Ads for prescription medicines litter the evening news, magazines, newspapers. Their distinctive prose, delicately skirting FDA rules and regulations, are often so ludicrous they practically beg for a good parody.
Now it’s here, under the heading “Panexa: Ask your doctor for a reason to take it.” As the spoof explains, the fictitious drug is only for patients suffering from certain conditions, like:
“… circulation, menstruation, cognition, osculation… “
Side effects include:
“… the vapors, the willies; susceptibility to wedgies…”
Thanks to GMSV for the link.