Soccerdad1995 wrote:My favorite is the disclaimer "you should not take X if you are allergic to X"surprise_i'm_armed wrote:1. How about those ads for some kind of medicine to cure a problem?
They then go on to list so MANY side effects, you would probably be just as
well off to stick with your original single ailment!
One medicine lists "compulsive gambling" as one of your possible freebies!
2. How about TV ads that say you can only get the item at the stated price
for the next 5 minutes? They show a countdown timer. Oh, so if you tried
to buy it in SIX minutes, they wouldn't sell it to you?
3. How about battery-powered devices that use batteries that don't exist
in regular stores? You may have to pitch the device upon battery death.
Really? I shouldn't take a medicine that I know I am allergic to? Wow, you learn something new every day.
I just wonder who the morons are that actually need this warning.
The same ones who join a class action lawsuit after said medication supposedly harms them. Most meds aren't on the market more than 6 months before some ambulance chasing law firm files suit.