get some ink in your pen with Viagra

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Is that a pen in your pocket, or...

Is that a pen in your pocket, or…

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Simon in Elephant and Castle writes:

In AMT299 you spoke of a Rohypnol tea towel, and Olly mentioned medical trade shows. As the child of a medical professional our home was often filled with promotional tat from conferences my mother attended, including two Viagra pens.

My mother used to crack out one of these pens (the more chunky one as I remember) to sign cheques with when doing the weekly shop, something that caused great embarrassment to my elder sister. My mother found this hilarious, and at the time I thought it was because of the branding of the pen, but now looking back I can only think she chose this pen on purpose, as there is nothing funnier than an embarrassed teen.

That is true! Do you have your own surefire technique for making your teenage offspring cringe – or have you been the teenage victim of a parent’s mischievous mortification? Please let us know in the comments. In a few short years, I’ll be the aunt of teenagers, and I want to be fully prepared.

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One Response to “get some ink in your pen with Viagra”

  1. Alex Says:

    The source of most of my teenaged embarrassment was my father who was usually clad in a grubby t-shirt, shorts, sandals and (you guessed it!) tube socks. Were that it, it would have been enough. However, he often danced in places like the grocery store and gas stations. Again, had this been it, it would have been enough. His dance moves looked like someone who had taken a lot of quaaludes and then joined a mosh pit.

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