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Quote about the new 'wonder' diet pill Alli

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
In the first post, made me chuckle!
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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The active ingredient in alli attaches to some of the natural enzymes in the digestive system, preventing them from breaking down about a quarter of the fat you eat. Undigested fat cannot be absorbed and passes through the body naturally. The excess fat is not harmful. In fact, you may recognize it in the toilet as something that looks like the oil on top of a pizza.

Yeah I bet chunksters would recognise that! :)
banned#2
Is this the one that makes you crap yourself without warning?

That will be funny to see.
banned#3
No shti!
banned#4
Pluun
No shti!


Immodium's new slogan?
#5
FilthAndFurry
Is this the one that makes you crap yourself without warning?

That will be funny to see.


yeah it is
banned 1 Like #6
shosie
yeah it is


That's one way to make overweight people run I guess.
#7
FilthAndFurry
That's one way to make overweight people run I guess.


i suppose so,
#8
This is a classic, dark humour indeed.....

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Ayds (pronounced as "aids") was an appetite-suppressant candy which enjoyed strong sales in the 1970s and early 1980s. It was available in chocolate, chocolate mint, butterscotch or caramel flavors, and later a peanut butter flavor was introduced. The original packaging used the phrase "Ayds Reducing Plan vitamin and mineral Candy"; a later version used the phrase "appetite suppressant candy". The active ingredient was originally benzocaine[1] later changed in the candy as reported by the New York Times to phenylpropanolamine, presumably to reduce the sense of taste to reduce eating.[2]

However, public awareness of the disease AIDS beginning around mid-1981 caused problems for the brand due to the phonetic similarity of names. Initially sales were not affected, but by 1988 the chairman of Dep Corporation announced that the company was seeking a new name because sales had dropped as much as 50 percent due to publicity about the disease.[3] The product's name was changed to Diet Ayds (Aydslim in Britain), but eventually it was withdrawn from the market.

Videos of old Ayds television commercials have enjoyed a resurgence of popularity on internet video sites for the unintentional dark humor from the association with the wasting associated with HIV infection (for example, Ayds helps you lose weight or Why take diet pills when you can enjoy Ayds? or even Thank Goodness For Ayds).
banned#10
Anyone here actually going to buy some?
#11
Alli? You can get them from the docs, seem to be the same thing my brother in law was on. You need a bottle of washing up liquid the clean the bog after each 'go' apparently. A secondary benefit there. You spend all your money on WUL rather than food :lol:
banned#12
Shengis
Alli? You can get them from the docs, seem to be the same thing my brother in law was on. You need a bottle of washing up liquid the clean the bog after each 'go' apparently. A secondary benefit there. You spend all your money on WUL rather than food :lol:


Lovely.
#13
FilthAndFurry
Lovely.


Indeed.

Think of it more as a 'punishment' drug. The idea is if you eat things with high fat content it runs straight through you with messy consequences. So you have to eat low fat food. That in turn means the pills have effectively zero effect.... It's all a bit like the old animal testing, go the wrong way and you get a sharp electric shock, go the right way and you get the cheese (not recommended with these pills though obviously).

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