We just came across Delepe - and their hilariously risqué online campaign - a revolutionary new treatment for premature ejaculation, developed and made right here in Egypt.
Egyptians are notoriously late for everything. The term "Egyptian Time" is brandished about in abundance and "I'll be there in five minutes" or "I'm coming now" usually translates to "I'll be there in two hours or never." If only that same aptitude for tardiness could be transferred to the bedroom...
We recently stumbled upon Delepe. Delepe is a pill that prevents premature ejaculation, and it is made in Egypt by Penta Pharma. The brown pill's active ingredient is Dapoxetine and Delepe is the only medication like it in the world that is fully approved and licensed. Once consumed (one to three hours before the bomchika-waw-wa), Delepe is supposed to increase the time it takes you to ejaculate by five times. At the end of the day that awkward look of shame, trying to laugh it off whilst the girl sulks and then say it's a compliment won't work, but Delepe might.
"This is still a relatively new concept, a new treatment," Delepe's brand manager Samar El Saady told us. "Although we don't have specific statistics related to Egypt, we know that 30% of men worldwide suffer from premature ejaculation." We can assume that most Egyptian men who stay virgins for most of their lives, and pant at the site of Haifa's honkers probably have a hard time going the distance.
Interestingly with sex being such a taboo subject in any Arab culture, Delepe have decided to go hard (and hilarious) with their online marketing...
"It's not easy," says El Saady "but we have to spread the word and get people talking about it... maybe we need better education about these things." Indeed we do.
To debunk a common misconception, Delepe is not like Viagra. Think durability and not flexibility. Medically, it can be used along with Viagra for what we are assuming is super sex. Delepe can be picked up over the counter at pretty much every pharmacy in the country. Don't worry, you can come late.