If this goes to court, he could always use the April Fools-defense.
vote LoSRH here
“Its getting hot in here …”
Just wanted to note: Because of the conservation of energy, they would most certainly cause terribly intense fires, unless the cells were also converted to something else.
No side effects huh? Well that’s a good thing!
It works so fast it literaly puts you on fire? Give me 10! I just use them to go swimming in winter! T-shirts at -20°c! Summer all over the Year!
Am I the only one that thought liar liar pants on fire when I saw this?
I’d say it’s pretty obvious what’s going on here. The pill OBVIOUSLY has side effects. That man in the suit is either a super hero or a super villain with fire based powers and the pill caused him to activate them by accident!
Well, being part of marketing (probably), I would say that he is used to declaring fallacies and misinformation that result in the spontaneous combustion of his trousers…
Hence the calm expression as he catches on fire (again, probably).
“It’s like a Sauna in here.”
“No Mas Pantalones!”
Well there are no side effects if your naturally evil of course. Other wise just smile and ignore the pointed tail and pitchfork behind my back.
That is the correct answer.
It’s the start of a villian…
How nice it also burns away the fat that the body does need, say hellow generation anorexia.
A new hero was born…
…and they called hime ‘The Fatburner’….
Actually a pill like that already exists IRL, it was invented in the 1960s and failed FDA approval when several of the testers died of heatstroke.
This pill was made IRL, IIRC in the 60s. People died of heatstroke and it was taken off the market.
Modern diet pills are not nearly as effective as that one but still increase risk of heatstroke
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Isn’t this basically the plot of [i]Iron Man 3[/i] ?
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