Gert usually comes into the ramshackle shelter that is this blog by the back door, so she doesn’t see the ads that you see when you come in by the front door. But the other day she did come in by the front door and was horrified to see what you can only call a rash of ads for treatment for toenail fungus. Gert will swear by her favourite bottle of wine that she never ever believed or promoted the idea that her blog mates have toenail fungus. Dementia, obesity, narcolepsy, and all kinds of addictions – possibly. But toenail fungus, never.
But then she wondered why the spirits of WordPress seem to think you need this advice. Can it be that the all-knowing Google has been tracking your searches? To put it as delicately as Gert can, are you really troubled by ungular discomfort?
Of course you don’t have to out yourself in the Comments section. And we really can’t endorse any of the ads. But you may wish to google “Therapeutic snail baths” and “1000 uses for chocolate eclairs” for some good old-fashioned remedies. (Also helpful if you’re troubled by itchy elbows or an overheated nose.)
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