Viagra In An Irish Water Supply

Samuel Reason | September 17th, 2019

Most of the world’s Viagra is produced in a small village in Ireland, so much so that it is even nicknamed Viagra Falls. The Pfizer drug is helping millions of men with being impotent, all created in a small village in Ringaskiddy in County Cork. Every year they made over 45 tons of the little magical pills. And the fact is that the drug is so potent, locals believe that the area is tainted with the drug.

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Many believe the vapors of the drugs manufacturing in the factory have turned the air into an aphrodisiac. There is even a film called Holy Water which is made on the premise that the water is causing the same sort of effects as viagra. And one local called Christine Davies who works in a bar has gone on record to say the men in the area are like none other. They are all more frisky than any other area of the country.

This has led to people to start to talk about the potential of setting up a honeymoon business in Ringaskiddy. There are indeed babies everywhere, the urban myth is that anyone who goes to work at the Pfizer factory will see their wife give birth to quadruplets near immediately. Another theory is because the region is usually very windy and they are grinding tablets all day, that there is a certain amount of the medication in the air at all times.

While it is true the little village’s population increased like rabbits when the factory was built, it could have been simply due to creating new jobs and attracting a younger generation to the village. Of course, the company was quick to dispute any of these concerns, advising that everything was done in accord with the supervision of the strictest Irish Environmental Protection Agency’s rules. And that any emission was impossible.

Oddly enough Ireland is not only the biggest exporter of Viagra they also make the world’s supply of Botox in Westport, County Mayo. So they are the Viagra and Botox capital of the world, who would have thought!

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