There’s a new trend out there, and you’ll be glad you didn’t jump on this bandwagon.
“The Tide Pod Challenge” has got teenagers popping detergent pods in their mouth and biting down on the seal until it releases the colored liquid soap or powdered detergent. Some are even putting these pods in frying pans and cooking them before consuming them.
You can even find Tide Pod recipes on the internet, and teenagers aren’t even a tad nervous about trying them.
BREAKING: Someone on Tumblr has come up with an edible tide pod recipe pic.twitter.com/opiIZzgDk4
— Ryan Broderick (@broderick) January 9, 2018
As you, and every teenager on this planet knows, Tide Pods are NOT food. Supermarkets have had to lock up Tide Pod bags and containers behind locked doors or inside security tabs to prevent teens from getting access to them.
All that being said, this fad still hasn’t run its course. Health experts have broken down just how the candy-looking pods can affect one’s health.
It’s nowhere close to delicious, or funny…