Royal Navy is developing a lip-balm that includes Viagra to help Jack keep a stiff upper lip.

Or the Royal Marine who overdosed on Viagra; his wife died 3 days later.

Or the old retired stoker who bought a single Viagra and cut it into four pieces. He didn't want it for sex, just needed his dick to stick out a little further to stop him p*ssing on his slippers.
 
#13
SpliceTheMainbrace said:
Viagra saved a baby's life I heard in the news recently. Something to do with helping the baby's blood flow.

Any other uses of Viagra other than what it's supposed to be used for?
Viagra's been in the paediatric BNF for ages. The drug was originally developed to help angina sufferers, but has other uses because of how it makes blood vessels relax. It saving the baby's life is a bit of hype really, because the drug's always been used that way.
 

sgtpepperband

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#14
snapdragon said:
SpliceTheMainbrace said:
Viagra saved a baby's life I heard in the news recently. Something to do with helping the baby's blood flow.

Any other uses of Viagra other than what it's supposed to be used for?
Viagra's been in the paediatric BNF for ages. The drug was originally developed to help angina sufferers, but has other uses because of how it makes blood vessels relax. It saving the baby's life is a bit of hype really, because the drug's always been used that way.
Premature baby brought back from the dead by Viagra
 
#15
snapdragon said:
Viagra's been in the paediatric BNF for ages. The drug was originally developed to help angina sufferers, but has other uses because of how it makes blood vessels relax. It saving the baby's life is a bit of hype really, because the drug's always been used that way.
It's always the way Snapdragon,

Someone invents something useful but eventually, some bloke somewhere in the world will have found a better use for it!

Viagra, Socks, Videos, Virtual Reality headsets, Bubblewrap (no, really - I knew someone who did)
 
#19
snapdragon said:
Sorry, missed the point of your post before last. What did someone you know do with bubble wrap?
He reckoned it added a "cushioning" effect and also involved seeing if he could pop the bubbles at the same time.
 
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