Just when you thought it was safe, the woo peddlers are trying desperately to get in our pants! In their defense, they are only trying to get in lady pants but donâ€™t think you are too safe boys because itâ€™s only a matter of time before they try to neutralize the ions in your private parts too. Just remember you were warned here first!
I promised to share with you my findings from the wacky world of woo while on my crafty California and Nevada road trips and honestly, I donâ€™t even have to try to look for things because apparently the positive ions (in my pants) make me a woo magnet and some creepy guys handed me this flyer while repeating the words â€œresidual income.â€
Thatâ€™s right my friends, there is now a company trying to sell us magic maxi pads! With more scientific jargon than a comic convention and more bullshit than a burger factory, the latest in pyramid schemes appears to have something to do with negative ions and your crotch.
Iâ€™m not sure what I should be more offended by, the fact that this company preys specifically on women and makes false and possibly dangerous health claims (â€œhelps control tumorsâ€ Really?) or how about the fact that they blatantly distort science (â€œmagnetic far-infrared natural invisible raysâ€) or that they prey on poor people during a recession who are hoping to make an honest living? Either way, the real â€œmoisture absorbing SAPâ€ is the guy who handed me this flyer.