Signumsanitatis (for the treatment of “symptoms”)
This product is for the treatment of undescribed “symptoms.”
This product should not be used as directed, as it should not be used at all, so do not increase the dosage because you think you know better than the doctor. Do not use this product if between the ages of 2 and 102. While the product may be swallowed, it may also be used as a suppository, although after ingestion, please immediately finish your living will. There’s no research on this medication, so we don’t really know anything about the product, but you should buy it just in case it does something cool and healthy and nifty.
Support Your Local Doctors:
Many doctors are paid to suggest this medication, so know that by using this drug you are supporting your local doctors.
The best way to open it is to use a vice and hammer. Splurting is natural. Definitely stains. Despite the difficulty opening, keep out of reach of small children because they will eat anything because they are so stupid.
Generic Corp. is not responsible for any emotional distress that may arise from the use of this product, nor will it pay any of your sizeable therapy bills. Generic Corp. is also not responsible for any loss of friends or social ostracizing that may result from the use of this product, especially if you’re always crapping in your pants, which brings us to our next topic…
Crapping in Your Pants Symptoms:
Generic Corp. is also not responsible for any bowl-related discomfort that may result from this product, including the sensation that you’ve crapped in your pants because you’ve crapped in your pants. This product may make you crap in your pants. If you’re not wearing pants, I hope it’s because you’re sitting on the toilet.
Generic Corp. is not responsible for any all-incorporating, nondescript “bad stuff” that may occur during the use of this product, as well as “death.” Unfortunately, it could (stress could) also cause many more complicated and scary-sounding conditions and diseases that you have never heard of (even on House!) and many containing the disturbing word, “malignant.”
If you itch, itching happens to everyone, and maybe you are imagining things. Other side effects include paruresis, ingrown toenails, bad breath, types of eczema you’ve never even heard of, athlete’s foot on hands, hip pain, chronic lower back pain (don’t we all suffer from this?), unintentional amputation (called “flight of limbs”), self-immolation, type 1 and 2 diabetes (somehow), tangled toes, shaving scars around ankles (if female/anti-hair), phallic pictures on forehead, limp hair, un-paintable fingernails, and wonderful hair loss on toes.
If pregnant or breastfeeding, try using a condom next time, and if you feel dizzy, light-headed, or drowsy, try taking bigger, deeper, slower breaths.
However, all this is irrelevant because you’re going to die within fifteen minutes after ingestion. In case of death (which is always), before you leave this beloved world you will wish you were in hell.
On top of all the aforementioned diseases and conditions, you will contract a really bad cold. Then syphilis. Then cancer of anything, really. Then whatever fad virus everyone is talking about. You will lie there in anguish while positively noting that the poison ivy you contracted seems to have disappeared thanks to the medication, or maybe at this point you just can’t tell because you’re in an abhorrent state of agony.
You will also contract violent hiccups that make it seem like your lungs are coming out of your mouth. When not hiccupping, you will scream like a little girl. Sometimes white bits of gunk will appear at the sides of your mouth, which is embarrassing and is of unknown origin.
Take a missed dose as soon as you remember. If it is almost time for your next dose, wait until then and take the next dose. Also, if you are like the author, apply the appropriate self-hatred, guilt, and fear of what-will-happen-now-that-I’ve-missed-a-dose and try better next time.
Store the medicine in a closed container at room temperature, away from heat, moisture, and direct light. See if you can find this place again. It’s a little like hiding it away from yourself when it becomes your time in need.
If You Want To Sue:
If “something bad” happens, we are not responsible. You are responsible. Let’s make that as clear as possible. Generic Corp. is not responsible for any criminal convictions that may result from the use of this product, neither “negligence,” “death/murder,” or “severe, nauseating, crippling, shooting pain throughout the entire body.”
If you are reading this disclaimer, you obviously don’t have money for “real, tested, proven medicine.” If afflicted, you obviously will only be able to hire a lawyer with a barely passable bar exam score, a wrinkled suit, and a bad haircut. On the other side, we have kick-ass lawyers who got great bar exam scores. Plus, we pay them a lot, so we all know they’re super-good. You may think you’re an Erin Brockovich, and maybe you are. However, you’re going to die way before you ever do enough research to present a case. We’ll make sure of that.
Generic Corp. is especially not responsible for any eye injuries the reader may sustain from reading this fine print. (I can’t believe you read it all.)
I Accept (By the way, I give my soul to the devil. Hee-haw.)
I Accept Even Though I Didn’t Read It Because It Looked Really, Really Long And Boring
I Do Not Accept