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The joke about Tide laundry detergent capsules being fruit-flavored snacks has been circulating on the internet for years. The so-called “challenge” of eating the pods started in 2016, but the ridiculous trend has recently experienced a resurgence thanks to a series of memes depicting the pods as “forbidden fruit.”
NEW Tide Pod Flavors: Fruit Fresh, Ranch, Tangy Cheese, Cool Mint, and Berry BlastComing Spring 2018 #TidePodspic.twitter.com/VoiGEszLuv
“How is it 2018 and we have to warn people to not eat laundry detergent?” wrote Lawrence Police Department on Twitter, while alluding to the trend.
How is it 2018 and we have to warn people to not eat laundry detergent? OK, here goes... Kids, don't eat laundry detergent. Also, don't smoke meth. https://t.co/QoiB698W0L
The warning was prompted by a KSHB report from Phoenix, Arizona, in which toxicologist Dr Frank LoVecchio said doctors have seen multiple cases recently where teens intentionally consume the pods.
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the forbidden fruit pic.twitter.com/ekqHBjDeup— Kim (@kimberly_busch_) January 2, 2018
forget pineapple, in 2018 we putting tide pods on pizza pic.twitter.com/CM1PIOn64I— memes (@memeproviderz) December 31, 2017
How is it 2018 and we have to warn people to not eat laundry detergent? OK, here goes... Kids, don't eat laundry detergent. Also, don't smoke meth. https://t.co/QoiB698W0L— Lawrence Police (@LawrenceKS_PD) January 10, 2018
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