Monday, February 7, 2011

Splish Splash: Snorting Salts For The Bath

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, here come the bath salts.
Don't get me wrong. Bath Salts have their place.
And that would be the bath tub.
The place they do not belong is up your nose.
Yet, this happens to be the newest trend among the young and the rest of the dumb among us.
I guess they're the new  LSD of the wet set -- hallucinogenic, lethal and in many

I just wonder, how bad can life be that you turn to snorting bath salts to get high?
If you're stressed out, freaked out, lost your job, lost your love, have overwhelming anxiety, depression, whatever, here's a word of advice:
Do not snort the bath salts.
Instead, turn  on your bath tub faucet, empty the bath salts into the tub and soak.

The following article is not mine.
It does a better job than I ever could of  of describing this new bizarre new epidemic.


  1. Are people sniffing actual bath salts, or is "bath salts" just a street name for something else?

  2. they are actually snorting bath salts.