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The Nation's Online Editor Carol Martindale looks at What's Trending today in Barbados. The top stories trending today are Sex High and Fed up, frustrated Lime customers. Readers have been busy sharing the views on both issues early today. Barbadian men, both young and old, are popping pills daily to get an erection and to enhance their sexual performance. The demand is so big for the “miracle” pills that a thriving black market has developed and men are willing to dish out as much as $100 per pill to increase their libido. Readers had some advice and even some drink recipes for these men. Conchita Moseley: "No need for these man made pills, good food and a good strong sexy woman is the only drug needed to enhance a man's sex drive. Seriously, a good home made Guinness punch has no health risk." Antony Von Barker: "Poor fellas want to be superman." Princess Tiny Neferua: "You are what you eat. Why don't you all try some barley, sea moss, horse oats, five fingers and stoute with egg and don't forget to add some cayanne pepper to the brew. One cup full each morning and you all with become real studs." Readers were also commenting about hurt, frustration and anger of some Barbadians who lambasted LIME for “poor” customer service at a meeting held by the telecommunications giant at the St Christopher Primary School in Christ Church on Thursday night. Angela J Thompson Branch: "I called over a mth ago to have a phone fixed, they came this week, now the phone on it is on soft touch.Thinking of having the service discontinued." Randy Lord: "...The service is at it's lowest. Very poor. I've been without my service from September 19 to October 18 then I had to drive about ten miles to fill out a form at Lime's branch in Warrens wasting gasoline to apply for a rebate. This is ridiculous. ...It's the worst time I've experienced this type of service for the 32 years I've been dealing with the company...." Sonia Lynch: "One thing for sure this company lives up to its name and never exceeds expectation."