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Consumption of Tide Pods is the act of ingesting laundry detergent pods of the Tide Pods brand. Tide Pods are a line of laundry detergent pods produced under the Procter & Gamble's Tide brand name which, like most detergents, can be deadly if ingested, and which have been labeled as a health risk by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. There have been numerous media reports discussing how children and those with dementia could endanger their health or life by consuming the pods, mistaking them for candy. Between 2012 and 2013, poison control centers reported over 7,000 cases of young children eating laundry pods, and ingestion of Procter & Gamble laundry pods had resulted in six deaths by 2017. In response to the dangers, Procter & Gamble changed Tide Pod containers to an opaque design, introduced warning labels and added a bitter tasting chemical to the pod contents.

Initial packaging of Tide Pods. The plastic container was later made opaque to reduce the chance of the product being mistaken for candy.

The pods have been sold since 2012. In late December 2017, Tide Pods became the center of an Internet meme, which involves a dare to intentionally consume the pods. The meme became especially popular with teenagers, and since then, there has been a sharp increase in poisoning incidents. Responding to the growing number of incidents, Google and Facebook started removing videos that featured the challenge, and Procter & Gamble aired numerous advertisements urging people to avoid eating the pods.

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A "Spring Meadow" Tide Pod

The health risks posed by the ingestion of Tide Pods—particularly by children—have been noted by several media outlets. In March 2013, Consumer Reports reported that "since early 2012, poison control centers nationwide have received reports of nearly 7,700 pod-related exposures to children age 5 years and younger." In 2012 and 2013, an average of one child was admitted to hospital every day as a result of eating Tide Pods. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tagged them as a health risk in 2012. Consumer Reports noted that "swallowing conventional detergent might result in mild stomach upset, but with highly concentrated detergent pods the ingestion can cause excessive vomiting, lethargy, and gasping, and in some reported cases, victims stopped breathing and required ventilation support." Individuals suffering from dementia have been reported to face health risks related to Tide Pods. Consumer Reports reported that between the Tide pods' introduction in 2012 through early 2017, eight deaths had been reported due to the ingestion of laundry detergent pods, with six of the eight deaths resulting from a pod manufactured by P&G.

Due to initial reports of children consuming their laundry detergent pods, Procter & Gamble began distributing Tide Pods in opaque tubs and bags. In 2015, P&G announced it would implement a bitter taste to its Tide Pods as a means to deter people from biting into them. Tide would also include child-safety features in its packaging and issue extensive warnings about locking up the pods in households shared with individuals who have Alzheimer's disease. Additionally, Tide's website includes a page discussing how to safely handle its products, and suggesting consumers drink a glass of water or milk if a product is swallowed and call a poison control center for help.

Many media outlets referenced the visual similarity the pods have to candy as a reasoning behind their consumption. U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer commented on the appeal of pods, "These pods were supposed to make household chores easier, not tempt our children to swallow harmful chemicals. I saw one on my staffer's desk and I wanted to eat it."

Consumer Reports published a story discussing the contents of laundry detergent pods and the consequences of ingesting them, which can include death. The story detailed that pods contain ethanol, hydrogen peroxide, and long-chain polymers, that when ingested can result in caustic burns to the lining of one's mouth, as well as the esophagus, stomach, and other parts of the gastrointestinal tract. The Daily Meal cited one 2014 study that suggested that ingesting the detergent pods may cause a swallowing dysfunction that could require surgery to repair.

In early 2018, media publications noted that shortly after the product's introduction, the consumption of Tide Pods became a topic of discussion on the Internet. Ultimately, eating Tide Pods became a meme, with its origins being credited to a 2013 thread on the Straight Dope online and a 2015 article from The Onion. Mashable quoted an instance of a tweet regarding this topic from 2012, "Why does a Tide Pod look so good to eat?" The Straight Dope thread's discussion was more centered on children accidentally eating Tide Pods, rather than the meme's iteration popularized in 2017, which portrays pods as a delicious food. The topic of children eating the pods was a concept based on real incidents of children consuming them.

In the following years, eating Tide Pods became a popular joke online. In March 2017, CollegeHumor uploaded a sketch video titled Don't Eat The Laundry Pods. Posts began to prefer "Tide Pods" to more generic terms such as "laundry pods" with a thread posted on Reddit's "intrusivethoughts" subreddit in July 2017. The thread, titled "Bite into one of those Tide Pods. Do it.", was referenced in another Onion article the following day. Posts on Tumblr contributed to the meme's rise, but in December 2017, the meme's popularity rose significantly due to various viral tweets. Many posts referred to the pods as a "forbidden fruit". Memes involving the Tide Pods included joking about how "delicious" they appear, as well as posting images with the pods on top of food. Vox described the meme as "pok[ing] fun at the idea of consuming the pods, while (usually) stopping short of actually doing so." The publication noted that part of the allure of discussing, wondering, and joking about consuming the pods stems from the product's warning to not eat the pods. In early January 2018, television personality Jimmy Kimmel referenced the meme when discussing a tweet from President Donald Trump: "sounds like somebody's been in the White House laundry room eating Tide Pods again because the President of the United States is starting his own award show for the media."

"Tide Pod Challenge"

In 2018, following the meme's surge in popularity, media publications started reporting about people participating in the Tide Pod Challenge, an Internet challenge in which an individual consumes Tide Pods. Teenagers were the reported demographic participating in the challenge; they would record themselves chewing and gagging on pods and then daring others to do the same. Some of these videos were posted on YouTube. Some teens cooked the pods before eating them.

In response to the meme, a spokesperson from Procter & Gamble (P&G) was quoted in BuzzFeed News emphasizing the purpose of their pods and the health risks associated with children: "Nothing is more important to us than the safety of the people who use our products. Our laundry pacs are a highly concentrated detergent meant to clean clothes and they're used safely in millions of households every day. They should only be used to clean clothes and kept up, closed and away from children. We have been consistently proactive in providing consumers with the right usage guidance and tools to enable them to use the product safely." Tide further stated, "They [pods] should not be played with, whatever the circumstance is, even if it is meant as a joke."

Ann Marie Buerkle from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission went on Good Morning America and commented on the meme, saying, "teens trying to be funny are now putting themselves in danger by ingesting this poisonous substance." Buerkle added, "This is what started out as a joke on the internet and now it's just gone too far."

Following the growth of the meme, YouTube and Facebook started removing (and age-restricting, for YouTube) videos that depicted people eating Tide Pods or videos about the eating of Tide Pods.

Following the meme's popularization on Twitter and Reddit, many media publications wrote articles discussing the phenomenon, while warning against eating Tide Pods. During the first two weeks of 2018, the number of cases of detergent pod ingestion reported to the American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC) spiked. In 2018, The Washington Post stated that the AAPCC reported 37 cases of pod ingestion among teenagers so far that year, half of them intentional. "Tide Pod-Chan", a moe anthropomorphization of a Tide Pod in a Japanese school uniform, was created in order to warn against pod consumption.

Tide later partnered with American football player Rob Gronkowski, having him issue the message: "What the heck is going on, people? Use Tide Pods for washing. Not eating. Do not eat."

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  • ASTM F3159 -Standard Safety Specification for Liquid Laundry Packets

Consumption of Tide Pods Article Talk Language Watch Edit 160 160 Redirected from Tide Pod Challenge Consumption of Tide Pods is the act of ingesting laundry detergent pods of the Tide Pods brand Tide Pods are a line of laundry detergent pods produced under the Procter amp Gamble s Tide brand name which like most detergents can be deadly if ingested and which have been labeled as a health risk by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention There have been numerous media reports discussing how children and those with dementia could endanger their health or life by consuming the pods mistaking them for candy Between 2012 and 2013 poison control centers reported over 7 000 cases of young children eating laundry pods and ingestion of Procter amp Gamble laundry pods had resulted in six deaths by 2017 1 In response to the dangers Procter amp Gamble changed Tide Pod containers to an opaque design introduced warning labels and added a bitter tasting chemical to the pod contents Initial packaging of Tide Pods The plastic container was later made opaque to reduce the chance of the product being mistaken for candy The pods have been sold since 2012 In late December 2017 Tide Pods became the center of an Internet meme which involves a dare to intentionally consume the pods The meme became especially popular with teenagers and since then there has been a sharp increase in poisoning incidents 2 Responding to the growing number of incidents Google and Facebook started removing videos that featured the challenge and Procter amp Gamble aired numerous advertisements urging people to avoid eating the pods Contents 1 Health risks 2 Internet meme 2 1 Tide Pod Challenge 3 See also 4 Notes 5 ReferencesHealth risks Edit A Spring Meadow Tide Pod External image U S Senator Chuck Schumer speaks holding detergent pods criticizing their appearance The health risks posed by the ingestion of Tide Pods particularly by children have been noted by several media outlets 3 4 5 In March 2013 Consumer Reports reported that since early 2012 poison control centers nationwide have received reports of nearly 7 700 pod related exposures to children age 5 years and younger 6 In 2012 and 2013 an average of one child was admitted to hospital every day as a result of eating Tide Pods 7 The Center for Disease Control and Prevention CDC tagged them as a health risk in 2012 8 9 Consumer Reports noted that swallowing conventional detergent might result in mild stomach upset but with highly concentrated detergent pods the ingestion can cause excessive vomiting lethargy and gasping and in some reported cases victims stopped breathing and required ventilation support 6 Individuals suffering from dementia have been reported to face health risks related to Tide Pods 10 11 Consumer Reports reported that between the Tide pods introduction in 2012 through early 2017 eight deaths had been reported due to the ingestion of laundry detergent pods with six of the eight deaths resulting from a pod manufactured by P amp G 1 Due to initial reports of children consuming their laundry detergent pods Procter amp Gamble began distributing Tide Pods in opaque tubs and bags 3 In 2015 P amp G announced it would implement a bitter taste to its Tide Pods as a means to deter people from biting into them 12 13 Tide would also include child safety features in its packaging and issue extensive warnings about locking up the pods in households shared with individuals who have Alzheimer s disease 12 Additionally Tide s website includes a page discussing how to safely handle its products and suggesting consumers drink a glass of water or milk if a product is swallowed and call a poison control center for help 14 Many media outlets referenced the visual similarity the pods have to candy as a reasoning behind their consumption 3 9 11 12 U S Senator Chuck Schumer commented on the appeal of pods These pods were supposed to make household chores easier not tempt our children to swallow harmful chemicals I saw one on my staffer s desk and I wanted to eat it 15 Consumer Reports published a story discussing the contents of laundry detergent pods and the consequences of ingesting them which can include death 16 The story detailed that pods contain ethanol hydrogen peroxide and long chain polymers that when ingested can result in caustic burns to the lining of one s mouth as well as the esophagus stomach and other parts of the gastrointestinal tract 16 The Daily Meal cited one 2014 study that suggested that ingesting the detergent pods may cause a swallowing dysfunction that could require surgery to repair 17 18 Internet meme EditIn early 2018 media publications noted that shortly after the product s introduction the consumption of Tide Pods became a topic of discussion on the Internet 8 19 Ultimately eating Tide Pods became a meme with its origins being credited to a 2013 thread on the Straight Dope online and a 2015 article from The Onion 19 20 21 22 Mashable quoted an instance of a tweet regarding this topic from 2012 Why does a Tide Pod look so good to eat 8 The Straight Dope thread s discussion was more centered on children accidentally eating Tide Pods rather than the meme s iteration popularized in 2017 which portrays pods as a delicious food 19 The topic of children eating the pods was a concept based on real incidents of children consuming them 23 In the following years eating Tide Pods became a popular joke online 19 In March 2017 CollegeHumor uploaded a sketch video titled Don t Eat The Laundry Pods 19 8 Posts began to prefer Tide Pods to more generic terms such as laundry pods with a thread posted on Reddit s intrusivethoughts subreddit in July 2017 8 The thread titled Bite into one of those Tide Pods Do it a was referenced in another Onion article the following day 8 Posts on Tumblr contributed to the meme s rise 24 but in December 2017 the meme s popularity rose significantly due to various viral tweets 19 Many posts referred to the pods as a forbidden fruit 12 23 Memes involving the Tide Pods included joking about how delicious they appear as well as posting images with the pods on top of food 25 Vox described the meme as pok ing fun at the idea of consuming the pods while usually stopping short of actually doing so 12 The publication noted that part of the allure of discussing wondering and joking about consuming the pods stems from the product s warning to not eat the pods 12 In early January 2018 television personality Jimmy Kimmel referenced the meme when discussing a tweet from President Donald Trump sounds like somebody s been in the White House laundry room eating Tide Pods again because the President of the United States is starting his own award show for the media 26 Tide Pod Challenge Edit In 2018 following the meme s surge in popularity media publications started reporting about people participating in the Tide Pod Challenge 27 28 an Internet challenge in which an individual consumes Tide Pods 14 Teenagers were the reported demographic participating in the challenge they would record themselves chewing and gagging on pods and then daring others to do the same Some of these videos were posted on YouTube 28 29 Some teens cooked the pods before eating them 29 In response to the meme a spokesperson from Procter amp Gamble P amp G was quoted in BuzzFeed News emphasizing the purpose of their pods and the health risks associated with children Nothing is more important to us than the safety of the people who use our products Our laundry pacs are a highly concentrated detergent meant to clean clothes and they re used safely in millions of households every day They should only be used to clean clothes and kept up closed and away from children We have been consistently proactive in providing consumers with the right usage guidance and tools to enable them to use the product safely 30 31 Tide further stated They pods should not be played with whatever the circumstance is even if it is meant as a joke 2 29 Ann Marie Buerkle from the U S Consumer Product Safety Commission went on Good Morning America and commented on the meme saying teens trying to be funny are now putting themselves in danger by ingesting this poisonous substance 2 Buerkle added This is what started out as a joke on the internet and now it s just gone too far 32 Following the growth of the meme YouTube and Facebook started removing and age restricting for YouTube videos that depicted people eating Tide Pods or videos about the eating of Tide Pods 33 34 35 Following the meme s popularization on Twitter and Reddit many media publications wrote articles discussing the phenomenon while warning against eating Tide Pods 8 19 20 During the first two weeks of 2018 the number of cases of detergent pod ingestion reported to the American Association of Poison Control Centers AAPCC spiked 2 In 2018 The Washington Post stated that the AAPCC reported 37 cases of pod ingestion among teenagers so far that year half of them intentional 28 Tide Pod Chan a moe anthropomorphization of a Tide Pod in a Japanese school uniform was created in order to warn against pod consumption 36 Tide later partnered with American football player Rob Gronkowski having him issue the message What the heck is going on people Use Tide Pods for washing Not eating Do not eat 37 See also Edit Internet portal List of Internet phenomena Benadryl challenge a 2020 internet challenge revolving around the deliberate use abuse and overdose of diphenhydramine commonly referred to under the trade name Benadryl Milk crate challenge a 2021 internet challenge encouraging participants to engage in a physically dangerous activity involving climbing unsecured milk crates Child resistant packagingNotes Edit For the original Reddit thread see Bite into one of those Tide Pods Do it Reddit July 10 2017 Retrieved January 15 2018 References Edit a b Janeway Kimberly June 15 2017 Liquid Laundry Detergent Pods Pose Lethal Risk for Adults With Dementia Consumer Reports Retrieved January 6 2018 a b c d Molloy Mark January 13 2018 Warning over alarming Tide Pod Challenge detergent eating YouTube trend The Telegraph Retrieved January 13 2018 a b c Painter Kim November 10 2014 Report Laundry pods sent 1 child a day to hospitals USA Today Retrieved January 5 2018 Ng Serena May 14 2015 Laundry Pod Poisonings Piling Up The Wall Street Journal Retrieved January 5 2018 Subscription required Carroll Linda April 25 2016 Never seen anything like this More children harmed by ingesting laundry pods Today Retrieved January 5 2018 a b Laundry detergent pods remain a health hazard Consumer Reports March 2013 Archived from the original on January 17 2018 Retrieved January 3 2018 Painter Kim November 10 2014 Report Laundry pods sent 1 child a day to hospitals USA Today a b c d e f g Tesema Martha December 29 2017 I can t believe I have to say this but please don t eat Tide pods Mashable Retrieved January 3 2018 a b Jaslow Ryan October 19 2012 CDC warns laundry detergent pods pose health risk CBS News Retrieved January 3 2018 Saskatchewan senior dies after eating detergent pods CBC News April 1 2015 Retrieved January 5 2018 a b Popken Ben June 16 2017 Laundry Pods Can Be Fatal for Adults With Dementia NBC News Retrieved January 5 2018 a b c d e f Abad Santos Alex January 4 2018 Why people are mostly joking about eating Tide Pods Vox Retrieved January 5 2018 Ng Serena June 30 2015 Detergent Makers to Add Bitter Substance to Laundry Pods The Wall Street Journal Retrieved January 5 2018 Subscription required a b May Ashley January 11 2018 Tide Pod Challenge Teens are putting detergent pods in their mouth and posting videos online USA Today Retrieved January 11 2018 Blau Reuven September 9 2012 Schumer Newfangled detergent pods look too much like candy New York Daily News Retrieved January 5 2018 a b Interlandi Jeneen January 12 2018 What Eating a Laundry Pod Can Do to You Consumer Reports Retrieved January 13 2018 Van Hare Holly December 29 2017 Tide Pods Are Not Food But People Are Eating Them Anyway The Daily Meal Retrieved January 3 2018 Smith Erika Liebelt Erica Nogueira Jan September 2014 Laundry Detergent Pod Ingestions Is There a Need for Endoscopy Journal of Medical Toxicology 10 3 286 291 doi 10 1007 s13181 014 0414 3 PMC 4141927 PMID 25048605 a b c d e f g Kircher Madison Malone December 28 2017 Please Don t Eat a Tide Pod No Matter What the Memes Say Select All New York Retrieved January 3 2018 a b Jacoby Sarah January 2 2018 The Internet Is Obsessed With the Idea of Eating Detergent Pods But OMG Don t Self Retrieved January 3 2018 People eating Tide pods Straight Dope Message Board December 4 2013 Retrieved January 3 2018 DelMonico Dylan December 8 2015 So Help Me God I m Going To Eat One Of Those Multicolored Detergent Pods The Onion Retrieved January 3 2018 a b Hathaway Jay January 3 2018 Are people really eating Tide Pods Unclick The Daily Dot Retrieved January 5 2018 Dore Louis January 2 2018 The 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