If only everyone knew how easy it can be to solve complex, deap-seated medical problems!


Looks legit – it’s on Wikipedia, after all. I mean, sure, there’s a disclaimer – but they only have to put those in for legal reasons. Stoopid lawyers!

Now if only the medical community could be convinced… of course, they’re all in thrall to Big Pharma, who don’t want anyone to be cured of anything, ever, as long as they keep buying those pills! But maybe we can find some vibrational frequencies that will help them get the message!

But wait – there’s more!


Don’t worry – if you imagine that you might have an iAspirin iAllergy, you could always try this one:


I’ve never lost mine, mate, but for those who have:


And finally:


YAWN. See – it works!

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8 Responses to iFacepalm

  1. Bunch of iArse, iFyouaskme.

  2. Dammit, what I *meant* was:

    Bunch of iArse, iThink.

  3. Steve Caplan says:

    Throw away the zoloft, tylenol, benadryl, viagra!
    Only problem is that I don’t have an iphone…

  4. Mike says:

    iCan haz iCrackCocaine vsn plz.

  5. that is great – but you know where there is a market….

  6. Bob O'H says:

    Hmm, that gives me an idea. iHomeopathy, anyone?

    Works just as well as the real thing

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