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Drugs Are Bad Mmmmm-k?

Posted on Thursday, September 6 @ 20:41:16 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
It's not just the violence you have to watch for, apparently now video games will make you do drugs. Or at least that's the idea behind this public service commercial from Parents: The Anti-Drug.

The fictional game is clearly styled to look like Grand Theft Auto, and the handcuffed protagonist warns "moms" that kids think he's cool. Well, except for that mom from Weeds.

"Pretty much all I do is smoke weed," the video game felon declares. That describes my college roommate pretty well too. Damn those toking molecular biologists - they're ruining society.

If the game were really a weed smoking simulator, our virtual friend probably wouldn't be arrested. He'd be at home eating a whole bag of Cheetos and watching cartoons... or playing video games.


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