Pill poppin’ American Men celebrate
the Little Blue Pill Day
National Viagra Day is March 27
The little blue pill with life enhancing properties, or promises, has a special day
The Top 10 Prescription Drugs
In the United States, the Top Ten Prescription Drugs include Claritin, Lipitor, Prilosec, Amoxicillin and Prozac; 35 million people in 100 countries are on Prozac.
You are probably wondering: Are there National holidays for any of America’s Top Ten drugs?
Don’t bother checking your calendar. There are no jolly celebrations or festivals for mundane prescription drugs, except, of course Viagra. Yes, it’s true. March 27th is ‘Viagra Day’ all across America.
And, seriously, what exactly does that mean? You decide.
Then, riddle me this: Who would possibly be behind a vigorous promotion of sildenafil citrate? That little old drug maker: Pfizer
Interesting, Pfizer also makes a bunch of the Top Ten Drugs – however, there is not a single National holiday, or festive marketing campaign for Pfizer’s Lipitor or Celebrex. What’s up with that?
Important or Impotent? –You Decide
Now, you may think it’s ludicrous to celebrate a prescription drug with it’s own special day. Others may disagree. However, in America we seem to have a special day for everything. In the month of March, there are holidays to exult pecans, waffles, smoke and mirrors, and our favorite: National Multiple Personality Day.
March also fetes National Doctors Day
and Peanut Butter Lover’s day. Peanut Envy?
To pill or not to pill?
See Jack Nicholsen in “Somethings Got to Give”
and Al Pacino in “Stand Up Guys.” Hello!
Mae West said it best: “Between two evils, I always pick the one I’ve never tied before”