Scientists enjoying irony of baldness cure causing sexual problems
Concerns that anti-baldness drug Propecia may cause sexual problems such as impotence have been described as ‘hilarious’ by scientists.
‘Who says science doesn’t do irony?’ asked Professor Max Armstrong, leader of the development team. Laughing uncontrollably, the researcher explained ‘I’ve waited all my life for this. The thought of some slaphead shelling out thousands to grow his hair back, then the minute he’s able to pull the women again, he can’t get it up any more? Priceless!’
Professor Armstrong is now addressing the problems of newly hirsute men with a heavily funded project to develop a new impotence cure, which has the side effects of severe acne, and unmanageable halitosis.
Posted: Dec 21st, 2010 by Guest
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