Can Taking Viagra Reduce Stress and Improve Performance in Manual Tasks?

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In summary, a group of people in a forum are discussing their disappointment with a thread and their tendency to get excited and then disappointed. One person mentions taking Viagra before doing "manual work."
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Hopefully not :rolleyes:
 
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arildno said:
Hopefully not :rolleyes:

people in this forum must be getting really really bored...
 
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arildno said:
Hopefully not :rolleyes:
No, please say it's not the last time...we haven't even had our first. :frown:
 
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Gale17:
Well, so you got disappointed with this thread as well, then?
 
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arildno said:
Gale17:
Well, so you got disappointed with this thread as well, then?

hrm... maybe i ought stop getting my hopes up then eh? last time i did that, i was also dissapointed... i guess this is the last time i'll do that. no more getting excited for me... mk, this is the last time i'll say last time though i guess i just said it anyways, so now this is really the last time even though i said last time was the last time this time, I'm for real...
 
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Well,with Viagra (et al.),there's no such thing as last time :-p

Daniel.
 
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dextercioby said:
Well,with Viagra (et at.),there's no such thing as last time :-p

Daniel.
It sounds so cool to have to take a pill just before doing some manual work.
 

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