Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Me Want Cookie

The neon sign on my local "Pharmacy America Trusts" reads "Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet $59.99."

Say what? They sure have some wacky products in those WAG stores, don't they? Apparently on this diet you eat 6 of these cookies during the day, and then you're allowed to have, y'know, a 'sensible' dinner. I imagine anyone who could actually stick to this would indeed lose weight. That 59.99 price buys one week worth of cookies. Seems a little pricey to me.

I bet they're selling like crazy -- that's why it's up in lights.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Those wacky WAGs will sell any kind
of highly marked-up schlock they
think they can get away with...
Used to work in their HQ, where
people would literally wait for
someone to die or retire so they'd
be considered for a promotion. Needless
to say, I bailed as fast as I could.

Verification word: corig. Isn't that
for HTN?

LilMsHppyPillz said...

Waggy-world has changed it's tag line. It's now "There's a way..." So, I guess you can't trust them anymore?

Grumpy, M.D. said...

Sounds like the Slim-Fast diet, just in a solid form.

The world will never run out of suckers for this shit.

The Redheaded Pharmacist said...

I just sat through a Taco Bell commercial advertising their "drive-thru diet" which can't possibly be any better but at least you'll get out of their drive-thru for a lot less than $59.99!
TRP