Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Airborne

God always has a funny way of saying "happy birthday," at least in my experience. Two years ago, I had laryngitis. Last year, my bike got stolen. And this year, the gustling 70 mph winds have left me with a mouthful of canker sores.

Needless to say, I've been ramping up on Airborne in an attempt to fight the full-on bug that is spreading like a bad rumor. It does its job, just like Emergen-C does for a little burst of energy. But my question is this ...



am I the only one that is slightly -reluctant- to trust a formula concocted by a "second grade school teacher"?? This is their main tagline. And I just don't get it. Wouldn't a better tagline be something like "made by doctors who know what they're doing?"

3 comments:

Stephanie Gugliemo said...

Teachers can be shady. I would be hesitant to trust anyone part of a profession where the uniform seems to be denim mumus tailored to look like dresses and wooden jewlery in the shape of apples, school-houses, and christmas lights.

Dave Hildebrand said...

Hey, watch what you say about "wooden jewelry". My Mom rocked it teaching 4th and 5th grade. I think it has some shaman-like properties over the kiddies...

Kim said...

Yeah, the other thing is that there is a label that states that this product hasn't been tested by the fda. not that it means anything bad about the product.