Hassled worker at a desk in a cubicle world-phones ringing and blinking, someone leaning over the desk demanding a project that's overdue, someone else dropping a stuffed folder onto an already stacked high in-box, and worker furrows brow, rubs forehead-stressed out!
Narrator: Is your world moving along just a little too fast for you? Does it seem that you never have any time for yourself, or even time to think? Wouldn't you like to get away from it all, even for a short while?
Cut to: Same worker, now smiling broadly, in casual/beach clothing, running along a beach at low tide, orchestral music swelling in the background.
Narrator: Well, you can have the time you need to think, and relax, and enjoy your life again. Ask your doctor if Slo-Mo-Quin is right for you.
While people enjoy a picnic, then reading by the fire on a snowy night, then watching a sunset, the narrator continues, sotto voce: In a clinical environment, when Slo-Mo-Quin was tested, side effects experienced were similar to those accompanying a placebo, and included, but were not limited to: sleeplessness, dry mouth, bloating, leg cramps, uncontrolled vocal outbursts, drowsiness, and irritable bowel syndrome. Slo-Mo-Quin should not be taken by those with high or low blood pressure, women who are pregnant or nursing or who will be within the next 5-15 years, children under 12 and men over 19.
Narrator: Slo-Mo-Quin. Just what you need to enjoy life at your pace for a change!