Clever spoof of Rx ad

Clever spoof of Rx ad

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.

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