Galery & News for Tide Pod Challenge Videos
YouTube cracks down on Tide Pod challenge videos - USA Today8 hours ago Google streaming service says it will remove videos of teens eating laundry gel pods in "Tide Pod challenge" videos.
YouTube is taking down Tide Pod Challenge videos and oh my god11 hours ago I'm not the first person to write this on the internet, and I won't be the last, but good lord, DO NOT EAT TIDE PODS. Unfortunately, what started as a fairly ridiculous meme about how delicious-looking the detergent-filled gel pods are has spiraled into a dangerous meme, with people actually filming
Teens eat laundry detergent for dangerous Tide Pod challenge16 hours ago A dangerous internet trend, involving eating laundry detergent, is sweeping across social media. Titled the 'Tide Pod challenge', it involves filming yourself biting into the pods. Chris Pratt shares video after farm toRead More · 1:07min · 18-wheeler truck slides down hill andRead More · 1:00min.
YouTube Removing Tide Pod Challenge Videos | Time10 hours ago YouTube is removing videos of people taking part in the 'Tide Pod Challenge,' in which teens eat laundry detergent on purpose.
YouTube yanks videos showing dangerous 'Tide Pod challenge9 hours ago Teens are eating Tide Pods on purpose and filming themselves doing it. Procter & Gamble. YouTube is taking steps to shut down a viral video trend in which people post recordings of themselves purposely ingesting laundry detergent. The so-called Tide Pod challenge, which involves people eating the
Health officials sound alarm over Tide Pod Challenge - YouTube1 day ago Health officials are sounding the alarm over the Tide Pod Challenge. Teenagers have been taking to social media, posting videos of themselves putting the det
WOW! Tide Pod Challenge Hits New Level Of Stupid, The Meghan2 days ago Re H&M: But Phil, remember in your last video regarding this (on the 11th), you said, "the intent doesn't matter. The perception is what matters" They perceived huge amount of racism on the part of H&M, and acted accordingly to how they perceived it should be dealt with. Maybe perception isn't what
Tide pod challenge: What is it, and why is the viral video dare7 hours ago 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 boiling water on
This guy tried vaping a Tide pod and it didn't go so well - NME22 hours ago The Tide Pod Challenge has been a viral sensation in recent weeks, with people posting clips online of them trying to eat the detergent pods – despite warnings from Tide and health experts. Despite the warnings, an Instagram user who specialises in vape tricks recently shared a video of himself trying to
Hey, “Tide Pod challenge” people, YouTube has had it with you13 hours ago Well, here's a sentence I never thought I'd have to write: YouTube has released a statement in response to a viral trend in which people are posting videos of themselves purposely ingesting laundry detergent. The so-called “Tide Pod challenge,” which reportedly began as a joke, has become enough of a
FACT CHECK: Is the 'Tide Pod Challenge' a Real Thing?3 days ago Yes, people really are putting laundry detergent in their mouths and posting videos online.
Tide Pod Challenge - Maxim15 hours ago But I guess he's the only person on earth dumb enough to blow smoke rings with laundry detergent, so I'll give him brownie points for creativity. I just want to take a moment to look at my favorite moment in the entire video: haha. You know what makes this whole "Tide Pod Challenge" situation super sad?
Why internet craze the 'Tide pod challenge' is dangerous, potentially1 day ago Spring cleaning may be several months away, but laundry detergent is making big headlines this week as a dangerous stunt called the “Tide Pod Challenge” is going viral on YouTube and other social media platforms. The challenge is for participants –- primarily teens and young adults, in the videos