By Anonymous - 15/09/2013 04:02 - United States
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How do you even come to the conclusion that it'd be remotely interesting or hilarious to "huff" spray paint?
Nobody said he did it for fun. Don't you remember all the angsty things we did as teenagers? We were all transitioning from being kids to becoming adults (god knows that sucked.) and looking for an outlet. Be it sad poetry, sports, drugs or apparently huffing spray paint. If you didn't, then congrats! You escaped the crazy emotional roller-coaster of puberty. But don't condemn a kid as "unfixable stupid for life" for making a mistake. You're overreacting. For all you know, this was the kid's amateurish debut into huffing spray paint and that's why he got caught.
Well thats not good. Hopefully this is the only thing you have to worry about and hopefully thats the end of that.
Well, we don't know that for sure. Judging by OP's son's actions he probably does (or wants to do) other things. All I know is OP should really crack down (no pun intended) hard on her son and really keep him on check. Life's too short to be doing stupid things that can threaten your life.
I think huffing paint is probably worse for you. Bath salts refers to a pretty wide range of research chemicals out there right now, not all of which are the kind that you hear about on the news (not that I'm saying research chemicals are great either but I hope I've made my point). :P
It's probably something he saw on YouTube. Next he'll be trying the cinnamon challenge and putting Mentos into Diet Coke. Huffing spray paint is just a gateway viral video. Be warned!
Guess you should have been a better parent and kept a closer eye on your idiot kid.
Ground him for wasting perfectly good grafitti paint. That shit's supposed to be decorating police buildings and traffic signs, not sitting in his lungs!