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Did these idiots really believe those ads?

What morons. Now, this lawsuit needs to be tossed out — they are upset that their “male enhancement supplements” didn’t work as advertised. (Reuters):

In the latest case, filed on Jan. 21 in New Jersey state court, plaintiff Michael Coluzzi claimed he paid $59.95 for a 30-day supply of Alzare pills but “experienced no increase in penis size,” and then was unable to collect a promised refund from manufacturer Alzare LLC of Boca Raton, Florida.

…Coluzzi’s attorney, Stephen DeNittis, said many men had been taken in by dubious claims that the product would add up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) to their penises by “very, very convincing” advertising, such as infomercials featuring doctors and porn stars.

Come on, people. Have you ever seen those Enzyte ads (another of these supplements)? You’d have to be up and watching some random cable channel around 2AM to catch them. Kate and I found them really creepy,. The guy in the commercial (above) has this weird smile plastered on his face throughout. Wonder what kind of acting jobs this guy gets now?

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