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When you don’t have a “Tent” pole it is always good to perscribe “Viagra”.

November 3, 2008 by  
Filed under Humor

A man fell asleep on the beach. He woke up several hours later and suffered a severe sunburn to his legs and was taken to the closest hospital, which happened to be a U.S. Naval Hospital.

His skin had turned a bright red and was very painful and had started to blister. Anything that touched his legs caused agony. The lead on the medical staff at the naval hospital, that night, was a Chief Corpsman, in the emergency room. The Chief checked him out and then prescribed continued intravenous feedings of water, electrolytes, a mild sedative, and Viagra.

Rather astounded, the 3rd class corpsman, who was with the Chief inquired, “What good will Viagra do him in that condition?”

The Chief replied, “It’ll keep the sheet off his legs.”

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One Response to “When you don’t have a “Tent” pole it is always good to perscribe “Viagra”.”
  1. Frank says:

    A man, visiting his elderly father in the convelescent home, was surprised when the old man said, “they feed me well, bathe me, and at bedtime, they give me Viagra.” The visitor asked his nurse about this, thinking his dad had mispronounced one of his medications. The nurse replied, “Oh yes, we feed Viagra to all the elderly men here. It keeps them from rolling out of bed at night!”