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Saturday, March 24, 2021

Among the many disclaimers for taking Viagra, isn’t one of them, “should not take if deceased”?

Perhaps that would dissuade Chinese worshippers from buying paper replicas of the purple pill, for the purposes of burning them for their deceased relatives’ use:

The [Nanjing] Morning News reporters, on a tour of the city in advance of the Grave-Sweeping Festival next month, found paper laptop computers and mobile phones, credit cards, travelers’ checks, and passports.

But money is nothing without life’s — and death’s — little pleasures. “At one suburban graveyard, they found call girls, condoms, and Viagra.”

The afterlife sounds as hectic as this mortal coil. And I’m sure the dead could do without spiritual erectile dysfunction.

by Costa Tsiokos, Sat 03/24/2007 03:43:31 PM
Category: Society, Creative
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    Comment by Anonymous — 03/30/2007 @ 06:43:38 PM

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