Viagra. That one word packs a lot of punch. Let's face it; there is little that has been derided more than Viagra. On talk shows, it has been butt of more jokes than Michael Jackson and Saddam Hussein combined. For example:
(OK, OK. I admit I was going to share an example or two, but I couldn't find any clean enough to pass my censor's well-trained eyes.)
Of course, if you are not laughing yet from jokes you could imagine I might have told, it may be because you are so fed up of receiving offers for Viagra in your email inbox, right up there with prospect of enhancing body parts you didn't even know you owned. In fact, you may even be convinced that spam was invented just to deliver Viagra industry's message to your personal desktop.
Can anything good come from Viagra?
As a matter of fact, yes. Scientists have actually found a benefit from Viagra (No, I am not talking about experimenting in their labs.) Apparently Viagra is good for environment.
It took a lot of work and several failed attempts to reach this conclusion. First, scientists tried to use Viagra as an additive to revive lakes that were dying from acid rain. Unfortunately, it raised lake's body temperature and fried fish.
Then they tried using Viagra to replace polluting dry cleaner chemicals, but clothes came back too rigid to wear: "Hey, how come my fleece isn't soft anymore?" "I thought I told you not to starch my collars." "Ouch!"
The researchers tried feeding Viagra to swine, cattle, and chickens, hoping to replace feed sources that now consume vast areas of land. However, farm animals wouldn't touch stuff. The cockroaches, however, found it energizing, and before long there were very few barns left.
Next they decided to see if Viagra could be used as a low-polluting fuel to heat homes in winter. That option looked promising ... until airplanes started hitting rising chimney stacks. Oops. Then scientists tried offering Viagra to all taxi drivers who insisted on idling their polluting engines between fares. Unfortunately, it seems that most cab drivers preferred idling to anything Viagra could do for them (which may explain way they drive.)