Recently, I engaged in a bit of a Twitter-debate around Internet dangers and kids. Our children are making adult decisions online and it's argued that these protections should be the responsibility of social media companies. Those who oppose restrictions and protections argue that it is up to parents to teach children best judgement and to exercise common sense online. I think this is absolutely absurd.
Vodka-in-a-tampon is allegedly the new rage among under-age drinkers to get drunk. However, I couldn't find a single article on Google verifying that it actually worked. I decided that I would have to test the rumour myself.
It would appear that nobody wants to use their mouth anymore to get drunk. Much to their parents' dismay, teens have long