There are a lot of weird things out there on the internet, but vodka tampons might just the big level thing. Apparently, this bizarre trend – where women and teens insert vodka infused tampons into their vaginas – is growing in popularity, and some people seem to really enjoy it!
Is this something you want to be part of? Let’s take a closer look at this strange trend…
What are Vodka Tampons and how to use them?
Vodka tampons are a new way to get drunk. They work just like regular tampons, you put the vodka inside the tampon and then use it like a regular tampon. The vodka is absorbed by the cotton and then goes into your bloodstream. The vodka tampons are made out of cotton, so they are easy to use.
There are a few reasons why vodka tampons are becoming popular among teens:
- First, they are convenient. You can just grab them and go.
- Secondly, they are used to avoid the smell of alcohol from breath.
- And lastly, you can not gain any more calories than actual vodka.
Are vodka tampons safe to use?
No, the vodka-soaked tampon method is risky and can lead to serious health consequences. Teen girls who use the method may experience blurred vision, vomiting, and even death. If you know someone who is using the method, please talk to them about the dangers of this practice and encourage them to stop.
Why Teens Using Dangerous Tactic of Vodka Tampons?
A vodka-soaked tampon is a dangerous and often ineffective technique used by teenagers to avoid getting caught committing a crime. Teens are using the tactic to avoid getting caught drinking and driving, but it’s also being used to avoid getting caught committing crimes.
When a vodka-soaked tampon is inserted into the vagina, it quickly absorbs the alcohol and becomes saturated. This makes it difficult for law enforcement to detect the presence of alcohol in the girl’s system. Some teens believe that this tactic will make them less likely to be charged with a crime.
If you’re considering using vodka tampons during your next period, be aware that there isn’t much research actually supporting their use.