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LuvBubble's avatar

Why do people take products with the side effect "Oily Discharge"?

Asked by LuvBubble (140points) March 29th, 2009

Explain this to me.

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qubozik's avatar

Haha because hopefully it will be fixing something that may be worse than oily discharge. I guess it can be like that joke people do. When your arm hurts and you want it to stop, then someone kicks your leg. No matter what you lose.

eambos's avatar

Why do people take asthma prevention medicine that increases the risk of asthma related death?

3or4monsters's avatar

Because they’d rather oil drip from their anuses, than eat healthy food in appropriate portions and exercise.

That’s some hardcore laziness right there.

TheLoneMonk's avatar

I must shop in the wrong stores. I’ve never seen a product like that.

jrpowell's avatar

@TheLoneMonk : Alli

“You may feel an urgent need to go to the bathroom. Until you have a sense of any treatment effects, it’s probably a smart idea to wear dark pants, and bring a change of clothes with you to work”

TheLoneMonk's avatar

@johnpowell : Wow. This includes the potential for gas along with oily spotting. Damn. Cool.

dynamicduo's avatar

Reminds me of Olestra, a type of oil that a chip company tried for a bit. It cannot be digested, so it comes out of your butt. People were willing to deal with oily farts and poops (and “anal leakage”, I couldn’t make this up) to eat potato chips without getting fat.

Haha! I just saw a commercial for Alli today on TV while over at my sister’s. It was hilarious, and even more so now that I know it’s the same concept as Olestra.

What can I say, people are lazy bastards who expect that they can keep eating whatever they want and take this Alli pill to not get fat. Even the site highly suggests limiting your fat, but of course you know some people aren’t gonna do that at all. Those people get oil farts, if they’re lucky, anal leakage sounds much more probable.


eambos's avatar

Anal leakage might be the funniest thing I’ve read this weekend.

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