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I'm 62 years old and I have some erectile problems. I couldn't share my problems with anyone, even with my physician. Once, a friend of mine told me about Cialis. I tried to order a pack of cialis 60 x 40 mg. In a week the anticipated product came from overseas, I was so excited, like a child unpacking Christmas presents! Still being worried enough I summoned all my willpower and took a pill. I must admit, the sex was peerless! I speak on the behalf of my wife too, Cialis made us happy! This product reminded me how to enjoy a life to the full extent!

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Cialis Commercial

Everyone knows that pharmaceutical corporations are really rich, which results in at least one awesome thing: they can hire the best specialists, including marketing professionals that later come up with some of the most awesome TV commercials you can think of. Did Eli Lilly and Company manage to get one? In today’s article we will try to answer this question by remembering some of the most famous Cialis commercials you might have seen on TV – and can still see on YouTube any time you want to.

In fact, the people in the US probably don’t think that Cialis is the ED drug with the most hilarious commercials – what America sees are usually rather boring videos showing couples in their forties or fifties enjoying some everyday activities together, having fun, kissing, holding hands… In the meantime, the voice in the background is telling stuff about erectile dysfunction and BPH, how Cialis is used to treat these and how awesomely it works. However, you can’t help but get a WTF face when the same calm and assuring voice starts talking about the side effects of Cialis and the drugs that it can’t be used along with, yadda yadda yadda. We don’t know whether it was the company’s marketing intention or a requirement set by the authorities but… That 90-second commercial turns into a whole goddamn lecture on using Cialis! Not really exciting but it certainly gets the message through, without a doubt.

There has been a lot of controversy over one of Cialis commercials that Eli Lilly and Company decided to air during the Super Bowl 2004. Well, they probably did hit the right target audience and gave their new medication an awesome marketing campaign start but many parents had to do a lot of explaining to their children that night, that’s without a doubt. The manufacturer of Cialis is criticized for that decision up to this very day – but hey, that’s a free country that we live in, right? If the law allowed them to do it, then why the hell not do it?

As opposed to the ones aired in the United States, Cialis commercials in Canada have always been bringing a smile to the lips of the ones watching them. See, Canadian TV does not allow talking about the effect of ED meds openly, which is why all Viagra, Levitra and Cialis commercials aired to the north of the border are usually rich in suggestive innuendos that end up with slogans like, ‘Cialis. Ask your doctor’ or ‘Cialis lasts for up to 36 hours. Ask your doctor’. The slogans are usually preceded with very eloquent videos – like a mother giving her son awesome soundproof headphones as a gift or a father turning the rather annoying metal music up in his son’s bedroom… And have you seen that awesome Cialis commercial that was made to stress the extremely lasting effect of the pill? It shows a couple fixing stuff around the house that was obviously left unattended for a very long period of time – a turkey burnt to ashes in the oven, the front lawn turned into a puddle of mud by the sprinklers and so on. All very funny, there’s no denying that.

Still, what is clearly even funnier than the Canadian Cialis commercials is the stuff created by regular Internet users. There are lots of Cialis commercial spoofs that you can see on YouTube – and most of them mock the original nondescript video that TV watchers in the US are so familiar with. There are clips showing the same happy older couples enjoying their time together while the calm voice in the background lists the most serious side effects of Cialis. Some videos also laugh at the enormously long duration of effect of Cialis showing men walking the streets, fooling around with their spouses and even jogging with huge boners. Needless to say, such vids get men worrying – mostly in vain, because Cialis-induced erections don’t just come out of nowhere and always require proper sexual stimulation.

In fact, that very boring Cialis commercial even made it into the TV shows – animated TV series ‘South Park’ pretty popular among teens and young adults showed its own version with a slightly different background text. You can check it out on YouTube if you want to – we bet you’re going to like it.

All in all, the majority of Cialis TV commercials are probably inferior to those of other ED meds in terms of virus spreading potential but… Hey, after all, their main aim is to make you buy the med, not to make you laugh your butt off. This is what Eli Lilly and Company are really good at, for sure – right now Cialis is #2 two in the big triad of ED meds comprising itself, Viagra and Levitra. We don’t know whether such success is due to the outstanding features of Cialis or to the company’s marketing efforts but we’re more inclined to think that it’s the combination of both that made Cialis what it is now – an ED drug preferred by millions. Commercials or no commercials, it rocks and there’s simply no denying that.

Reviews

I didn't even know what Levitra was when my doctor first prescribed it to me. I mean, everyone knows Viagra and Levitra but Cialis? Anyway, I got 4 sample pills from the PA, popped one before bedtime and had the best sex in years! No bs, it really felt like I was young again but without premature ejaculation problems. These pills can keep me going for 30 minutes or even more, sometimes I'm even afraid I can get a heart attack or something from all that pumping :) Don't mean to whine though, it's waaaay better than I could imagine.

Kerry M., Tennessee