What is "Cialis"? and why do I need it?

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dr wogz

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In keepin with 'off topic' threads (I love this place!!)

Along with the daily spam onslaught for assorted 'crap', I find that this 'Cialis' stuff is pushed as far and as fast (and as diviently) as other stuff, namely the 'male' enhancements.

What is this Cialis? what is it for? And why do I need it?

Tried a search, but all I get are 'online pharmacies' (usually from this country, selling to your country) and no real description of said 'drug'

anyone?
 

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Keeping it clean...

It does what Viagra does, only it works for about 36 hours, and, from what I've read, it's more of a "gives you what you need when you need it".

Does that help? :D

Mike
 

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And if it works too good, you gotta seek medical attention immediately. :D
 

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:: pulls own inappropriate post::
 

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Great, thanks guys!

that explains why I'm getting them one after an other.... and they all come like "C$a&li$" & such...

Are these items really that effective / sought after? That they (the marketeers) neeed to disguise it and flood your 'in box' with it?



Moderator, please close thread..
 

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It's not that it's "sought after" or "required" so much as it is that there is a lot of money to be made on it in the black market. It's regulated here in the US by the FDA, and it requires a prescription.

If you buy it on the black market, you can get it without a prescription (and violate US law in the process). Saves some people the hassle/embarassment of going to the doc to get it, or being told "no" by a doc who knows it's not really needed or healthy.

WW

edit: a recent report showed that the vast majority of those disguised spam e-mails don't actually lead to anywhere you can buy it - it's just a scheme to get you to click on their link, validate that you have a real address (so they can spam you even harder) and get them their "click through" money from the real providers.
 

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Anyone can get it from their doctor if they ask for it.

Really.

Even if you're in your early 20's. Or not in thier "typical" age group.

Think about it - how is your doctor going to prove that you're lying when you explain your reasons why you need the product?

Think about it. It would be such an embarrassing situation that your doctor would prescribe it.

(Do I sound like I'm speaking from experience here?)

And, *yes*, I endorse this and one other related product. I *know* that my wife does too. :p
 

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Originally posted by Fore Check


Think about it. It would be such an embarrassing situation that your doctor would prescribe it.

(Do I sound like I'm speaking from experience here?)

And, *yes*, I endorse this and one other related product. I *know* that my wife does too. :p


T.M.I.
 

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Why would you want what Viagra does for 36 hours?!?! That sounds very uncomfortable.


*immature laugh*
 

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* pulls out lead 2X4 and proceeds to hit self in head with it *

Must.. get.. TMI.. out..

Harm none,

ResearchWorm
 

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Originally posted by rstaff3
And if it works too god, you gotta seek medical attention immediately. :D
While that is true, and the "fix" is often slightly surgical and very painful, it's pretty obvious that they're using that as a selling point rather than a warning. If they were only giving that as a warning it'd be

(inamonotonevoicesaidrealfastsothatyoucouldn'tunderstandit).
 

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Originally posted by Fore Check

And, *yes*, I endorse this and one other related product. I *know* that my wife does too. :p
Man, I am so fighting the urge to request pics like I do with every other thread...
 

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Originally posted by Loopy
Man, I am so fighting the urge to request pics like I do with every other thread...
Loopy, we all thank you for resisting.
 

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Originally posted by Ozymandias
Why would you want what Viagra does for 36 hours?!?! That sounds very uncomfortable.
Well, that was what I was trying to, ahem, delicately clarify. :D

Viagra turns the system on for a while. It takes a little while for this to occur after taking it, so it does require some planning ahead.

Cialis makes it easier for the system to be turned on, for 36 hours.

Hence, Cialis's advertising campaign, which espouse the ability to be spontaneous and "take advantage of the right moment."
 
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