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Wednesday, November 20, 2013


A friend sent this article from Men's Health magazine this morning with the subject title above. It's a "Special Report" (read: paid advertisement) on two products which will transform your body, adding 30 pounds of muscle while carving away most of your fat.

It's utterly ridiculous. No legitimate product can do this; the celebrities pictured are all obviously on the juice. Several have those telltale veins bulging out from the front of their shoulders, and none could have undergone such drastic metamorphoses without artificial help.

It's actually surprising how wimpy some (but not all) of these celebrities were before their miraculous transformations.

The "Comments" section below the article is hilarious. All of those are obviously plants as well. (I tried leaving a comment but it wouldn't take.)


Anonymous said...

I agree with your suspicions on the Comments section. This one
"How well does this stuff work for guys? I'd like to loose a few pounds so I look better with my shirt off!"
was obviously plagiarized from the "Things John Wayne Never Said" blog.

John Craig said...

Anon --

(Just looked for that blog, couldn't find it.)