Voiceover guy : "Is head on right for you?"
Then, two female voices started speaking in a conspiratorial manner as if they were discussing feminine hygiene at an Al Qaida convention.
"I just bought head on at the drugstore."
"What is head on?"
"You don't know what head on is?"
"Should I know what head on is?"
They would probably have continued in this vein indefinitely right upto armageddon if it weren't for Faceless Voiceover guy, who, realizing that all that womanly yakking was taking up valuable air time, jumped back in to make his closing statement.
Voiceover Guy : "Head on..available at most pharmacies without a prescription."
End of commercial.
If I asked you "what do you think head on is" and you replied "probably a blowjob simulating gel", I would say, "well, that's what I thought it was too". But it isn't. It's a cure for headaches as explained here. Ok it's not exactly explained there either. It's as if the company that manufactures "head on" went to great lengths to shield consumers from exposure to knowledge about what this product actually does for you.
But when you think about it, you realize that it makes great business sense. Say you are the maker of "head on", as you may well be. "What does your product do", someone asks you and you tell him with a wink, "why don't you find out for yourself, my friend", and so your friend buys it and uses it and then suddenly the rash on his buttocks is gone 'cause he was too worried about the rash to sit down, and he thinks it was the power of head on that cured him. So now everytime he has a butt-rash, he buys head-on, thus becoming a loyal customer. And similarly, anyone else who has a cold, enlarged prostate, cirrhosis of the liver or lung cancer uses head on and keeps using it. Everyone except the guy with lung cancer, of course, who dies just as he's sniffing his last unprescribed dose of head-on and that was stupid of him 'cause head-on wasn't meant for nasal ingestion anyways.
And on an utterly unrelated note, "Stewart Greenleaf for PA Senate" campaign posters actually have the picture of a green leaf on them. I'm trying to remember if Vote Bush posters were accompanied by pictures of hirsute genitalia.