On behalf of Medicins san Frontiers, I must take quill in hand to reprimand whomever is responsible for this advertisement, and the consequent incipient threat to international health:
Having a tapeworm is no laughing matter, I can assure you. I have personally extracted specimens of Taenia as large as eighteen meters from children as young as six months of age. We fight a constant battle to bring clean water and sanitation to the developing nations, and the scourge of parasitic flatworms continues to hinder nutrition and education in many parts of the world.
While electricity and television, and hence these "video games" from which you derive your ill-gotten profit, have not yet arrived in many of the communities we serve, it is immensely irresponsible to encourage the children of any nation to ingest these dangerous annelids or their eggs. The cheerful, bespectacled countenance of the worm depicted in your firm's campaign bears little resemblance to the eyeless, tooth-ringed freaks of nature that populate my omnipresent fever dreams, nightshirt flapping in the moonless Sahara night as I wield my dartgun against the encroaching tapeworm hordes. I awake each night screaming in terror as the seething mass engulfs me, and no woman will have me.
If you will not withdraw your irresponsible advert from global circulation, I strongly suggest at the very least that you adopt this more accurate version, which I have undertaken to repair at considerable expense:
Dr. Aminan DeJocque
Medicins sans Frontiers