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Bread? Check. Milk? Check. Viagra? Checkity-check-check!

posted by Kelly Ann Collins on September 21, 2010 4:00 pm

If you're planning a romantic escape to Britian this winter, you can skip the oysters (and other aphrodisiac foods) at the grocery store -- and head straight to the medicine aisle.

UK supermarket chain Tesco plans to sell OTC Viagra pills, starting next week, at half the prescription price in 300 of its stores.

To get the Viagra, men 40 to 65 will be required to see a pharmacist, provide a brief medical history, and have their blood pressure, cholesterol levels tested.

The price? These little blue pills will cost lovestruck Brits £52 per packet, which converts to about $81 -- or about 10 bucks each.

About the same price as an arrangement of flowers. (Also available at Tesco.)


Did you know? Erectile dysfunction affects 15 to 30 million men in the United States.


posted by
9/22/10

Hmm, this seems more than a little inappropriate to me.


posted by
9/23/10

Why inappropriate?


posted by
9/23/10

Because it suggests that if you’re popping over to England you might want to stock up on Viagra (“you can skip the oysters (and other aphrodisiac foods) at the grocery store — and head straight to the medicine aisle”), which according to a story that Tres also linked, is an idea that carries health risks.


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