New Youth Drug-Craze


LATEST YOUTH DRUG CRAZE: Aricept……It’s normally an anti-Alzheimers medicine for old folks but kids are stealing it and getting some kind of high from this drug which they call “Grannies”. Popping Grannies is a popular after-dark activity for Hillcrest/LR adolescents and usually leads to frantic break-ins of homes in search for more Grannies.

Parents and school officials initially turned a blind eye toward Aricept abuse as it was widely believed to improve test scores, learning and memory, but the violent leering behavior of honor students proved too much to bear and it fell into disfavor by administrators.

I’m told that the high is accompanied by the usual Aricept side effects which are also mysteriously popular with the kids:

“Diarrhea;  severe dizziness; loss of appetite; muscle cramps; nausea; tiredness; painful urination; trouble sleeping; weight loss, swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue;  mood or mental problems, vomit that looks like blood or coffee grounds.”

If you would like further info on this email me after you review your calendar. Please review your calendar. (This is the first of April, in case you don’t know anybody who has a calendar)



One comment on “New Youth Drug-Craze
  1. Herbl Derbl says:

    You're joking, right? Aricept doesn't have any significant psychoactive properties in non-Alzheimer's patients.

    You've been lied to. As a well-informed drug user, I can tell you that this is hilariously wrong.

    Next time you hear a rumor about drugs, go to Erowid and ask around there. It's reckless and stupid to publish nonsense.

    Grannies… Bullshit information like this is one of the major reasons why our society can never address the REAL issues behind substance use and abuse. Ignorant and reckless people like you publish incorrect information, which is passed on and believed by equally ignorant and reckless people, until it becomes an accepted "fact," and made the basis of legislation. By publishing nonsense information like this, you do realize you're actually perpetuating problems which make it harder for sick people to get the medicines they really need, right?