So, I was looking on the back of a box of slimming pills the other day (note these are "Slimming pills" - not painkillers, not laxatives, slimming pills.)
As you'll see, much of it is the standard sort of wording that you would expect on any kind of medication - keep away from children, do not exceed the stated dose, do not use after the expiry date, if symptoms persist... - hang on!
Let's look at that one.
If symptoms persist of worsen consult your doctor.
This is on a box of slimming pills.
The "symptoms" I presume would be - being well built?
So - if I take them, and I'm still overweight, I should consult my doctor?
"Hello Doctor, I appear to still be well upholstered, despite taking one of these slimming pills right after my usual extra big MeatBurger and fries. I even washed it down with a fried chicken milkshake. Do you think that the pills are faulty?"
"My God man! You're supposed to take one of these little chappies three times a day! You can't expect results from just taking one! Now get out of my office before I prescribe you some antibiotics!"
Something here is amiss, I fear.
I'm taking part in Vlogtober, releasing a video every day on my YouTube channel. As I type this, I'm making a video about meat from the delicatessen counter of your local supermarket. It'll be uploaded soon! Come stop by :)
(edit: The deli video is now online!)