Hello everyone, welcome to another week of
my show, “‘Winks’ with Cynthia Tiddly.” I’m your host, Cynthia Tiddly, and this week we’ve
got some new and different things going on. Word has gotten out about our show, and we’ve
gotten a backer now, a pharmaceutical company, and uh, instead of having a normal interview
this week, we are going to have a few words from them, the makers of the drug, Klixanderol.
Welcome. Thank you so much. It’s another week, and I’m still dealing with
my moderate to severe S.N.W.O., or Spontaneous Nasal Wart Onset. I had tried everything,
it seemed — even stayed inside to avoid the unexpected embarrassment. Until one day, my
doctor told me about Klixanderol. Applied twice daily, Klixanderol works with the body’s
own immune system to shut down the virus causing Spontaneous Nasal Wart Onset. Klixanderol is not without side effects, and
should not be used by women who are pregnant or nursing, or by men who suffer from erectile
dysfunction. Long-term use of Klixanderol has been shown to impair vision and lead to
kidney failure. In clinical trials, only 2% of patients experienced stroke, heart attack,
or sudden death. Stop using Klixanderol if your face becomes swollen and yellow, or if
you experience chest pain that does not go away after 4 hours. Common side effects include
headaches and foaming at the mouth. Thanks to Klixanderol, I’ve got my life back! Ah, thank you so much, makers of Klixanderol.
I should also mention at this time that the FDA has not yet approved that drug, ah, but
stay tuned. And thank you, viewers. We’ll be back next Thursday with another normal
interview, and, um, if you can really call the interviews that I regularly do “normal,”
um, but in the meantime, please spread the word, as always, um, subscribe, and give it
a thumbs up if you like it. Thank you so much. Cynthia Tiddly.