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If you don’t know by now, condom snorting -- yes you heard right – has become the latest trend on YouTube with videos featuring kids inhaling condoms into their noses and pulling them out of their mouths as part of a “condom challenge.”
But what may seem ridiculously funny really isn’t, and it’s caught the attention of some famous faces, including Ellen DeGeneres, who are imploring kids to stop snorting condoms simply for the attention and YouTube hits.
In fact, YouTube has removed all of the condom snorting videos for violating its terms of service, including the video by YouTube user "Savannah Strong" that got the most recent attention where she snorts condoms while Taylor Swift's "22" plays in the background.
But what you may not know is this phenomenon has been around for a while, with one video posted back in 2007, and not just in the U.S., according to ABC News.
Like the PSA says, just stop it. It's not cute. And like the folks in the video caution, one of those condoms could get stuck in your windpipe.
Watch the PSA below and spread it around:
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