A blonde walks into a pharmacy and begins searching through the deodorant section. She looks at item after item, shaking her head each time and replacing things back on the shelf.
The cashier watches this for a little while, then decides maybe it’s time to step in.
“Excuse me,” says the cashier. “Can I help you find something?”
The blonde looks embarrassed and whispers back, “Yes, I think so. I’m looking for some rectal deodorant.”
“I’m sorry,” says the cashier. “Did you say ‘rectal deodorant’? I’m afraid we don’t have anything like that here.”
“Oh, yes,” replies the blonde. “I’m sure you do. I got my last supply at this store.”
Perplexed, the cashier calls the pharmacist over and explains the situation.
“Miss,” says the pharmacist. “I can assure you that we don’t have anything like rectal deodorant in this store.”
The blonde (who’s getting a bit agitated at this point) replies, “Look, I know I’m blonde, but I’m not stupid. I got my last container at this very store!”
“By any chance do you still have the container?” asks the pharmacist.
“As a matter of fact, I do,” replies the blonde, reaching into her handbag and pulling out the empty container. She shows it to the pharmacist and cashier and says proudly, “See! Right here it says: ‘To use, push up bottom!'”