An elderly Irish woman visited her doctor and, with understandable trepidation, asked for his medical sdvice to determine if there might be a way to revive her husband's waning sex drive. Surely, though, her husband could never learn of her intentions.
"Has your husband ever tried Viagra?" asked the doctor.
"Not a chance," replied Mrs. Murphy. "He won't even take an aspirin for a headache."
"No problem," responded the doctor. "There is a new form of Viagra available. It is tasteless and will dissolve readily in most solutions. Just drop a tablet into your husband's coffee and he won't be any wiser. Try it and then call me in a week to let me know how things go."
A week later, Mrs. Murphy called the doctor. He inquired as to how things went.
"Oh, faith, bejaysus and begorrah, it was terrible doctor!"
"What happened?" Asked the doctor.
"Well, I did as you advised and slipped the Viagra into hes coffee. The effect was immediate. He jumped straight up, with a gleam in his eye and his pants bulging fiercely! He swept the cutlery off the table, at the same time ripping me clothes off and then proceeded to make wild, mad, passionate love to me on the tabletop. It was terrible!"
"What was so terrible?" asked the doctor. "Was the sex not good?"
"Oh gracious no, doctor, the sex was the best I've had in 25 years, but I'll never be able to show me face in starbucks again.