Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Smarties Gets Snorted and Smoked?

New Trend of Kids Snorting Candy Can Have Dire Results

"Health officials warn that not only can the powder cause irritation, it can lead to the horrifying prospect of nasal maggots,  lung infections and internal bleeding.

The potential hazards can result if flies, attracted to the rotting candy, lay eggs inside the nasal passages."
Who were these health officials? Sounds more like a good quote than a possible outcome. I'm assuming there have been zero related cases of nasal maggots related to sniffing candy.

Did you know Mega Smarties came out?