Kids Smoking Smarties

Story: Candy-Maker Tries To Ignore Kids Pretending To Smoke On YouTube

Research shows that a new trend for pre-teens is posting how-to videos explaining the finer points of crushing up smarties, inhaling the dust, and then puffing out powered sugar. "Titus" featured above, is apparently one of the more popular connoisseurs.

I don't see what the big deal is here.
  1. Smarties will see a boost in sales in the pre-teen market.
  2. Kids will develop the skills necessary to become full fledged smokers when they turn 13, giving a much needed revenue boost to the tobacco companies.
  3. Kids are learning valuable lessons in video production.
How many of their teachers could even post a youtube video, let alone blow smoke rings from pressed sucrose.

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