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Irish Viagra village causing excitement amongst residents

Sheetal Sukhija - Thursday 7th December, 2017

CORK, Ireland - For over two decades now, residents of a small Irish village have been affected by the Viagra manufacturing that takes place right in their backyard.

The Irish village, Ringaskiddy in Cork is where U.S. manufacturer Pfizer adds an active ingredient into the little blue pill.

Residents claim that there is “something in the air,” referring to the strange fumes emerging from the factory, that they claim is making them “stiff.”

Locals from the village shared their experienced after bosses of the company announced that the drug will be available for purchase over the counter.

According to one local woman quoted in The Sun, men in the area have not had “problems in that department” because beneficial fumes radiate through the town.

Another resident said in an interview, “One whiff and you’re stiff. We’ve been getting the love fumes for years now, for free.”

However, another resident claimed that it is not just men who have gained from the local factory, adding that even the dogs “walk around in a state of sexual excitement” because “Viagra must have got into the water supply.”

Adding, “I’m convinced that’s what happened at the very beginning before they were so closely regulated.”

Even social media users have expressed their envy, with some saying that they hope to go on their honeymoon within the village.

One Facebook user said, “Think I’ll move to Ringaskiddy.”

According to reports, in the late 1980s, Ringaskiddy experienced a baby boom after the production of Viagra commenced.

However, Pfizer said in a statement that the ‘Viagra’ in the air is nothing more than an ‘amusing’ myth.

Pfizer said in an interview, “Our manufacturing processes have always been highly sophisticated as well as highly regulated.”

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