Thursday, 3 August 2006

DOCTOR'S ORDERS

Well... it's an impressive claim and a unique selling point...

So, the only question is: why is this miraculous cure-all not yet available on National Health Service prescription?

Ask the BMA...

Ask your GP...

Ask your local MP...

Ask the PM...

Write to The Times...

Write to The Lancet...

Demand your rights! Insist on being seen by Dr Pepper without further delay in order that he can SOLVE ALL YOUR PROBLEMS and put an end to needless stress and unnecessary suffering!

5 comments:

Phil said...

I wonder how long such a miraculous claim can survive. I heard yesterday that Talk Talk's claim that they were offering "free broadband FOREVER" was outlawed by the Advertising Standards Authority. Presumably because, as everyone knows, only diamonds are forever.

Maybe Dr Pepper can help with something you posted earlier. Next time you, dogless, approach a Tube escalator and see the sign saying "Dogs Must Be Carried", maybe Dr P can leap in and miraculously summon up a canine companion.

David Weeks said...

I see that the Dr Pepper can is stood next to another strange person in the fridge, though without the extravagant claims of the former ~ a certain, 'Hell man'.
Is this significant?

Brian Sibley said...

Naturally! Since both pepper and Hell are HOT, a fridge is the only SAFE place to store them...

Scrooge said...

Nobody has mentioned the obvious about Dr Peppers' elixir i.e. it tastes foul and justs makes you burp a lot. However, since you are in such acute physical pain for a few minutes after drinking it, it makes sense that all your other problems would pall into insignificance. There you go, problem solved.

Brian Sibley said...

Thanks Mr Scrooge - NOW I understand...