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26th Dec '17 4:36:19 PM nombretomado
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--> Warning: Fighting for the Faith can be dangerous to your health. Listening with caution is strongly urged while doing any of the following activities: operating heavy, deadly equipment; playing FarmVille, or any time-wasting, brain-numbing activity, for sudden awakening at the sound of a [[InsaneTrollLogic particularly stupid eisegetical statement]] could cause neck strain; drinking liquids; drinking hot liquids; [[MortonsFork having liquids too nearby; not having any liquids nearby]]. The following medical conditions have been known to occur while listening to Fighting for the Faith: [[HeadDesk Cranial Keyboard Embedment Syndrome]], [[SpitTake Sinu-Nasal Liquid Spewment Disorder]], Steering Wheel Pounding Clenched Fist Strain, [[JawDrop Continual Gaping Dry Mouthitosis]], and [[YourHeadAsplode Frustrative Disbelief Brain Explosion]]. Please take proper precautions! Drinking straws, padding, and duct tape are recommended.

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--> Warning: Fighting for the Faith can be dangerous to your health. Listening with caution is strongly urged while doing any of the following activities: operating heavy, deadly equipment; playing FarmVille, ''VideoGame/FarmVille'', or any time-wasting, brain-numbing activity, for sudden awakening at the sound of a [[InsaneTrollLogic particularly stupid eisegetical statement]] could cause neck strain; drinking liquids; drinking hot liquids; [[MortonsFork having liquids too nearby; not having any liquids nearby]]. The following medical conditions have been known to occur while listening to Fighting for the Faith: [[HeadDesk Cranial Keyboard Embedment Syndrome]], [[SpitTake Sinu-Nasal Liquid Spewment Disorder]], Steering Wheel Pounding Clenched Fist Strain, [[JawDrop Continual Gaping Dry Mouthitosis]], and [[YourHeadAsplode Frustrative Disbelief Brain Explosion]]. Please take proper precautions! Drinking straws, padding, and duct tape are recommended.
17th Dec '17 8:19:42 PM QuaintFlick
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* E-Trade (a stock trading website) had a commercial parodying this format. It was an ad for the fictional allergy medication Nozulla, featuring a woman frolicking in a field of flowers, while the narrator explained that "Nozulla may cause the following symptoms: itchy rashes, full body hair loss, projectile vomiting, gigantic eyeball, the condition known as "hotdog fingers", children born with the head of a golden retriever, seeing the dead, bone liquification, possession by the Prince of Darkness..." [[NestedStoryReveal The scene pulls back to a man watching this ad on his TV]], and he immediately turns to his computer and sells all his stocks in the makers of Nozulla.

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* E-Trade (a stock trading website) had a commercial parodying this format. It was an ad for the fictional allergy medication Nozulla, featuring a woman frolicking in a field of flowers, while the narrator explained that "Nozulla may cause the following symptoms: itchy rashes, full body hair loss, projectile vomiting, gigantic eyeball, the condition known as "hotdog fingers", children born with the head of a golden retriever, seeing the dead, bone liquification, possession by the Prince of Darkness...Darkness, tail growth, elderly pregnancy..." [[NestedStoryReveal The scene pulls back to a man watching this ad on his TV]], and he immediately turns to his computer and sells all his stocks in the makers of Nozulla.
4th Dec '17 4:43:52 PM nombretomado
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* The AmateurTransplants have [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlmEc8rd_Nw a song]] advertising the fictional wonderdrug 'Paracetamoxyfrusebendroneomycin' (set to the tune of Supacalifrajalisticexpialodocius) which, though capable of curing almost every known disease (as well as 'reversing impotence' and making you 'good at fighting') has a number of side effects including 'nausea, vomiting and losing all your hair...heart attacks, becoming gay and growing extra breasts'. The song also notes that none of the animals the drug was tested on survived, but it's alright because they lied in the research paper.

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* The AmateurTransplants Music/AmateurTransplants have [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlmEc8rd_Nw a song]] advertising the fictional wonderdrug 'Paracetamoxyfrusebendroneomycin' (set to the tune of Supacalifrajalisticexpialodocius) which, though capable of curing almost every known disease (as well as 'reversing impotence' and making you 'good at fighting') has a number of side effects including 'nausea, vomiting and losing all your hair...heart attacks, becoming gay and growing extra breasts'. The song also notes that none of the animals the drug was tested on survived, but it's alright because they lied in the research paper.
25th Nov '17 11:51:30 PM DrFraud
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11764057/5/More-Than-Equal More Than Equal]]'' Audrey gives a magically-exhausted Harry a potion to keep him awake for a short while.
-->'''Audrey:''' A veela alternate of your pepper up potion. Although, not ideal for human consumption. The side effects include heightened libido, over-confidence and lack of inhibitions.\\
'''Sorting Hat:''' How can that be side effects?
25th Nov '17 11:44:26 PM DrFraud
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* ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'' had a Sunday comic about the incredible dangers of snorting dandelions, which included spontaneous decapitation and turning into Woody Allen. In the last panel, Steve Dallas snorts it anyway.

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* ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'' had a Sunday comic about the incredible dangers of snorting dandelions, which included spontaneous decapitation and turning into Woody Allen. In the last panel, Steve Dallas snorts it them anyway.


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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11764057/5/More-Than-Equal More Than Equal]]'' Audrey gives a magically-exhausted Harry a potion to keep him awake for a short while.
-->'''Audrey:''' A veela alternate of your pepper up potion. Although, not ideal for human consumption. The side effects include heightened libido, over-confidence and lack of inhibitions.\\
'''Sorting Hat:''' How can that be side effects?
25th Nov '17 10:58:17 PM DrFraud
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* '''"Why live with the heartbreak of psoriasis?"''' A newer breed of commercial, the "help seeking" ad doesn't even mention the brand at all. Instead, it poses a public service announcement, offering a pamphlet you can receive -- or now, a Web site you can visit -- offering information on treatment options for a certain disease... "including a prescription treatment option." This one line is the real reason for the commercial; the pamphlet is an ad for the company's new drug, and the company wants you to read it since, in print, [[ReadTheFinePrint they're still allowed to hide the list of side effects in 1-point type]]. This kind of ad eventually becomes one for the drug in the pamphlet.

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* '''"Why live with the heartbreak of psoriasis?"''' A newer breed of commercial, the "help seeking" ad doesn't even mention the brand at all. Instead, it poses a public service announcement, offering a pamphlet you can receive -- or now, a Web site website you can visit -- offering information on treatment options for a certain disease... "including a prescription treatment option." This one line is the real reason for the commercial; the pamphlet is an ad for the company's new drug, and the company wants you to read it since, in print, [[ReadTheFinePrint they're still allowed to hide the list of side effects in 1-point type]]. This kind of ad eventually becomes one for the drug in the pamphlet.
25th Nov '17 10:57:43 PM DrFraud
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* '''"Ask your doctor if Happypills are right for you."''' This commercial actually does tell you what the pill is for, and then spends the rest of the commercial breaking the bad news gently: "If you have seasonal allergies, [[Franchise/DCUniverse Mxyzptlk]][[TheUnpronounceable acine]] may be right for you. Side effects of Mxyzptlkacine are [[BlatantLies uncommon]], and include headache, nausea, vomiting, [[FourIsDeath death]], dizziness, [[{{Squick}} Vaginal ejaculations]], [[VideoGame/TheOregonTrail dysentery]], cardiac arrhythmia, [[Series/TheColbertReport mild heart explosions]], varicose veins, darkened stool, [[SuperpoweredEvilSide darkened soul]], [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent lycanthropy]], [[PerfectlyCromulentWord trucanthropy]], more vomiting, arteriosclerosis, [[UsefulNotes/AmericanEnglish hemorrhoids]], [[Memes/{{Advertising}} diabeetus]], [[YouFailBiologyForever virginity]], [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking mild discomfort]], [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampirism]], [[GenderBender gender impermanence]], [[TheOffice spontaneous dental hydroplosion]], sugar high, [[RuleOfThree even more vomiting]], [[RealIsBrown brown]], [[YourMom your mom]], and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking mild rash]]." \\

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* '''"Ask your doctor if Happypills are right for you."''' This commercial actually does tell you what the pill is for, and then spends the rest of the commercial breaking the bad news gently: "If you have seasonal allergies, [[Franchise/DCUniverse Mxyzptlk]][[TheUnpronounceable acine]] may be right for you. Side effects of Mxyzptlkacine are [[BlatantLies uncommon]], and include headache, nausea, vomiting, [[FourIsDeath death]], dizziness, [[{{Squick}} Vaginal vaginal ejaculations]], [[VideoGame/TheOregonTrail dysentery]], cardiac arrhythmia, [[Series/TheColbertReport mild heart explosions]], varicose veins, darkened stool, [[SuperpoweredEvilSide darkened soul]], [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent lycanthropy]], [[PerfectlyCromulentWord trucanthropy]], more vomiting, arteriosclerosis, [[UsefulNotes/AmericanEnglish hemorrhoids]], [[Memes/{{Advertising}} diabeetus]], [[YouFailBiologyForever virginity]], [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking mild discomfort]], [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampirism]], [[GenderBender gender impermanence]], [[TheOffice spontaneous dental hydroplosion]], sugar high, [[RuleOfThree even more vomiting]], [[RealIsBrown brown]], [[YourMom your mom]], and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking mild rash]]." \\
21st Nov '17 5:33:52 PM Pichu-kun
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* In a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44yrY9YO3tc particularly amusing Avatar Abridged episode]], Haru advertises a shampoo called Sexyfine that rearranges a person's DNA and turns them, well, sexyfine. Side effects included headaches, blood clots, green rashes, gonorrhea, albinism, thumb cancer, chocolate cravings, heroin addiction, pregnancy, ear mutation, increased risk of cyborg koala attack, the apocalypse, and [[PortmanteauCoupleName Zutara]].

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* In a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44yrY9YO3tc particularly amusing Avatar Abridged episode]], amusing]] ''WebVideo/AvatarTheAbridgedSeries'' episode, Haru advertises a shampoo called Sexyfine that rearranges a person's DNA and turns them, well, sexyfine. Side effects included headaches, blood clots, green rashes, gonorrhea, albinism, thumb cancer, chocolate cravings, heroin addiction, pregnancy, ear mutation, increased risk of cyborg koala attack, the apocalypse, and [[PortmanteauCoupleName Zutara]].



* Parodied in IISuperwomanII's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDNVPDwrKmE Types of Commercials]]". The first commercial parody is a medicine for sneezing.

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* Parodied in IISuperwomanII's WebOriginal/IISuperwomanII's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDNVPDwrKmE Types of Commercials]]". The first commercial parody is a medicine for sneezing.
21st Nov '17 5:31:40 PM Pichu-kun
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* Parodied in IISuperwomanII's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDNVPDwrKmE Types of Commercials]]". The first commercial parody is a medicine for sneezing.
-->''Some people who have taken Sneeze Away have experienced fatigue, loss of hair, more sneezing, kidney failure, and death. If you experience death after taking Sneeze Away please contact your doctor immediately. Sneeze Away is not intended for people who have a low tolerance towards death.''
31st Oct '17 7:53:12 PM jormis29
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* Creator/AdultSwim's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gMjJNGg9Z8 Unedited Footage of a Bear]] eventually transitions into an ad for a decongestant called Claridryl. After the light-hearted footage of a mom playing with her kid, it starts stating the side-effects as she's driving, including "reflexive memory, aggression, and fatigue." [[spoiler:The narration slowly fades out as the video spirals into SurrealHorror, with disturbing side-effects about Claridryl appearing on the bottom of the screen throughout.]]

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* Creator/AdultSwim's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gMjJNGg9Z8 Unedited Footage of a Bear]] ''Series/UneditedFootageOfABear'' eventually transitions into an ad for a decongestant called Claridryl. After the light-hearted footage of a mom playing with her kid, it starts stating the side-effects as she's driving, including "reflexive memory, aggression, and fatigue." [[spoiler:The narration slowly fades out as the video spirals into SurrealHorror, with disturbing side-effects about Claridryl appearing on the bottom of the screen throughout.]]
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