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[[caption-width-right:290:Brain Bleach is also highly flammable.]]

Let's face it. We've all see things we shouldn't have: That one bad movie you saw with your friends in an attempt to mock it ''a la'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'', [[{{Rule34}} that crudely drawn picture on Tumblr featuring two of your favorite cartoon heroes in tawdry sexual congress]], your grandfather coming out of the bathtub or shower in all his wrinkled, aged, untoweled "glory", a homeless or drug-addled man using the open air as his own personal toilet (especially if what comes out is unnaturally colored), that vintage porn film (or porn mag centerfold) that starred [[IWasYoungAndNeededTheMoney a sexy, uninhibited version of a beloved family member (mom, dad, aunt, grandma, etc)]], [[BreadEggsMilkSquick a brutal]], [[CruelAndUnusualDeath painful murder]] (whether on TV or in real life)...

Don't you wish you could just make these damaging sights leave your brain?

Well look no further! New from TropeCo®, it's BrainBleach!

Simply follow the instructions on the bottle[=*=] and you can wash away those dark stains on your psyche! That movie's BadBadActing? Gone! That head-exploding picture you saw? Poof! What picture? Those awkward, disgusting memories of your family in private? It's like they were never there to start with! With BrainBleach™, the mental hurt will finally go away.

BrainBleach works by burning a hole in your esophagus, allowing you to vomit directly onto the {{Squick}} [[PainCenter Center]] of your brain.

->[=*=] Warning: Not for use on pregnant or nursing women, children under 7, marijuana smokers, those with bleach allergies/aversions, and {{Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant}}s and/or {{Nightmare Fetishist}}s. Overdosing on BrainBleach is highly dangerous. Dosage measurements must be exact in proportion to the amount of {{Squick}} you have seen. Effects of BrainBleach overdose include short-term/long-term memory loss, permanent amnesia, loss of motor functions, becoming comatose, death, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a bitter, slightly metallic aftertaste]]. Consult your physician if you fear you have accidentally overdosed on BrainBleach --if you can remember, that is. Not all traumatic memories go away with use of Brain Bleach. For permanent or persisting traumatic memories, consult a professional therapist or mental health support group.