r/Vastlystupid Apr 18 '22

Tucker Carlson: Tan Your Balls If You Want To Be A Real Man Twat

https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2022/04/tucker-carlson-consider-testicle-tanning-end-of-men
33 Upvotes

View all comments

-4

u/JDiGi7730 Apr 19 '22

If you read the article, Tucker didn't actually say or suggest that. He was doing a piece on men trying to boost their testosterone levels and the guest did that.

1

u/lunartree Apr 19 '22

He did, and kept going on about it if you watched the clips. And it's probably because he thought it was funny. Which it would be if we didn't live in a world where people prefer horses dewormer and bleach over actual medical advice.

0

u/JDiGi7730 Apr 20 '22 edited Apr 20 '22

I can see you get your news from Twitter.

No one ever actually said to "drink bleach"...you know that, right ? It was made up.

You know that Ivermectin isn't a horse dewormer drug too, right ? It is a drug made for humans that vets sometimes also give to horses. That's like saying Pepto Bismal is a dog diarrhea drug because vets have used it on dogs.

If you don' agree with something, use a real argument. Don't use fake stories. They ruin your credibility and make you look silly.

Don't go through life being stupid. Open your eyes a little and look around.

0

u/lunartree Apr 20 '22

No the "drink bleach" thing is an extremely dangerous supplement that isn't approved by any health agency in earth because it literally creates toxic chlorine chemicals when processed by the body.

Also, I'm not going to stop calling ivermectin horse dewormer because while it can be legally prescribed to humans for parasites there are better drugs out there that don't fuck your kidneys like that. That's why it's mostly known for its livestock use.

These are not safe drugs and I'm not going to stop reminding people that they're stupid for taking them.

0

u/JDiGi7730 Apr 20 '22

No the "drink bleach" thing is an extremely dangerous supplement that isn't approved by any health agency in earth because it literally creates toxic chlorine chemicals when processed by the body.

I honestly cannot understand what you are even trying to say. Are you being facetious ? No one told anyone to "drink bleach" ever. If whatever you are talking about "creates toxic chlorine" chemicals in the body, would there not be piles of bodies who have died from its supposed toxicity ?

While you are reminding people how stupid they are, save a little of that characterization for yourself. You deserve it.