Screwed to Death
Mr. Sergey Tuganov had taken a challenge from two Moscow women,
He would not let his pride be underestimated or undermined,
The women bet him $4,300.00 that he could have sex for 12 hours straight,
Forgetting about pleasuring himself as his name would indicate.
The Russian Comrade would not let medical advice hinder him from his revolution, -ugh resolution.
'In the rare event of an erection lasting more than four hours, seek immediate medical help.'
Was an indication.
12 hours into them that was the finish for one bottle of Viagra
and sad to say for 28 year old Russian,
He won the wager, but alas he wasn’t feeling fine.
Sergey Tuganov couldn’t tug anymore, he was dead-
The medical warning came into its full fruition.
Suggested new health warning: 'In the rare event of a Russian all-day Viagra orgy challenge, politely decline.'
As far as promotion of the drug, it needs a different TV campaign,
Rather than a Viva Viagra commercial,
“Moris Viagra! ”
Would have immediate repercussions.
As far as the state he died in,
I’m not sure he will be able to fit in a standard coffin.
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