Elderly spoof writer writes testimonials for erectile dysfunction product!

Written by b kenneth mcgee

Thursday, 26 April 2018


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In a news conference held this morning in Louisburg, North Carolina, the maker of the erectile medication medication, Good & Plenty, the company announced that the Reverend T. J. McCorkle of Louisburg was indeed the writer of its on-line ads for their product. The news conference was called to confirm that McCorkle had been invited by the TV show, America's Got Talent, to appear on the program.

Good & Plenty has risen to the #1 ranked med for ED on the internet since the inception of McCorkle's testimonials this past year. These have been claims such as: "Since taking the G & P's my member has grown 2 inches and my girth by fifty percent! My partner, Mrs. McCorkle, is the happiest she has ever been in fifty years of marraige and looks ten years younger!"

In another he states, "This wonderful product gives me a rock hard erection in less than thirty seconds and recently a neighbor a mile distant has called the county sheriff due to the screams of delight by Anna Mae that caused his herd of pygmy goats to break out of their enclosure. The sheriff was apologetic when he arrived and said: "Sorry Reverend but could you and the Mrs. cut it back just a little? This is the fourth call we have had this week!" It was Thursday.

In another, he stated: We done thirty of them Kama Sutra positions in one night after taking Good & Plenty! Had to slam the window on it jes to get some sleep. Anna Mae won't let me go to the barn anymore and can't go to town anymore the next day cuz folks keep asking why I have a flashlight in my pocket! Life is good!"

At the end of the news conference a reporter from the Raleigh News & Observer called out: "Reverend, what on earth are you going to do on America's Got Talent that can be broadcast on national TV?"

McCorkle replied with a wry smile: "Don't rightly know," he paused and replied with a grin, "but whatever it is I'll be up for the occasion!"

As the eighty-seven year old spoof writer hobbled from the stage on his walker, he turned, gave a slight chuckle and called out..."You better believe it!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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