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Drift off anywhere with Breathe Right strips

Judging by this commercial from CBGrey in Paris, Breathe Right nasal strips are strong enough to prevent snoring no matter how dull your theatrical experience is. I really could have used one or two of those in 9th-grade biology, although wearing one to class might have been what poker players call a "tell" that I was going to fall asleep at some point. I'm assuming the ushers at this play would have caught that, too. Still, Breathe Right could market the differing strengths of its product by playwright—Neil Simon for light snorers, Brecht for moderate cases, and Chekhov for log sawing that could pulverize granite.

—Posted by David Kiefaber

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