Kids Snorting Smarties Candies In Nationwide Trend

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Kids Snorting Smarties Candies In Nationwide Trend

Goaded by thousands of online videos showing the practice, middle school kids across the U.S. have reportedly been crushing up Smarties candies into powder and snorting them, though health officials warn of possibly serious side effects. What do you think?

  • “Middle school is a truly confusing time.”

    Valerie Kleiser
    Domain Name Registrar
  • “Man, those kids are going to feel so dumb when they find out they’re contradicting U.S. health officials.”

    Henry Salant
    Production Supervisor
  • “This is what happens when you take their cigarettes.”

    Francis Benjamin
    Traffic Engineer