A 13 year old boy from Ohio overdoses on Benadryl after trying to copy a Tik Tok challenge.
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Play stupid games, win stupid prizes. TikTo should moderate more and remove that kind of content or at least make it inaccessible for children. But really it’s the people who create these dangerous challenges that are to blame.
Then why even make such a comment with such a soulless, cold-hearted response of “play stupid games, win stupid prizes”? Would you want someone speaking about the death of your brother or sister in such a disrespectful, despicable manner? This is still an incredibly impressionable, attention-seeking child we are talking about after all. Trends, peer pressure, blindly following the crowd, etc can make even adults do all types of stupid, rediculous things, yet you wanna get on the case of a deceased child?
Just pathetic of you really.
Oh come on sweet summer child, I was not talking about this specific boy, but the trend of this kind of inadequate challenges in general. Nowadays people just seek the reasons to feel offended.
It’s 100% brainwashing.
Look at what a screen made someone do.
Nobody makes anyone do anything via statement alone. You can be coerced and under duress, but you are a sovereign being and still responsible for your actions.
Being manipulated doesn’t remove culpability.