OLD RETIRED GUY FACES FEDERAL CHARGES OVER SELLING BLACK MARKET BLUE PILLS TO OTHER RETIREES
I spent years being fairly derisive about the idea of ever retiring to Florida, and living in a retirement community or even a semi-private cul-de-sac. And even though I’m now still navigating my introduction to my 5th decade, I still feel pretty snobby about the whole idea. But to be fair, I’m middle-aged and married. So having a social life, never mind a sex life, just isn’t something that ever seems to appear on the menu of the day, week, or month. But retirees? Single retirees? Evidently, living in one of those aged communities has a LOT to do with fun. Oh, and with getting it on. And on…. That’s how a 77-year-old man is accused of breaking a federal crime over a lot of little blue pills.
EVIDENTLY, THERE IS HUUUGE DEMAND FOR LITTLE BLUE PILL ERECTION HAPPY PILLS WITH FLORIDA RETIREES
So yes, it’s exactly what you think it means. In at least one Florida retirement community, erection enhancement pills have a, ah, large market demand. In other words, older men have enough opportunity to get it on with an older lady (presumably) that if the, ah, mood strikes, they want to be able to buy (illegal) pills normally used to treat erectile dysfunction. One buy one. So to meet that demand, there was the afore-mentioned septuagenarian, Reginald Kincer. Feds found at least $1,800 worth of off-brand ED pills in his house. It seems he got them without a prescription from a licensed doctor.
10 BUCKS A POP FOR LAST-MINUTE WRINKLED SEX FUN COULD BE OVER FOREVER
And that’s clearly a problem. But the feds also say that he go them with the intent to “distribute” them both inside and out of the state. That’s another problem. But The Villages, Florida community seems to have lost their quick get it upper fixer for some time. Even more if he is convicted and gets a year-long sentence in prison. What will an ornery trying to be horny old guy do, now that he can’t throw a quick ten bucks to get into the ripping and the tearing? And yes, you really should click on that link if you don’t know the reference.
Maybe retirement won’t have to be the death of me after all.