Raid Bug Spray is the New Tide Pod
‘Raiding’ is a new fad, something akin to the Tide Pod Challenge
It started with hyperventilating and having your friends press on your chest until you passed out. Then it was huffing paint. Next was the “whip it” phenomenon, using keyboard cleaners to get high. Then lacing your marijuana cigarette with codeine, licking toads, and eating a tide pod. Now it’s ingesting Raid bug spray. The fad is referred to as “Raiding”, and is exploding in popularity thanks to a Worldstar hip hop feature video.
The idea is simple, put on a gas mask smoking device and blast it full of bug killer. Inhale until you are semi-conscious and staring at the lights. Like a bug. The high lasts anywhere from 3-6 minutes, and absolutely isn’t worth it. For one, human skin and eyes are highly sensitive to the toxins used to kill ants and cockroaches. Raiding also kills more brain cells than a head butting contest with a ram, or jumping into a ditch neck first.
“Dude! I’m totally raided.” said Raiders. The ‘Raid State’ is similar to a manic psychotic episode, and can sometimes last for days after the high. The Tide Pod thing was sufficiently embarrassing, but this is too much. If you have a pile of ants in your kitchen, by all means. Otherwise, use actual recreational drugs to get messed up and save the cockroach killer for infestations.