Teens Getting High Off Lip Balm In New ‘Beezin’ Trend

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Teens Getting High Off Lip Balm In New ‘Beezin’ Trend

At least one local news station is reporting that teenagers are engaging in a new trend called “beezin,” which apparently involves applying Burt’s Bees lip balm to the eyelids to experience a tingling sensation from the peppermint oil. What do you think?

  • “I think it’s time we all sat our children down and told them that smoking weed is great and normal.”

    Cassidy Wilcox
    Revenue Agent
  • “If they can find something fun to do with lip balm, then more power to them.”

    Dick Galligan
  • “They wouldn’t have to resort to lip balm if Visine made an eye drop with some balls.”

    Donald Cates
    Insurance Collector