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01/22/2015 05:22 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Here's The 'Deflategate' Cialis Parody You Didn't Know You Needed

When your balls have lost their luster, try Cialis inflate-a-ball.

Cialis inflate-a-ball helps invigorate tired, deflated balls, so quarterbacks can throw whenever the moment is right. Side effects may include undeserved wins, out-of-check ego and loss of shirt sleeves, this satirical commercial quips.

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Patriots head coach Bill Belichick

If you haven't figured it out already, this timely piece of satire plays on the "Deflategate" scandal, in which the New England Patriots stand accused of having intentionally deflated game balls, thereby making them easier to handle.

The genius Cialis parody ad -- the medication actually treats erectile dysfunction -- is the brainchild of producers at Benstonium.com, which supports the Pittsburgh Steelers, a long-time Patriots rival.

Please, heed the warnings of this ad, and don't use inflate-a-ball unless you've discussed it with your equipment manager first.

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