FACT CHECK: Is the 'Tide Pod Challenge' a Real Thing?
In January 2018, millions of cable TV viewers had their first encounter with the “Tide pod challenge”—an online and social media phenomenon in which someone with a camera (usually a teenager) films themselves biting into one of the laundry detergent pods. “A government watchdog is expressing
Teens are eating laundry detergent for the "Tide Pod Challenge" - CBS News
A government watchdog is expressing concern over the dangerous misuse of a laundry detergent. In this latest social media fad, teenagers are putting detergent pods in their mouths in what's being called the "Tide Pod Challenge." Ingredients in the pods include ethanol, hydrogen peroxide and polymers
YouTube is pulling Tide Pod Challenge videos | TechCrunch
People doing stupid stuff on the Internet is hardly news. To wit: The Tide Pod Challenge, in which YouTubers have been filming themselves eating — or, we really hope, pretending to eat — laundry detergent pods. Why? Uh, because they’re brightly colored?? We guess??????? Obviously this is
Georgia teen among those sickened in 'Tide Pod Challenge' | WSB-TV
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Tide Pod Challenge: What To Know - Simplemost
If it seems like there’s a new internet challenge every time you turn around—you’re right. While the Ice Bucket Challenge was harmless and supported a good cause, others are not so innocent. Social media has only spurred the spread of dangerous “challenges ...
Tide pod challenge: What is it, and why is the viral video dare dangerous? - The Washington Post
First, it was the “gallon challenge” and the “cinnamon challenge.” Then some teenagers started playing the “bath-salt challenge.” They have dared each other to pour salt in their hands and hold ice till it burns, douse themselves in rubbing alcohol and set themselves ablaze, and throw
Facebook and YouTube are removing 'Tide Pod Challenge' videos
In the year 2018, nobody expected human society would need an intervention to stop people from eating (drinking?) laundry detergent. And yet, actual thinking people are recording themselves consuming Tide Pods, which inspires others to follow suit on camera, begetting an endless cycle of Darwinian
Procter & Gamble looking to stop dangerous "Tide Pod Challenge" trend - CBS News
NEW YORK - Procter & Gamble says it's working to stop the "Tide Pod challenge," a social media-fueled trend in which teenagers eat single-load laundry detergent packets. The American Association of Poison Control Centers warned last week that it had seen a spike in teenagers eating the detergent
The Tide Pod Challenge: proof that humanity is doomed?
YouTubers have been uploading videos of themselves eating those detergent pods you stick in the washing machine with your clothes. ... There’s been an outcry from parents, Tide and anyone with half a brain. As a result, most Tide Pod Challenge videos have been ...
Tide pod challenge: Teens 'eat' detergent pods, post videos online
As part of a dangerous new online challenge, teens are putting laundry pods in their mouth. It all started as jokes. The lure of Tide Pods, which look almost like candy, broke into satirical conversations as early as 2015 when The Onion published column from the perspective of a child who wanted
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