The United States has launched an advertising campaign for a drug that’s made from the bodies of dead dogs.
The ad, which will run across the US and Canada, sees a man named James and a dog named Charlie walking through a supermarket in their home country.
In the commercial, James and Charlie both have grey coats, and Charlie is wearing a grey jacket.
James says he loves the smell of dead dog and has been saving them for years.
“I’m not one to leave them, but when I was younger, we would just hang them on the wall, and I just wanted to see how they would react,” James says.
“When I saw them, I just couldn’t stop smiling.”
“United” is made from dead dogs, so they are supposed to smell like dead dogs in the ads.
If you’re looking for a product with that much of a history, you’d better believe the United States is in the race to the bottom.
The brand, which has also made its name with its products in China, India, and Russia, has already sold nearly half a billion copies worldwide.
Despite its popularity in China and India, United has not yet found success in the US.
The company is currently in talks to sell a drug for Parkinson’s disease, but its current plan is to launch a drug in the next few years.
In addition to the ad, United is also launching a website that will show ads for the drug in all 50 states and territories.
United has a long history in the drug industry, having opened its first store in 1928 in New York City.
The pharmacy is now owned by its parent company, UnitedHealthGroup, which acquired the pharmacy in 2002 for $1.1 billion.