Teenagers Now Snorting Condoms Instead Of Eating Tide Pods

Quite the glimpse into the future Democrat voters of America, eating Tide Pods and snorting condoms. And liberals want to give these kids the right to vote?

Looks like their initiative to make our youth as stupid as possible is working well.

Did these kids participate in the “eat paint chips” challenge in elementary school because that would explain a lot!

Watch if you dare… It’s NASTY!

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Teenagers have moved on to snorting condoms rather than eating tide pods, according to a Fox News Monday report.

Just when you thought it could not get worse, teenagers decided to amp up the “Tide Pod Challenge” by trying out the “Condom Challenge:” sticking a condom up their nostrils, inhaling it then pulling it out from their throats, Fox News reported. This bizarre challenge is nothing new; the earliest recording of a person snorting a condom was back in 2007. However, the challenge went viral on social media in 2018.

This fad might be taking off on social media, however, it also reaps many health risks. A condom, comprised of latex, rubber and covered in spermicide, can damage the inner lining of the nose. Condom snorting can also block your breathing and cause you to choke, especially since the prophylactic is much larger than a nostril, according to Bruce Y. Lee, an associate professor of international health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, in a Forbes column. More

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