Mind you, I generally don't believe in vitamin supplements — always figured that if you can't get it right from your diet, then you must be doing something wrong. But then, I spent half of my days off last year being sick, and I'd kind of like to avoid that for this year. Thus: a trip to the GNC around the corner from my office.
As I was checking out, the clerk popped this down on the counter next to my box
saying, "They want us to give this to you with your purchase. It's just a sample." He might have explained more than that, but not very much. And I shrugged, and paid my bill (heck, whatever it was, it's free) and didn't take a closer look at it until I got back to the office.
Note the little box of text on the front of the bottle. This is what it says:
I don't know about you, but two things stand out to me, looking at this label:
- The wording kind of makes it sounds like this drug's true power is like a gigantic cock: only the most experienced can handle it right.
- Why are they giving away for free something that tells you it needs to be run by a physician? Not even a caveat of "if you're weak in some way, then you should ask your doctor." No, it's straight up: better check with the doc before you even think about popping this baby open.
So is it me, or does it just seem sort of wrong? Perhaps I am just weak.