Yes, we know, what the actual f**k?
Residents in Co. Cork have claimed that they are experiencing... side effects from a nearby viagra factory - writes buzz.ie.
According to The Times of London , the drug was produced in the area of Ringaskiddy in 1988.
A woman, who works at the Ferry Boat Inn, said: ''one whiff and you're stiff''. LOL.
Her mother, Sadie, said:
''We’ve been getting the love fumes for years now for free.
''It’s amazing the number of people who come to this village, perhaps out of curiosity, and then never leave''.
Some spoke to the paper and said that the small village had experienced a baby boom after production of the erectile dysfunction drug began locally in 1998.
However, despite the comedic side to it all and these strong believers, a Pfizer spokeswoman claimed that it was just a myth:
''Our manufacturing processes have always been highly sophisticated as well as highly regulated''.
Damn, what a pity!
The town itself has inspired jokes aplenty and a highly-regarded filmHoly Water- a comedy about the theft of a viagra lorry. The robbers then dump their load into the water, which turns the village into a sex-crazy and sex-obsessed town.
Perhaps it isn't a myth, perhaps it is. But it certainly makes this little Cork town much more appealing.
Who's up for a trip?
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