During the Olympics, an advertisement for a medication for treating major depressive disorder (MDD) caught my attention. It aired appropriately after I became depressed that Apollo Ohno was disqualified in the speed skating short track:
Cymbalta is not recommended for children under 18.
What children is it recommended for then? Grandchildren under 18? Men and women 19 and above who never grew up?
You know what the ad means, but that’s not what it says. Some auditors write that way, and if you’re familiar with the test performed, you might be able to decipher the work papers. Otherwise, good luck.