Post by JayFromRochester on May 13, 2004 11:23:49 GMT -5
All I can think of are those Enzyte commercials.
Incidentally, does anyone else think those are just insidious? Their whole wink-wink, nudge-nudge approach to selling you a drug that's not FDA-approved or tested, that may or may not have any effect on a 'condition' that's more about vanity and popular misconception than health, is utterly vile, in my humble opinion.
And the fact that they're utterly hilarious doesn't help. If they weren't funnier than most of the stuff I'm watching I'd be able to switch away.
Enzyte contains L-Arginine, an amino acid derived from plants, that naturally produces nitric (not nitrous) oxide in your body. It's more like a vitamin than a drug, so that's wh y the FDA allows them to keep selling.
Nitric oxides help regulate blood flow, so more can end up "down there". Viagra basically does the same thing, but through a different mechanism.
I like the commercial with the guy who just cant seem to get that damn football through the tire. But then he takes that special little pill and walla, the balls in the hole. And his wife loves him again.
I saw an a capella show this weekend: for their encore they turned the lights off, started singing, and when they got to the chorus, the lights came back on and all of their pants were down. Such a surprise! I had never heard the song before, so there was a shock, and all of these boxers, whoa!