YouTube Will Punish You For Eating Tide Pods

I honestly cannot believe after two weeks, I am still talking about people eating laundry detergent, but here we are. 

You'd think after the first guy thought the laundry pods looked like candy, ate one, and got really sick and/or died, people would be like no thanks. Instead more and more people are eating them. 

It's so bad that YouTube came out today and said it's also going to give any users that upload Tide Pod challenge videos a strike for violating the company's content rules. If an account gets three strikes within a three-month period, it's removed from the site. 

Facebook has also started cracking down. 

Enough already!!! 

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