People are smoking bug spray now??

I don't understand people. I can't comprehend what would make someone want to smoke, snort, inject, or otherwise ingest something that's meant to KILL living things. I mean, common sense tells me that's not a good idea. I don't even let bug spray stay on my HANDS for more than a few minutes before washing them! I'm certainly not putting it IN my body!

But believe it or not, people are putting bug spray in their tobacco and lighting up in order to get high. Yep, you read that right. I'm talking about the can of bug spray that's probably under your kitchen sink, or on the shelf in the garage as we speak. 

Supposedly, smoking this stuff puts the user in a catatonic, almost zombie-like state. (sounds fun, huh?!) Some side effects include difficulty breathing, convulsions, coma and psychotic behavior. (again, SO fun!)

And, the effects of smoking bug spray only worsen when it's used with hard drugs. Which...let's be honest, if you even considered smoking bug spray, chances are, you're already high on something. I'm just being real. 

Anyway, in case you thought kids eating Tide Pods wasn't dumb enough, here's a new thing we need to be on the lookout for. I know I make jokes about it, but in all honesty, keep an eye on your kids. Some moron friend of theirs might try to convince them it's a good idea, so just make sure you know what they're up to. Click the link below for more info about this seriously messed-up trend.


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