Inventor Creates Viagra Ice Cream Because, Well, Science

Nowadays, you can grab an ice cream flavor for whatever suits your fancy. We are no longer living in a vanilla, chocolate strawberry world. Wacky ice cream flavors are the norm, but there is still one world the creameries have consistently avoided. That world? Prescription medications. Well, one man is changing all of that.

A food inventor named Charlie Harry Francis has already gifted the world with glow-in-the-dark ice cream and now he's pitched his tent to create the world's first ice cream flavor based on a prescription medication, Viagra. The flavor, appropriately named Arousal, actually tastes like champagne, however each scoop is laced with 25 mg of sweet, sweet Viagra.

Mr. Francis was tasked to erect this ice cream variety by a nameless celebrity, who apparently was "very happy" with the results. Sean Connery, you old horn dog (there is absolutely no evidence that it is Sean Connery.)

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