Selling sexual enhancement pills sounds like the easiest job in the world. You take an explosive adjective, throw it on a box covered in naked people, and BAM! It's time to start deciding how to spend your profits.
Except it doesn't always work out that way. Sometimes, when you're focusing all your energy on putting out a dubious "sexual enhancement" product, you can't be bothered to design packaging that makes any kind of sense and/or doesn't look like the pictorial equivalent of a ransom note.
12Stree Overlord Will Let You Bone Like A Street Fighter Character
We haven't played Street Fighter in a long time, but we're pretty sure no button combination in existence will produce this result:
Despite being a brand of penile supplements, Stree Overlord has the name and the mastery of English of a shitty Street Fighter II bootleg, and it will improve your sex life exactly as much. The box art, meanwhile, is pure "DeviantArt with the NSFW filters off" (in fact, we wouldn't be surprised if they lifted it from there). Oh, and that's a leg in the foreground, by the way; using Stree Overlord has not (yet) been proven to cause gigantic penises to erupt from the ground like the monsters from Tremors.
But don't worry. They came up with a fake history for their dick-swelling pills which reads like an entry from a middle school boy's wish fulfillment journal:
via Black Ant Herb
This unregulated penis supplement has more plot than Street Fighter V.
The official site, meanwhile, only mentions that Stree Overlord was developed by the prestigious "Shenglong Medecine Biology Research Center" (fittingly, Sheng Long means "Rising Dragon Punch"). At least we can all agree that this is a more respectful adaptation than the Jean-Claude Van Damme movie.
11iScream Is Hauntingly Obsessed With Making Women Scream
Ladies! Do you hate making normal sex noises? Do you want your neighbors to think that you're being murdered on a roller coaster? Do you want orgasms so potent that you'll forget how to spell "orgasms?" If so, good news: iScreams are the pills for you!
Although judging by the photos, this could easily be a powerful laxative.
iScream is what happens when Big Pharma has a graphics budget of $0.50 because they hired Eli Roth to write the ad copy. "It's time to scream ... in bed ..." sounds like the chilling promise of a serial killer. It doesn't get any better when you visit their Amazon listing and discover that it consists of little more than stock photos of screaming women, which only seems to confirm their "violent felon" demographic.
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