Spicy Chips, Snack Foods Sending Kids To ER

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Spicy Chips, Snack Foods Sending Kids To ER

Doctors across the country are reporting increases in the number of children arriving at emergency rooms with painfully inflamed stomachs after consuming chips and other snack foods with extremely spicy flavorings, such as Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. What do you think?

  • “Spicy chips are, and have always been, a tough man’s food.”

    Miguel Orosco
    Moccasin Sewer
  • “My son’s okay with hot stuff, but he can’t have dairy, peanuts, shellfish, wheat, or eggs. He can eat fish, but he hates it.”

    Lauren Duboc
    Silverware Salesperson
  • “It’s the price you pay for the lifestyle.”

    Jonas Simmons
    Hull Builder