The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) remains the most significant law enforcement agency in the world dedicated to stopping the use and distribution of drugs in the United States. Recently, the agency sought to help parents by publishing a list of products and places where teens are hiding drugs. Posted on the Get Smart About Drugs website, a fed-run website dedicated to drug facts as well as DEA drug theories they pull out of their butt, this list does indeed show places to stash your stash. At the same time, it also teaches children and teens . . . how to hide drugs from your parents.
Anyone familiar with how teens operate should be doubtful of your teenager hoarding a colossal stash of drugs in their alarm clock, especially if they own an iPhone. But with all of the new drug codes and ways to sneak drugs in and out of homes, the DEA wants to help arm parents with knowledge on the matter. But in doing so, they simultaneously armed kids with the same tips. Now they know about a whole new feature on their graphing calculator, and it's not getting the graph to spell out "BOOB."
Alarm Clocks (Wait, Kids Use These?)Photo: Evil saltine / Wikimedia Commons
'Young Man, Is That Valium In That Tic-Tac Container?'Photo: schyler / Wikimedia Commons
Disregard The Fourth Amendment And Search Your Teen's CarPhoto: Fox Searchlight / Super Troopers
Your Child Pops Percocets From The PS4Photo: Evan-Amos / Wikimedia Commons
Some Graphic News About Those Graphing CalculatorsPhoto: Kulmalukko / Wikimedia Commons
Didn't You Ever Watch A Movie About Prisons? Heating Vents Always Have Drugs Hidden InsidePhoto: Thibodeau floors / Flickr