The wonderful world of drug handouts

Once in a while, you’ll get a patient handout for a drug that just cant help but make you laugh. Patient handouts are meant so even the village idiot can get their meanings. Lets take a look at Xeloda’s patient information sheet and angrypharmacistize(tm) it.
STOP TAKING XELODA IF YOU EXPERIENCE ANY OF THESE SIDE EFFECTS
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Your tech starts giving you lip.

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You start to have conversations with your poop.

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You decide to only communicate with your tech using the universal pimp-slap.

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You decide to take a poop without pulling up your nightgown.

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You can only poop in your nightgown under the moonlight.

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You kick all the crackheads out of your store.. Literally.

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You grow an evil villan mustache

5 thoughts on “The wonderful world of drug handouts”

  1. Ever seen the instruction sheet for MUSE? One of the drawings is of an erect penis with a hand wrapped around it, which is probably NOT the intention of the drug’s use.
    ROTFLMAO

  2. Here’s another goody.
    You know those instructions for Fleet’s Enemas that has the line drawing of a person with their rear end up in the air? When I was in retail, we hired a tech out of the deli, and the first time she rang one of those up, she saw that and totally cracked up laughing in front of the customer. She was totally embarrassed, and I would have been too.

  3. First trip to your blog and my husbands in the other room wanting to know what’s wrong–I am laughing so hard I sound like I’m crying and have the barking croup!!!!

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