It's a Myrkl.
Science skepticism appears to be at an all-time high. Well, perhaps not all-time, since no scientists are currently getting burnt at the stake for witchcraft, but there are certainly an awful lot of people who have suddenly become very opinionated on matters of science and medicine that they in all likelihood know very little about. This is predominantly a product of the more general polarisation of the last decade or so, as we’ve also seen a different group of loons taking a Newtonian lurch in the other direction, suddenly becoming enamoured with all things big pharma. Weird times. However, we’ve stumbled upon some scientific progress that everybody can get behind. Very soon, we may no longer need to contend with those dreaded Sundays of stupor and somnolence that follow the Bacchic joy of a Saturday night. Introducing Myrkl, a new hangover-prevention pill. There have been hangover pills in the past, but the difference with this one is that it supposedly actually works. It’s been found to successfully break down 70% of alcohol in the body after just 60 minutes, preventing those nasty headaches the next day. And just for £1 a pill. What could possibly go wrong?*
*Disclaimer: if you do take Myrkl and happen to have any nasty side effects, we are in no way endorsing it as a product and as such cannot be held accountable. Maybe you shouldn’t trust all the medical advice you read online.Read Original Story