Kids using Molly on YouTube
These days with all the social media and accessibility to the Internet not much goes unseen. One of those things that are being seen more commonly on the infamous and famous site YouTube is kids using molly.
Kids using molly on YouTube is becoming more and more common because their friends think it’s funny when their pals are tripping so hard they don’t know what dimension they are in. Multiple kids have posted videos of themselves dancing on molly on YouTube to show how fun it can be and also how great of dancers they are. Not quite.
Not only are kids using molly on YouTube not funny but it is also perpetuating a stigma that it is ok to take and use molly, that is fun, and that it is not dangerous.
The truth about molly is that it is extremely dangerous and to the normal public eye (or those of us who aren’t on the same dimension you are when you post videos of yourself using molly on YouTube) is that you come off as crazy and the images are disturbing. Everything you say doesn’t make any sense, you seem loony and well its actually not funny to those who have never tripped, rolled, or “expanded their mind”.
There are videos of kids using molly on YouTube. For instance this one which shows two guys talking about…wait for it…PROTEIN?! Not only are they talking about protein but everything they are saying about protein makes absolute no sense. Sorry, but humor has to have some point and this, well this just pointless.
Kids using molly on YouTube is not only harmful for their image but it can also put in danger other people who unknowingly or unwillingly appear in the video. Posting videos of yourself using drugs can spread to millions of households and you’ll have no control over it once it’s upload. You’re also sending dangerous message to younger kids and teens everywhere. This drug seems fun but the truth is it can cause some serious brain damage if used long term and more. Here are some negative side effects of kids using molly:
Effects reported by some users once the acute effects of MDMA have worn off include:
- Anxiety and paranoia
- Impaired attention, focus, and concentration, as well as drive and motivation (due to depleted serotonin levels)
- Residual feelings of empathy, emotional sensitivity, and a sense of closeness to others (afterglow)
- Dizziness, lightheadedness, or vertigo
- Loss of appetite
- Gastrointestinal disturbances, such as diarrhea or constipation
- Aches and pains, usually from excessive physical activity (e.g., dancing)
- Jaw soreness, from bruxism
For those who’ve watched the videos and think it’s cool and fun why don’t you go ahead and search for videos of people who wake up hung over, wasted or dope sick? That’ll show you what happens when reality kicks in. Using drugs is not cool, period and posting yourself doing it on YouTube has so many negative repercussions. Videos of teens doing drugs on YouTube can get them grounded by their parents, suspended or expelled from school, or locked up in jail. Be smart, stay away from drugs and don’t do something that you can’t take back.