False Advertising

ED Pills

I got a run of advertisements in my e-mails about ED pills and goodies from the ED Meds Shop — exclusively for me!

So I click on the links wondering how much they’re getting for Motrin, Xanax, Vicodin, and Oxycontin these days.

They’re all for stinking Viagra.

Damn spammers.

6 Responses to “False Advertising”

  1. Matt says:

    The Internet – is there nothing it can’t do?

  2. bmayer says:

    I am curious, not trying to be a smartypants. I thought Motrin was just ibprofrin? Do they actually try to sell that?

    • WhiteCoat says:

      My feeble attempt at humor. Those are probably the most common meds prescribed in the emergency department. People tend to get upset when they are prescribed Motrin/Ibuprofen/Advil – all the same medication.

  3. DensityDuck says:

    Why would we have to BUY Oxycontin? Just go to the local ED and say “ten out of ten, severe allergies to everything but Oxycontin” and the helpful white-coats will top you off for free.

  4. Anonymous says:

    At least you’re smart enough to use gmail and not yahoo! [Yahoo to this day still has worse spam filters that gmail had back when it was invite-only]

  5. Nurse K says:

    I think your spam folder is punishing you for saying ‘ED’ and not ‘ER’ like a good little ER doc.

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