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Has anyone posted that one video of the girl rinsing her cooked beef in a colander?I've definitely seen an uptick in Tik Tok-esque "bad food recipe" videos lately. That's one of them, I've also seen videos where people dissolve and cook potato and corn chips as parts of recipes and I think...I think they're parody. I hope it anyway.
Eeeh, a lot of vape/smoking products get kickbacks for being right at the cash register in corner stores/gas stations, at the eye level of kids (this varies by state but there's usually some version).I wouldn't call hard cider a hard liquor?
I'm totally fine with this. The problem with making drugs that look like candy is historically a "don't indoctrinate the underaged" thing, where big tobacco companies would sell nicotine-products directly to kids. Don't make advertisements for this on tiktok, and don't put it in grocery stores and you'll be fine.
Yeah, that's the kind of sales tactic/distribution I was talking about avoiding. Don't do scuzzy shit like this and be responsible about it and it's fine. I'm honestly a lot more worried about hard seltzers. The way that shit is glamorized and glorified in media and advertising aimed at teenagers is beyond problematic, and it's got the weight of the entire alcohol industry behind it at this point versus being a one-off joke by a microbrewery. Shit like White Claw is ubiquitous and crazy popular with underaged drinkers. By contrast, microbrewery ironic juice boxes are like drinking straws to global pollution.Eeeh, a lot of vape/smoking products get kickbacks for being right at the cash register in corner stores/gas stations, at the eye level of kids (this varies by state but there's usually some version).