Tuesday, July 01, 2008

JUNKIES


This is an advert for a drug.

We all know it's illegal to sell drugs.

The drug companies are only permitted to sell or advertise their prescription drugs to the medical profession.

Here is the complete advert for the pic above.

I'd like some of this Indolgina drug -

I could wash this pill down with a cold glass of Sauvignon.


Mornidine is helping this woman to kill her spouse


NHS Blog doctor stopped seeing drug reps in his practice twenty years ago. He does not accept honoraria from the drug companies e.g. logo bearing gifts, free dinners or promotional parties.

Perhaps we should all forget drugs and try the 'hands on' approach.

KAZ


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30 Comments:

Blogger garfer said...

This is what happens when you mingle with foreign types.

Debauchery and lechery.

8:42 am  
Blogger Dave said...

I offer that laying on of hands thing in my ministry to young ladies.

So far it hasn't been taken up.

10:58 am  
Blogger MJ said...

I can't cook breakfast before I've had my morning coffee and a hysterical paroxysm.

11:39 am  
Blogger Geoff said...

I saw Paul Daniels do that to Debbie Mcgee once when he lost his rabbit.

1:45 pm  
Blogger stitchwort said...

Wot, no rock 'n' roll?

4:35 pm  
Anonymous Arabella said...

That 'NHS Doctor' - what a nice man!

4:48 pm  
Blogger CyberPete said...

By the look of it the Mornidine people are branching out. The people who eat that breakfast every day will certainly need something for their cholestorol (spelling?).

Otherwise in time she'll have to have her hysterical paroxcysm taken care of by the doctor, not her husband.

4:51 pm  
Blogger tony said...

It May Not Be Healthy but its great for Scrabble!

5:24 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Garfer:
- or is it Norman again?
Vive la difference and Hasta la Vista!

Dave:
Do you mean the skirt hasn't been taken up or your work garment we referred to previously?

mj:And after that you'd be far to knackered to be arsed.

Geoff:
Perhaps he found his wig.
Such is high culture.

Stitch:
Sorry Madam - we're out of Rock and Roll today.
You baby boomers are never satisfied with just sex and drugs.

Arabella:
Dr. Crippen?
I came upon his blog by chance and spent ages reading it.
Do you think I could be so bold as to give him a link.

Pete:
You are a chap who can spot a marketing opportunity.

Hysterical paroxysm sounds like a great name for a cocktail too - another opportunity.

Tony:
But could you concentrate on your letters at the same time? :)

6:26 pm  
Blogger Roses said...

People who know me say I have a mind like a sewer - but I'm pretty sure I don't look like that. Yes please for the Indolgina. What exactly does Morndine do? Is it like a cookery lesson in a pill? I certainly wouldn't want to start cooking breakfast (mine is liquid util mid-morning) and if I looked that happy in the morning Boy would run screaming from the house thinking I'd been abducted by aliens.

(To be honest if I woke up in that condition one morning I would run screaming from the house - that's a bad, bad nightie).

6:43 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Roses:
If it means that mornidine makes her feel lively in the morning, I'm sure the husband would rather she took off that nightie and forgot about breakfast?

7:25 am  
Blogger CyberPete said...

That's true but you try and say hysterical paroxysm after one too many G & Ts

5:42 pm  
Blogger ziggi said...

Personally I would find it difficult to have an hysterical paroxysm standing up (unsupported), although Himself has to wear something approaching that get-up to the royal wedding in a couple of weeks so I may put the theory to the test - it'll give us something to do in the church through the boring weddingy bits.

6:52 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Pete:
Yes - but the G + T's would really put you in the mood.

Ziggi:
Brilliant idea - as long as you don't do the Meg Ryan sound effects.

9:28 pm  
Blogger Old Wom Tigley said...

The only thing missing from this post is Rock and Roll.. oh! yes and of course a song from Ian Dury :O)

9:07 am  
Blogger Gordie said...

What is Indolgina for? It has a groovy name, but the diagram appears to represent non-penetrative gay sex. (Or, worse still, leap frog.)

10:06 am  
Blogger Gordie said...

Hysterical paroxysm is a wonderful notion. Apparently, until the twentieth century, medical science said that when a woman got a bit mardy and out of sorts, the best treatment was to masturbate her to orgasm.

I studied the sociology of technology as part of my PhD, and discovered an academic called Rachel P Maines (Google her) who wrote a history of the vibrator. I love this quote: "These patients neither recovered nor died of their condition but continued to require regular treatment." I suppose nowadays, they would be given anti-depressants. That's progress for you.

10:21 am  
Blogger KAZ said...

Wom/Tom:
Thanks - I enjoyed that. There's nowt like a bit of pub rock.
Just to add to your trivia list - Ian lived with Jane Horrocks (abfab/Tesco ad) for quite a long time.

Gordie:
It says 'antinflamatoria' on the add - joint pain I suppose. I believe some Europeans like playing nude leapfrog in the park.

Hmm - perhaps Garfer has a point.

Gordie 2:
I read about this too.
It says the doctors derived no pleasure from the procedure and found it 'tiring'.

Hmmm.

11:08 am  
Blogger ziggi said...

No, not Meg Ryan I could carry ice cream in my handbag

1:24 pm  
Blogger ziggi said...

. . .could NOT carry ice cream . . .

1:25 pm  
Blogger Old Wom Tigley said...

Hi Kaz
Spent part of the afternoon playing his stuff on You Tube.. my mate went to see him.. I think in Manchester and Ian got that carried away he fell off the stage.. All the best
Tom

4:17 pm  
Blogger CyberPete said...

True, it works on all levels.

Are you ready to start up a marketing company with me?

5:55 pm  
Blogger KAZ said...

Ziggi:
You've lost me.
I've not seen much of Meg lately.

Wom:
He seemed to have a bit of a destructive urge - live fast die young.

Just think we'll never be able to die young now.

Pete:
CyberKaz cocktails??

6:34 pm  
Blogger The Poet Laura-eate said...

I'm booking in for some of that Hysterical Paroxysm. Sounds like a panacea for all ills!

11:52 am  
Blogger KAZ said...

Laura:
You're probably about 100 years too late.
Unless the doctor really takes a shine to you.

6:49 pm  
Blogger Mopsa said...

I'd heard (hadn't we all?) about the doctor that invented the vibrator to save his fingers when supplying an hysterical paroxysm to nervous laydeez, but I'd never seen an ad (real or otherwise), and the laydee looks so bored I suspect the doc is getting it all wrong like some inept teenager.

7:03 am  
Blogger Donnnnn said...

It is my understanding that the fine gentle massage still needs to be well within the 'paroxysmite' area or it is of little use...or so I've heard.

3:45 am  
Blogger Gordie said...

Hippocrates believed the womb was not fixed in one location, but moved around the body, and during orgasm, gripped the woman by the throat. (Donnn, are you familar with with the term 'labour of love'? )

According to the Times of London (newspaper of record throughout Her Majesty's dominions) "From the moment that the steam-powered “Manipulator” appeared in Britain in 1870, the story of vibrators is every bit as thrilling as the devices themselves."

Slate magazine has a little slide presentation on the subject.

10:02 am  
Blogger KAZ said...

Donn and Gordie:
Methinks you are a tad too interested in this treatment.

Love the presentation.

7:31 am  
Blogger Gordie said...

Science. Gadgets. Fiddling. What's not to like?

12:42 pm  

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