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Really?

Really?                                                                                                                                                                                  Words fail me. 

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Re: Really?

I notice a misprint on the company name.... it should read....

 

www.MedicinesNaturally.con 

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That has got to be a joke, surely? Or is it from a U.S. site? - because 'over there' they'll believe anything.

 

Edit: well spotted, @shutter 

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@jab1 

Checking the brand name it seems to be Japanese and it was being promoted on twitter by shakethatweight.co.uk even though the product is not listed on their web site.

Just so weird, but what ain't these days.


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As their marketing for the Diet Water points out, it contains a special type of peptide bond that targets fat cells via the bloodstream.

https://www.fitboot.com/what-is-diet-water/

 

Yeah right.  🤔  🙄

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@Minivanman OK - couldn't read the label that well, but that country also has a few weirdos.

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@198kHz wrote:

As their marketing for the Diet Water points out, it contains a special type of peptide bond that targets fat cells via the bloodstream.

https://www.fitboot.com/what-is-diet-water/

 

Yeah right.  🤔  🙄


I'm gonna buy 10,000 litres then 🤣

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Reminds me, I should to head to my local chip shop and say:

"A large donner, large chips, with all the salad". (My body can't handle green stuff, but if it could, that is what I would say).

Them: "Anything else?".

Me: "Oh and a large diet coke".

Don't know about you, but if that were me working there I would really struggle not to laugh.
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Of course... you have to check the bottom right corner of the pic, too  ! ! !

 

(suitably enlarged for those with poor eyesight ! ! ! )

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Or that awkward moment when you pay 90p or whatever for a bottle of Evian water and notice what it spells backwards. 

 


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Yep and remember when Coca Cola did Dansini water?

The product got cancelled when it was revealed they were selling on tap water on from Sidcup. In South East Laaandan that is not far from me and I even know where the factory is as I have been past it.

People think the Only Fools and Horses joke where they sell 'Peckham Spring' is false, well Coca-Cola managed it with Sidcup Spring.
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@shutter wrote:

I notice a misprint on the company name.... it should read....

 

www.MedicinesNaturally.con 


Link not working @shutter ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A fool and their money are soon parted.

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Well that site does say........

"We have no medical qualifications and therefore request you read our disclaimers. We trust that you will find this site entertaining and informative, however we make no statements, representations or warranties about the accuracy or completeness of, and you should not rely solely on, any information contained in this website."

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I'll take your word for that, @billnotben , because I really, really can't be bothered to visit such an obvious load of rubbish. But that 'disclaimer' does kind of raise the question of why did they bother to set it up? Maybe because there are enough idiots who would believe the carp it published?

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