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“At the local Harris Teeter (a supermarket) in Chapel Hill, NC, on any given day you will see people standing out front selling their food stamps for 60 to 70 cents on the dollar (Presumably the government doesn't sanction the funding of nicorette patches and self-help books on alcoholism).”
“Noting how it's hip and cool, and that he chews on gum (probably nicorette).”
“Imus was on nicorette for 20 years or something, then quit recently.”
“Where the boxcars are all empty and the sun shines every day on the birds and the bees and the nicorette trees...”
“My engine runs entirely on nicorette gum burned to a crisp that leaks from my redwax lips to keep the authentic taste of streetwalker.”
“How can you stop smoking when cigarettes cost $4/pack and nicorette costs $50/pack?”
“Will death row inmates now get a blindfold and a piece of nicorette gum to step down their cravings on a schedule they decide?”
“Alex Ward on Twitter: Wozniackis looking good for the win here, shame about the nicorette patch on her shin though!”
“Watch a sneak peak of our never-before-seen commercial now! www. nicorette.com”
“SHARK! www. nicorette.com Ever feel like there's nothing that can take your mind off smoking?”
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Pharmaceutical brand names. I've always been interested in the thoughts these evoke, the root words they're based on, and the millions of marketing dollars pumped into getting them just right. They...
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