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Boots To Sell Viagra Over The Counter

Monday, February 12th, 2007 at 13:25 by Matt Rhodes

What are you planning for Valentines Day chaps? A nice romantic meal somewhere or perhaps just an intimate night in at home? Or will your entire day be ruined because of problems in your special place?

Don’t panic, because help is at hand! From the 14th February Boots the chemists are launching a trial run on over the counter Viagra. And you thought asking for a packet of condoms was embarrassing…

The trial starts in 3 Manchester stores for men aged between 30 and 65. After a consultation and some basic medical tests you can cough up £50 for 4 tablets and Bob’s your Uncle, Valentines Day could go off with a bang.

If you want some more however, a trip to your GP is on the cards.

Boots hope that offering the little blue tablet of joy without a prescription will help to raise the number of men being treated for impotence in the UK. The high street chain say that only 10% of 3 million sufferers of erectile dysfunction are seeking help. They also see it as a good way of monitoring men’s health problems as the condition can also be an indication of a more serious illness.

They’re stocking up to meet the expected high demand, although problems in one branch, where a batch of contact lens solution was contaminated by pills accidentally delivered to the opticians department, may lead to an increase in the number of Manchester residents who look hard.

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One Comment on “Boots To Sell Viagra Over The Counter”

  1. theo Says:

    12.50 for another interminable roll in the lumpy bed with my long suffering wife. last time i caught her looking wistfully out of the window ..at a bird. her eyes were clapped on some tit bobbing about while i was gently caressing her aged breasts. Love or the act of love at a certain age..its only pleasure is ending the farce and rolling over to the teas-maid. At 12.50 its an expensive cuppa.

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