Tara Green
E.D. Meds

boys will be boys


New member
Nov 1, 2002
Found this on Yahoo News.

Stiff Discipline After Schoolboys' Viagra Prank

LONDON (Reuters) - Six British schoolboys were rushed to hospital after taking the erection-enhancing drug Viagra at lunchtime for a dare, the school said on Thursday.

Forest School in Winnersh, southern England said paramedics were called after a fellow student told teachers about the 13-year-olds' prank.

"It is believed that a pupil brought the tablets in from home into the all-boys school and shared them with five friends," the local education authority said in a statement.

The Sun newspaper quoted a source at the school as saying: "By the time the afternoon lessons began, there was no hiding what they had done."

Paramedics took the six squirming boys to the nearby Royal Berkshire Hospital, where they were monitored until the effects wore off.

"The school has a strict no drugs policy and a pupil will be temporarily excluded for actions which placed other pupils at risk," the education authority added.


Hard Throbbing Member
Nov 12, 2002
I have always imagined a future apocalypstic scenario where all erection-enhancing drugs were illegal and gangs of old men were roving the mean slummy streets and dealing and killing each other over the underground Viagra trade.


New member
Aug 17, 2003
"By the time the afternoon lessons began, there was no hiding what they had done."

At least from what I've read, this is not accurate.

Viagra doesn't cause an instant huge erection, nor does it make one horny. What it does is to make it more difficult for an already present erection from going down.

If Viagra did cause a permament erection, this would actually be a serious problem. This is known as "priapism", and after a number of hours it can cause permanent damage.

The viagra the boys were taking probably actually made them ill, it would have a number of negative effects if taken in too large a dose, as would be likely with the relatively low body weight of the 13 year old boys taking it.

The article is trying to imply that they had a number of uncontrollably horny boys going about with massive erections due to the viagra, which is highly unlikely.


Engorged Member
Jun 21, 2003
when i was 13, i was an uncontrollably horny boy... and if some buddies and i were gonna pop some "super sex pill" then i probably would've been pretty excited (emotionally & physically) about it! so maybe the implication isn't as far-fetched as you assert.

having said that, i still agree with you.

re-reading the article, imagining "sore tummies" being the only outcome of their escapade, rings true. the writer makes a lot of implications without actually saying anything. yes, the intent seems to be to suggest a bunch of boys wandering around class all day with erections.

one could imagine the journalist, being sensitive to the public, masking the graphic details of the story, so as not to offend anyone with vivid images of teenaged boys with hard-ons.

however, this was from the sun! they have no integrity! if half a dozen kids were parading their boners around class, they would've spelled it out in big bold print... instead, it seems they took a story about ill children and twisted it into a sexual exploit.

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