Wednesday, October 19, 2011

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"Is It Low T?" Is the Funniest Medical Related Question I've Ever Seen


I haven't stopped laughing at this since I saw it at 7:45am today when this commercial came on during the Today Show.

The commercial comes out swinging for the emasculating fences. It starts with a dude looking depressed as fuck sitting on a couch watching football. Then it awkwardly transitions to him getting up, turning off the tv, and looking out the window at a limitless meadow. That's never happened to any dude ever. Next, it shows a dude playing basketball and inexplicably subbing himself out and just leaving the gym. Yet another event where that shit just never happened. Then James Earl Jones, or some dude with an absurd voice comes on and asks, "Is It Low T?" and the dude shakes his head yes. This was a lot to handle at 7:45, but for the slower readers, the "T" stands for testosterone. Apparently, there are dudes out there that have no interest in football, give up during the middle of a basketball game, have no interest in sex...and they're not gay. My brain isn't allowing me to believe that.

Sure there may have been a Cleveland Browns-Seattle Seahawks game that I cut off, maybe there was a pickup game that was going nowhere and we all agreed to stop, and I won't even get into the sex scenario because that has literally happened zero times. But damn, do I have low testosterone? Looks like I'm done with career aspirations, hot chicks, and rec. league championships.

Probably should have watched Colt McCoy duke it out with Tavaris Jackson rather than have my balls shrivel up to my diaphragm.


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  1. Anonymous said... October 20, 2011 at 7:59 AM

    I didn't watch the jets game this monday because they suck. do I have low t?

  2. Dub Jeezy said... October 20, 2011 at 3:03 PM

    a deleted scene from the commercial featured a fat dude sitting alone in his basement writing in fiery comments to his favorite blog praying that the lead writer responds to him.

    based on that, I'd say you're probably ok.

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