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Glade Anti-Flu Stranger Spray Hits Store Shelves

The growing number of Americans who don't trust vaccines or just don't like needles can rest easy this winter flu season, thanks to a new innovation from Johnson % Johnson.

It's called BUG-OFF, and it's a topical antiviral spray that can be applied to the face and hands of up to 60 people who look like they may be sick, without causing eye or skin irritation.

The product is available in 3 fragrances and 2 flavors - cherry breeze and grape gumdrop. An unscented version is also available for workplaces and other fragrance-free zones.

A nationwide marketing campaign will include free 5-person sample size bottles mailed to the first 2 million people who mention the word flu in either an email or a conversation held within 20 feet of a smartphone.

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Hell no!

Hell no!

Southern Agrarian

What? You don't think this is true?

Fine, it isn't. i made the whole thing up...

"Damn the pandas, full steam ahead"

-Admiral David Farragut

No way

That is just preposterous. Not mocking you Chris. This is just orwellian.

Colchester, New London County, Connecticut

You think this sounds like something out of 1984?

Or-well...

:)

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"Damn the pandas, full steam ahead"

-Admiral David Farragut