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83.  Zoton Lansoprazole

This entry contains gratuitous references to football.
Anyone not wanting to know the result…look away now.

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And now over to the MugSporters news desk for late-breaking transfer news…
Liverpool, who are cash-rich following their Champions League Qualification and sale of Sqouis Luarez have held what have been described as ‘productive’ talks to sign hotly-tipped, ’emerging’ Italian striker, Zoton Lansoprazole.
The 23 year old who has scored 2 goals in 52 appearances in Serie J is for sale with a £42 million price tag and will be offered a 6 year deal at the Anfield Club.
Zoton said “It is a great honour to be linked with this historic club who I always supported as a child. I’m looking forward much to an early Champions League exit, dropping back into the Top 7 and reaching the 5th round of the Rumbelows Cup”

Disclaimer: All characters appearing in this entry are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, TalkSport, Zlatan Imbrahimovich, Louis Suarez or Fabio Borini either living or dead is purely coincidental.

Anyway, enough of the beautiful game and onto the beautiful mug.
Followers of Mugspotters will know I am no fan of black or even dark blue mugs. Beverages just don’t look appealing in them and usually the print job is in gold making them hard to decipher and even harder to photograph. This Cambridge however bucks the trend somewhat. There’s no scrimping on the full colour print job and features a tasteful glow on the typography. It even utilises the mug innards to continue the message, which is a real rarity on this site.
Leaving my Fantasy football world however Zoton Lansoprazole is actually medication in the form of a Proton pump inhibitor which reduces the amount of acid produced in your stomach.
Here’s hoping this latest entry to our blog is more heart-warming than heart-burning.

Zoton 3

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I ♥ Trade Mugs

50.  Perfan IV: Enoximone

I’m getting emotional.
I never thought we’d reach a half-century of ‘Spots, but here we are.
I thought hard and long about which Trade Mug should grace this milestone entry and this is my choice. I hope you love it as much as I do!
It’s also our  first (and  hopefully not last) foray in the world of drugs (legal) and pharmaceuticals.
It just had to be a Sparta as well. It’s a beautiful duo-coloured design with natty illustration and reassuring tagline.
Anyway, as they say on the L’Oreal, ads: “Here comes the science bit…”
Enoximone (trade name Perfan) is an imidazole phosphodieseterase inhibitor. It is used in the treatment of congestive heart failure and is selective for phosphodiesterase.

It’s interesting that when I last visited my doctors I was looking room the room and saw 3 trade pharmaceutoical related trade mugs and was just itching to get my phone out and snap them.
However I didn’t fancy getting sectioned under the Mental Health Act along with my prescription.  Maybe another day….

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On Personal note I think the Mug reminded me of the cover of
The Church’s ‘Of Skins & Heart’ album. They were 80’s Aussie-Pysche rockers and well worth seeking out if you’re partial to 12-string jangly rickenbackers, paisley shirts and more hooks than Leatherface’s pantry.

..Of Skins and heart, as I come apart, in your icy hands....

..Of Skins and heart, as I come apart, in your icy hands….

Here’s to the next 50………………………..