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Dude Attempts To Smoke ‘Tide Pods’ From His Bong For Instagram Fame

I fail to understand that why people try to do stupid things just to gain some fame. The fame should never be a point of focus instead one should do what he finds to be interesting and valuable. The fame is a type of thing which never defines success and it’s not permanent. But still, people do everything stupid to get a glimpse of fame. Last time we featured a story where a YouTuber had killed her husband just to film some firing prank. The bullet pierced through the defence and hit her boyfriend which took his life on the spot.

People do stupid things and then they become some sort of meme template on the Internet. The fact is that life is not all about fame and money, there are more things which are worthy and must be taken into consideration. The authorities and doctors are now getting concerned about the teenagers who are consuming detergents as some sort of joke.

Banner Health toxicologist Dr. Frank LoVecchio told ABC15 that the online memes often entice teenagers to get involved in stupid challenges. These days teenagers often perform online challenges like biting onto detergent pacs or consuming it directly. The Valley doctors have recently reported incidents of teens consuming the pods.

These chemical packs are quite dangerous as these can burn the mouth of the consumer and can produce serious damage to food canal, a damage which is beyond comprehension.

The membrane around it, when it dissolves, can cause central nervous system depression, – said LoVecchio

The online memes are found to be a problem which feature laundry pods as a pizza topping or breakfast cereal. Videos are posted on the Twitter which shows people bitting into the detergent pacs and spitting them out later.

The Procter and Gamble, the company producing Tide, told ABC15 that the company researched and implemented the child-resistant packaging. The company also revealed their social campaign for educating children and their parents so that no casualty of the sort might happen in the future. The company plans on educating the parents about the perfect storage place of the containers.

When the company was inquired about the social media memes and jokes, they said:

We have seen no indication of an increase of cases seeking medical treatment amongst infants and teenagers associated with the recent uptick in social media conversation or in consumer calls.

Watch the crazy video below where a teen can be watched completing the stupid Tide Pod challenge.

This is so absurd. I can’t even imagine doing something like this in place of this teen.

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