Is it just me or has everyone's spam box become completely inundated with erections and an obsession to please your other half? I must get at least 30 emails every day trying to sell me Viagra and various other pleasurable accessories including "Make it Grow" kits and "Massage gently" oils, not to mention "How to please your partner" instruction manuals and "Is it hard enough?" rulers. It's never ending. I was once told there is a way to stop all these emails but to tell you the truth, they cheer me up at 8.30 in the morning. As I sit here choking on my tea and toast I am greeted by Sandra's remedies and Peter's potions. It gives me food for thought at least.
I tend not to open any of them however. The ones I have had a sneaky peak at have been insisting I, or my partner, should send off for Viagra straight away. The delete button gets pressed quite swiftly. No point reading it really, we are both on daily medication as it is and Viagra would no doubt interfere with our compulsory drugs. Apart from which, it takes his head to be hanging off before the farmer will entertain two paracetamol so I doubt I would have much chance with a couple of Viagra.
I wonder about the people who do actually open these emails and read them. Then place their order for a more fulfilling life. I know some (not personally) who could do with a boost and I think it might be less embarrassing ordering them off the internet than popping to the doctor's to discuss your man-servant. All these accessories must work for some and I suppose others just find them a bit of fun. But on the whole, even though some of the subject titles of these emails can quite often be rather offensive, I just smile to myself and think "one day, I might be glad of you."