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Introducing Charlie Sheen Bath Salts!

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More accurately, Charley Sheene Bath Powder.

We didn't know this, but apparently the new trendy drug to shove up your nose is your mom's bath salts she buys to add a sweet lavender scent to her one relaxing moment a week. Someone figured out that bath salts are actually synthetic, hallucinogenic stimulants if consumed (which is why it says “not for human consumption” on the package) and now, everyone's getting high by snorting the stuff.

Cue the marketing ploy!

The latest strand of salts being peddled around the web is Charley Sheene. You'll recall that Charlie Sheen, the actor, once claimed he was on the drug called "Charlie Sheen." Now, for $44.99 per half gram, you can be on the knock-off brand, but still act just as uncontrollably crazy.

Yeah, snorting bath salts really isn't a joke. Side effects include paranoia, delusions and violent behavior. According to one report, this guy in West Virginia went on a three day bathy bits bender and ended up stabbing his neighbor's goat to death, while wearing women’s lingerie.

If that sounds like a good time to you…we're thinking its time for rehab, STAT!

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14 comments to “Introducing Charlie Sheen Bath Salts!”



  1. 1

    Perez,

    This is the first time I have ever been ashamed to read your website. The way you wrote about this new drug is disgusting. These "bath salts" are a highly addictive new drug that cause dangerous and suicidal behaviors. I am a nurse and I can tell you that I have already seen cases of suicide and self mutilation, including a man cutting his own face off.

    Next time, before putting something on your website do a little research into what you are advertising. Since that is basically what you are doing.

    Take responsibility for the fact that you have an impact and what you say reaches a lot of people.



  2. 2

    I wonder how many kids will die trying to emulate his ahole.



  3. 3

    Ew, it sounds like the coke version of salvia (fake weed). No thanks,



  4. 4

    Several teenagers/young adults were using bath salts at a party, only ten minutes away from my house, in the suburbs of Minneapolis. Many of them overdosed, resulting in at least one death and many hospitalizations. It's a scary drug, and kids are ordering it right on the internet and having it shipped to their homes. The sooner this is made illegal, the better.



  5. 5

    Definitely NOT something to mess around with. A guy in a town near mine killed his 5 year old son and was found with his dead wife in the back of the car after he shot himself at the end of a high speed police chase. This substance was found in his pocket.



  6. 6

    Re: wowseriously7 – Good, If people can't do drugs responsibly then they deserve whatever happens to them. If you're trying something new for the first time that causes you to hallucinate and god only knows what else then make sure you have someone with you that stays sober. All drugs should be legal. It's asshats like the ones you mentioned that fuck it up for the rest of people. This is why weed should be legalized. Not a single death in the history of the world has someone died from THC. NEVER.

    That said, The makers of this bath salt are idiots, naming it after this twat while hes all over the news is just going to cause the feds to look at it and ban it. Idiots.



  7. 7

    Please research before your posts, Perez! "Bath salts" is a slang term for the drug MDPV, or methylenedioxypyrovalerone. By marketing them as bath salts and labeling them "not for human consumption," they have been able to avoid them being specifically enumerated as illegal.
    So, you are wrong about the drug and mom's bath salts being one in the same. Same name, two different things entirely!!!!



  8. 8

    Re: NookiesWA – Absolutely agree. Plenty of people have safely done things like LSD because they did them responsibly. You never, ever do that shit alone or with a bunch of people who are also doing it, especially for the first time.



  9. 9

    please please please take this down.



  10. 10

    Re: NookiesWA – NO, but there have been plenty of cases where people have permanently messed up their brain on weed. Anything that puts a person in that much of an altered mind state and fries brain cells the way weed does is not good for you. Period. Including too much alcohol. There is absolutely no arguing that. Pot smokers are stuck in this delusional haze that because it is "natural" and "just a weed", it is harmless. It's not.
    Perez, you need to mention whether or not Charlie Sheen endorsed this. I doubt he did, but if he did he is even I bigger idiot than we thought.



  11. 11

    I have to agree that this post should come down. Just because you say it's dangerous doesn't mean someone will heed that warning. Letting addicts to other drugs know this is out there can only lead to harm, in my opinion.

    Agree with the folks who say weed should be legalized, btw. No hallucinations or deaths on that stuff. OD on Alcohol and you can die. OD on weed and you fall asleep with a Mountain Dew and a bag of chips on your belly.



  12. 12

    This is so disturbing and innapropriate, especially you referring to it as the "trendy new drug." It's extremely dangerous and causes violent and suicidal behavior, stabbing or shooting yourself and self mutilation are seen OFTEN when this drug is used. It's really dangerous and not a joke, and should not be made light of or advertised.



  13. 13

    Re: Genghis Khan – oh please. I used to smoke weed every single day for about 5 years and then decided to stop because I didn't like it anymore. I am a productive and successful member of society and have absolutely no mental problems or long term effects, nor do I know anybody who does (and I'm from San Francisco, so I know plenty of current and former potheads). Stop drinking the kool aid.



  14. 14

    Re: Genghis Khan – Where is you're evidence on this? If you can link me a couple of studies that isn't government funded/constructed than maybe I might actually listen to that. Stop believing everything people on TV tell you.