According to Melinda *, a city student, this is all but idle, cheap hogwash.
“I tried it over the weekend… Have tried it severally in the past. Like, maybe three or four times. It’s all a silly myth. Nothing like that is true. My man didn’t even notice I had just tasted strepsils. It’s all a myth, “ she scoffs.
But Brian, a colleague in the office, sees it differently.
“It’s magic. I’ve seen it and I’ve experienced it. You can’t just dismiss a whole theory because of one person who had trouble finding pleasure in it. I personally did enjoy it and it makes my b3edr00m experiences a whole lot better. Mimi natambua strepsils…., “ he asserts.
But there’s no logical explanation that supports why the lozenge, which combines two antiseptics and Levomenthol , makes the s3'xu@l 0rg@ns tickled and turned on to that effect.
” These tablets, a product of Britain’s Reckitt Benckiser , are originally meant to relieve sore throats and sooth colds and flu effects. They are specifically made to combat the dryness in the throats as well as irritation and blocked noses and there’s no way these same tablets, which provide a cooling effect necessary for soothing an inflamed tissue are the same tablets that can light up the pr!v@te parts. It’s preposterous “ argues Dr. Edwin of Kahawa Wendani.
But one anonymous member of the Kilimani Mums still swears by the little medical tablets and has tried them in the past. At least, a particular flavor.
“These guys dismissing the theory are probably the same guys who su'ck in b3d. Like, if you give a three year old boy a photocopier machine, would he know what to do with it? Of course not. So, you need a professional to handle a product, “ she says.
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