What is it about Cialis commercials that makes me want to pull my hair out and smash the television set with a hammer? Is it because they are aired 5 times every hour on every station? Is it because the male actor talks about erectile dysfunction with a hearty grin? “Hey, look I want the whole world to know my penis is inoperative and I am elevated with glee cuz I got a little pill that will fix it!” Is it that salacious little ditty that plays in the background of those bizarre quasi-sexual-seduction scenes? First he inadvertently, I don’t know, turns the sink into a fire hydrant while awkwardly fumbling in pursuit of a nooner? Then in a floundering embrace they both laugh. Then rather than carrying on right there in the kitchen they decide to pack a picnic basket and sit in the middle of a wheat field. Because that is what you do when you’re randy, delay that moment, in fact you can delay it long enough to run plumbing into a field and install 2 antique bath tubs so you can bathe separately and hold hands while the sun sets. Yeah, that’s amore’. Why are they always in separate bath tubs holding hands?
I think what really troubles me is the false sense of security this pill gives middle aged married women who actually believe most men are secure enough to handle the concept that they can’t get it up and will happily take a drug in order to satisfy someone else, when what actually happens 90 percent of the time in real life is best demonstrated on this video:
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