In Defense of Cialis

It's better than monkey ball cocktails:

"[T]he rise of endocrinology in the early twentieth century was accompanied by the enterprising attempting to use a variety of "scientific" therapies to restore masculine vigor. Hormone research led both quacks and scientists to implant monkey glands and goat testicles in some men and to carry out vasectomies on others (including Freud and Yeats) with the futile promise of "rejuvenation." The public appeared to be well aware of these practices. Novelists such as Arthur Conan Doyle and Italo Svevo noted the role of the ductless glands in bringing about "rejuvenation." In "You Can't Do What My Last Man Did" blues artist Ethel Waters sang about her new lover’s need for such assistance while bartenders concocted "monkey gland cocktails."