What The Heck…Drug Commercial Disclaimers


Why would you want diarrhea? Or a heart condition? Or inflammation of the colon? Well…if you decide to try just about ANY new drug that is being marketed on television, these are the kinds of conditions you can expect to have in order to have a stronger erection, a full night’s sleep, a drastic loss of weight, etc and so forth.

The ads are 1 minute long and the disclaimers are :45 seconds of them! Why would you do it? It seems crazy to me that the “medical association of what’s what” would even ALLOW these drugs to advertise, let alone be used by some poor schmuck who can’t get it up! (Don’t be a sucker Jim! It ain’t worth it!)

Tonight I saw an ad for some pregnancy prevention drug. It basically told the viewer that you can “now go without the pill”! It’s an amazing thing! Of course you have to suffer and you MIGHT have recurring issues down the road. Issues such as vaginal dryness, sphincter inflammation, a loss of sexual interest and your brain my swell up to the size of a watermelon.

Okay…okay…I’m exaggerating just a tad. Vaginal dryness was not a part of the disclaimer…but you get the idea. It just doesn’t SOUND like a good idea. So what is the point?!?!

Sounds like a ploy to me. I’m thinking it’s the governments way to stop unwanted pregnancies or something. Whatever the case, it don’t sound good! Stay away from the little blue pills…or else you might actually solve the issue you are having problems with…but then start 5 NEW issues that you never dreamed you could ever have! 

Not pretty…those inflammed sphincters…

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3 Responses to What The Heck…Drug Commercial Disclaimers

  1. I’d do just about anything for a good erection. Briefcase has been traveling way too much lately! Ha ha!!

  2. mandy says:

    The kids and I heard one for an arthritis med the other day that “may cause serious infections, including tuberculosis.” Kasey stated the following: “See, the way that works is that you take the medication, get TB, have to move to Arizona for the dry air, and since it doesn’t rain very much there, your arthritis improves!”

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