Saturday, September 19, 2009

Helping rats breed.

Sometimes we do see the most incredible headlines in our newspapers. After reading page 7 of today's Telegraph, I think I've seen it all. It reads '9 out of 10 rats prefer rub-on Viagra'. It seems that a new technique has been developed which minimises side effects by delivering drugs directly to the affected area using nanoparticles, which are smaller than the size of pollen grains. Researchers at Yeshiva University in New York have discovered this stunning information. A report of their work has been published online in the 'Jounal of Sexual Medicine'. One of the authors, Kevin P Davies (no relation) said "The response time to the nanoparticles was very short, which is basically what people want in an erectile dysfunction medication" I'm sure this post could be developed further, but its probably best to leave it there.


Anonymous said...

I think we've got enough Rats around, without encouraging them too breed!

Unfortunately, I think we will be seeing more of them in the near future, they will be wearing red rosettes

Anonymous said...

rub on viagra will only work if the person doing the rubbing is an attractive rat - same with blokes i guess

Run Rat Run ... Ran Rat Run ... said...

... anyone betting on how many rats, with or without a Viagra rub, are going to desert the Labour ship?