The world seems to be running out of original ideas – perhaps too many people are on prescription medication. The candy pills mentioned in the article below is not only non-creative, it is a reflection of what we have too much of already in this world – medication and can lead to drug abuse.
It is also an indication of what is to come – more drug addiction treatment if we don’t start changing what we expose our kids too.
“For anyone who ever smoked candy cigarettes as a kid, the fun wasn’t so much in eating the chalky candy, but in the attempt to look like an adult and blow out a puff of sugar, just like a real cigarette. The fake cigarettes are still around, but smoking candy and fruit flavored cigarettes has been illegal in the United States since 2009 as a way to stop teenagers from smoking.
The fun of mimicking an adult continues, with Pop! Pills Candy by Lisa Perry. Perry’s fashion and other products are modeled on her love of 1960s art and fashion, and while the store looks to be aimed at women shoppers, teenage girls could be attracted to the store too and could see the fun in popping candy pills.”
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