New Drug Helps Creatives Suffering From Ideation Dysfunction
ATLANTA — For one out of six creatives, Ideation Dysfunction (ID), is a very real, and disturbing, problem. While most creatives take joy out of concepting, people with ID feel pressured to deliver big ideas and therefore cannot perform. They’re intimidated by other creatives during brainstorms and cannot think of any ideas even after hours of brainstorming. Luckily for them, pharmaceutical company, Hexcogia, has developed a drug, “Ideagra,” to help them perform when the moment presents itself. However, Ideagra runs at $159 a pill, and as of now, is not covered by health insurance companies.
Talk with your creative director to see if Ideagra is right for you. Side effects of Ideagra may include, but are not limited to:
- Rhythmic flatulence
- Long brainstorms due to increased creativity*
- Overinflated ego
- Thoughts of career suicide
- Laughing at highly inappropriate situations
- Facial baldness
- The desire to lick trees
*If you have a brainstorm that lasts more than 4 hours, get medical help right away.