The faq page at the site for Lady-Vi Cream has a wealth of information. Answers to questions like, “What is an Orgasm?” and tutorials, such as “How A Woman Achieves Orgasm” could make the whole “birds and the bees” conversation obsolete!

I’d like to explode their web site.

I visited the site for The Nobel Prize in Physiology for Medicine for 1998 and found no mention of Lady-Vi, creams, orgasms, or … well … anything about mass-marketed, Jerry Springer-esque, sex-enhancing products. Maybe Lady-Vi should reconsider how they associate themselves with the Nobel Foundation. They should also reconsider their use of explode as an imperative. “Explode your sex life!” I’d like to explode their web site. I’d like to explode their spam-sending eMail administrators who sent me the link to their site in the first place. Explode. Why don’t I just impact them? Supposably that’s what I axed for. Morons.

They even have the audacity to write, “Please no mail bombs, legit removal,” in their message. Are they trying to imply that this mass-spamming is a respectable, reputable form of advertising? Mail and tell them their spam is annoying. Tell them to stop mass eMailing. Tell them anything. But please be rude about it.

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