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posted by tracejil in Lifestyle

Just What We Need. Another Way To Get High

May 9, 2012

Who, what, when, how? I don’t know what else to say.

Has anyone heard of the new (I guess it’s new) way kids are getting drunk at school?
Girls and Boys are inserting tampons soaked in alcohol in, well…..you can figure that much out. They say you are slowly and continually allowing the alcohol to seep into your bloodstream throughout the day, without having alcohol breath! Now I am not saying you would pass a breathalyzer test be cause you would not, but it is practically undetectable with a face to face conversation.

I don’t get it. How could someone come up with this? How could you be brave enough to do it at school? Are the brains of America’s youth so mixed up that they must soak themselves in alcohol to deal with school? How will they ever make it in everyday life?

Am I the only one who believes this is NOT ok?

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