doctorow — 2014-01-17T19:01:33-05:00 — #1
acerplatanoides — 2014-01-17T19:15:00-05:00 — #2
oh, so refined sugar IS the real gateway drug. who knew?
stefanjones — 2014-01-17T19:16:21-05:00 — #3
Note that this refers to the American version of Smarties.
British Smarties, which closely resemble M&Ms, are perfectly safe to snort.
devinc — 2014-01-17T19:18:05-05:00 — #4
Well, if there wasn't a Smartie-snorting epidemic, there is now.
anonkopimi — 2014-01-17T19:20:01-05:00 — #5
Watch me freak out the school counselor. She'll believe ANYTHING I say if it's about drugs or sex. Remember when I told her about Jenkem? Or the sex bracelets?
galaxies — 2014-01-17T19:20:32-05:00 — #6
South County RI: The florida of new england
stefanjones — 2014-01-17T19:20:38-05:00 — #7
Of course, all of these warnings are just going to make reckless youth want to snort Smarties even more.
They'll work the warnings into their teen-lingo. Parents, teachers, and pastors should note use of terms like "Maggot Me, my Homie!" which could mean "Provide me with a hit of Smartie dust, friend!"
"Razor tube" could refer to a rolled up dollar bill, not a tool used for wholesome pastimes such as building model airplanes.
stefanjones — 2014-01-17T19:25:43-05:00 — #8
I find this whole fad highly suspicious.
As far as I know, Smarties are only sold around Halloween, to give cheap-skate homeowners something to give out.
They're second to last candy that Trick-or-Treaters consume. (Jolly Ranchers are the very last.)
So: You just gotta know that the manufacturer of Smarties planted this rumor.
melted_crayons — 2014-01-17T19:28:23-05:00 — #9
saint_al — 2014-01-17T19:29:08-05:00 — #10
Back in the day, it was Pop Rocks. A clean, if Rice Krispies-like experience in your sinus cavity. No imagined maggot danger. Portsmouth, get over it... kids do stupid $#!+ and YouTube has ample evidence of that.
rider — 2014-01-17T19:29:23-05:00 — #11
Next you know they'll be using vodka soaked tampons.
michael_r_smith — 2014-01-17T19:34:42-05:00 — #12
Thats not a smartie, this is a smartie:
crenquis — 2014-01-17T19:35:17-05:00 — #13
Smarties in the US are made with dextrose. A pretender that is literally half the sugar that sucrose is... If they were still made out of sugar, I might be snorting them.
I'm wondering if nose maggots would help keep my sinus cavities clear or if they would simply add to the mucosal mess?
Edit: Nevermind -- nope, nope, nope
wesrand — 2014-01-17T19:46:43-05:00 — #14
Portsmouth isn't in South County. And you think South County is Florida because beaches?
zuludaddy — 2014-01-17T19:47:59-05:00 — #15
Swamp Yankees FTW - I was married to one...
(and despite local colloquialisms, there's no "South County" proper... Would Newport County be included in there, anyway?)
wesrand — 2014-01-17T19:53:40-05:00 — #16
Aquidneck Island is its own little world.
missy_pants — 2014-01-17T19:54:18-05:00 — #17
Nope, those are ROCKETS.
wesrand — 2014-01-17T19:58:12-05:00 — #18
Those look like the Smarties I remember Smarties
Edit: "Smarties" are called "Rockets" in Canada?
mikea — 2014-01-17T20:07:56-05:00 — #19
Non-existent risk. Hysteria.
The super should be encouraged to retire.
Now if he warned about those Mickey & Stars tattoo blotter acids that were being found willy-nilly everywhere, then....
boundegar — 2014-01-17T20:12:12-05:00 — #20
Not at all - they're available in my office candy jar even as we speak... er... type. But I personally prefer NECCO.
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