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Irish town gets horny off of Viagra factory fumes

There’s a lot of things you have to worry about in the air, like carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, but one town in Ireland is embracing a certain air-borne pollutant: Viagra. As The Times of London, reported, Ringaskiddy residents believe that Viagra wafts through the air thanks to the Pfizer...
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