Is Suboxone actually a play on words? Perhaps there is a much deeper meaning...

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Is Suboxone actually a play on words? Perhaps there is a much deeper meaning...

Post by ZenTrip » Mon Sep 07, 2020 4:50 pm

So I don’t know if there are any gamers present here on our message board. But I noticed something quite peculiar.

We all know the three main competitors: Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft.
I’m much more of a PS4 fan myself, and am really looking forward to the release of the upcoming PS5 console!

However, I can’t help but pay attention to the name of Microsoft’s console, Xbox One
If we simply replace the first ‘X’ for ‘Sub’, you suddenly have the word Suboxone.
Which is funny, because the suffix of ‘sub’ translates to replacing with something else.

If we substitute or exchange the X in Xbox One with the letters ‘Su’, the “b” can then be used in conjunction when the two words are brought together. Finally, we now delete the space in between the two words, we now have the name of our favorite medication!

I do believe this is nearly coincidence and there is no deeper meaning. I just thought it would be funny to point out, is all!

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