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Matrix Multi Vitamins

Do you take the red pill, or the blue pill?
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A line of theme vitamins aimed at "The Matrix" fans. (fans of the original, not the two other crapy ones). Inside there are two types of pills, red pills, and blue pills, both exactly the same nutritionaly speaking.

Also comes in tasty chewable ones for kids. Displaying miniaturized versions of Neo, Agent Smith, etc.

thelambs, Mar 23 2004

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       Fans of "The Matrix" will buy anything.
hippo, Mar 24 2004
  

       "theme vitamins"? Healthy adults shouldn't be taking vitamins at all. Maybe if they were some kind of candy I wouldn't bone this.
kropotkin, Mar 24 2004
  

       This verges close on [marked-for-deletion] "Wasn't that cool, that thing I saw in the movie? Wouldn't it be neat if it were real?" Does a non-functioning thing copied from a move qualify? It's certainly staggeringly unoriginal.
DrCurry, Mar 24 2004
  

       [admin: I'm ignoring the MFD; it would apply if the poster's pills had the same effect as those in the movie. But this is just marketing, not imitation.]
jutta, Mar 01 2008
  

       Unless these pills either cause memory loss or activate a trace program that ejects you from reality, the MFD is unwarranted.   

       I have a feeling you're going to end up with a LOT of blue pills left over.
Shadow Phoenix, Mar 01 2008
  
      
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