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Here’s a quick story from a reader:
We have all seen ads on television, usually during the evening news, for the new medications for E.D. For those not familiar, E.D. stands for Erectile Dysfunction, which basically means that a man has trouble getting an erection. We all age, things wear out, and many men experience that kind of problem. Now we have these miracle drugs that cure the problem, giving men of all ages a good hard erection.
I, too, have also had those difficulties from time to time, so I went to the doctor and he wrote a prescription for a medication called Cialis. It was for a box of eight 20 mg tablets. With my prescription in hand, I headed down to the local apothecary, just down the street from the doctor’s office.
I walked up to the counter and a woman came out from the back to wait on me. She was an attractive women about age thirty wearing a standard pharmacist uniform: white trousers and white blouse, kind of like this or even this. I handed the lady pharmacist my recept from the doctor. Here is where the story gets good.
The pharmacist turned around and pulled open one of the lower drawers behind the counter where they kept boxes of pills. She bent over at the waist and was searching through the drawer for my prescription. What I observed was that her white trouser’s were basically skin tight and very sheer, kind of like this
Or check out some on this forum: yoga-pants. They might as well have been painted on. Her panties were clearly visible through the material. She was wearing thong-style panties that fit in the crack of her behind. And there was a distinct camel toe visible from the rear!
Guess what? The sight of the sexy pharmacist bent over showing me her cameltoe cured my E.D. problem on the spot. No need for miracle drugs!
The pharmacist searched through one drawer without finding the right box. So she opened the next drawer lower down. Naturally, she had to bend over further which stretched her trousers even tighter over her camel toe. Perhaps like this.
I took a while for her to find my prescription. But being patient, I didn’t mind waiting. No sir, not at all!