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    ... From: PAUL HENAULT Sent: Tuesday, April 25, 2006 5:13 PM To: Group Subject: PHIZER CORP NEW PRODUCT OK this is a little scandalous but hilarious at the
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      From: PAUL HENAULT
      Sent: Tuesday, April 25, 2006 5:13 PM
      To: Group
      Subject: PHIZER CORP NEW PRODUCT

      OK this is a little scandalous but hilarious at the same time.

      In Pharmacology, all drugs have two names, a trade name and generic name.
      For example, the trade name of Tylenol also has a generic name of
      Acetaminophen. Aleve is also called Naproxen. Amoxil is also call
      Amoxicillin and Advil is also called Ibuprofen.

      The FDA has been looking for a generic name for Viagra. After careful
      consideration by a team of government experts, it recently announced that
      it has settled on the generic name of Mycoxafloppin. Also considered were
      Mycoxafailin, Mydixadrupin, Mydixarizin, Dixafix, and of course, Ibepokin.

      Pfizer Corp. announced today that Viagra will soon be available in liquid
      form, and will be marketed by Pepsi Cola as a power beverage suitable for
      use as a mixer. It will now be possible for a man to literally pour himself
      a stiff one. Obviously we can no longer call this a soft drink, and it
      gives new meaning to the names of "cocktails", "highballs" and just a good
      old-fashioned "stiff drink." Pepsi will market the new concoction by the
      name of: "MOUNT & DO"

      Thought for the day: There is more money being spent on breast implants and
      Viagra today than on Alzheimer's research. This means that by 2040, there
      should be a large elderly population with perky boobs and huge erections
      and absolutely no recollection of what to do with them.

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