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Desc:Are you a junkie that caries their poop in a briefcase? AstraZeneca can help.
Category:Advertisements, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:heroin, drugs, poop, Addiction, big pharma
Submitted:Maggot Brain
Date:01/16/17
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betamaxed
Now we have something we can take when we're so strung out on legal smack that we all can't take a normal shit anymore.
Xenocide
To be fair, I'd probably need lots of drugs too if I had a giant walking man-sized pill that followed me everywhere I went. What does it want? Why does it want to get caricatures? Why does it insist on joining me in the shower?

fedex
Are you fucking kidding me?!? That thing looks like it is at least 40-60kilos of pure shit. I would just cut a slice off a time to keep myself in style, and do the rest until it couldn't walk anymore, then into the freezer with it.

fedex
sell it! sell the rest

Xenocide
Are you taking lots of pills? That's too bad! Sounds like what you need is PILLS!
Oscar Wildcat
Help Doc! I've got a monkey on my back and a briefcase full of shit!

kingarthur
I wonder if this helps with Zofran. That shit'll sure stop the nausea but it'll also stop you up for days...
Oscar Wildcat
Nausea from chemo? Ask your doctor if cannabis is right for you.

Hooker
Sorry, in this commercial for a drug to cure bowl blockage, did it say, "do not take Movantik if you have a bowl blockage"? (This is right before it warned that Movantik will tear your stomach in half)
RabbitMountain
Typical US pharmaceutical ad. Most ads gleefully explained their extreme side effects coupled with imagery of puppies and rainbows and old people.

I remember an AD for a diabetic medication a couple of years ago which casually announced that several trial patients had developed blood clots and should not be taken if the person has poor circulation... a side effect of diabetes.

Raggamuffin
I saw one for some nasal spray where it actually warned that "science does not understand how [the medicine] works"

memedumpster
If Vioxx is any indication, this drug will only have to kill 55,000 people before it is considered worthy of recalling, but only after a conspiracy to hide the data from the public is revealed.
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