Friday, October 19, 2007

Senses

First it makes you go blind.

Then it makes you go deaf.

Is getting laid really worth it?

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes

Ed said...

Reading's overrated.

Matt M said...

Yes.

You can't see or hear, but you can feel. When your best friend in the whole world will not stand up for you anymore, it is a sad time.

Not that I am at that stage, yet. There are some difficult choices to be made in the future, though.

Babs RN said...

Okay. Lemmee get this straight. Not that it's any shocker or anything, but you fellas find it preferable to live a Helen Keller-like existence (which could mean at the least having to move into an assisted living environment or possibly under 24 hour care, but you could never work again, you could never be productive, You could never be independent, and you could never interact with your environment in any kind of meaningful way...just so the pecker will rise? At that stage of the game, where's it gonna go once it does?

Good god.

DW said...

Lets see, I'm thinkin' the eye's were squited shut and the hearing was disturbed by some chick screaming at the old dude to "stop already, your'e wearing a blister!"
Maybe?

Anonymous said...

yes worth it.

911DOC said...

yes, oh, oh, oh, yes.

Evolving Amygdala Man said...

Our concerned and enlightened simeon heroine wonders if the phosphodiesterase inhibitor taketh when we cometh effect is worth the long, hard day's journey into night...

But wait.....there's more

we can have our cake and eat it, too.

The evidence is that the dire consequence of blindness and deafness is the ying yang of this drug with an elevated existence. The rise of the Phoenix is associated with a fall in perfusion to the very peripheral sensory organs that heighten our experience, due to drops in blood pressure to them after our satisfaction has already come and gone.

The remedy?

Keep your head down, my friends.

Dr. Friedrich Trendelenburg was truly a head of his time....

WhiteCoat said...

Gee, how long you think it will take for the FDA to take Viagra off the market? It kills ya if you take it with nitroglycerin and it whacks two of the five senses.
Why couldn't it affect smell instead of vision, anyway? I haven't tried it, but I imagine it would be difficult to get a woody using only smell, taste and touch.

SeaSpray said...

Hard thing to give up!

I think guys would probably figure the side effects won't happen to them.

Roberta X said...

This is wrong of me, but -- umm, look, men don't really need to see or hear to be useful to me in that way, okay?

Hey, they'd do as much for us! Or worse.