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.