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17 Edgy Gen Z Memes That Only The Kids Will Understand

Generation Z, AKA those born between approximately 2000 and 2020, is known for their usage of the word "yeet" and their tendency to eat Tide Pods. We old Millennials might not fully understand you, but we respect you, and that's all that matters.

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A disturbingly detailed description of the moments, minutes and hours after a kid tried the "Forbidden Fruit Challenge" of chewing on Tide Pods. 


Recipe for edible tide pods, tide pods meme.
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Has science gone too far? For all of 2018, Tide pods have been the candy-colored subject of tragically unsatisfied hunger. Until now. 

Tumblr user sometimessmarmyshared this "Hypothetical" recipe for the detergent, and we can't wait to see it come to fruition. WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE! 

     Hypothetical Tide Pods Recipe

Four components: Blue swirl, orange swirl, white gel, and a plastic shell

First, the Plastic:

Ingredients:

  • 2 packets (14g) Knox unflavored gelatin
    • 6 tbsp water
    • Parchment paper
    • rectangular brownie pan
    • optional: ½ tbsp 7up or sprite

Instructions:

Boil the water, add gelatin mix (optional: add soda for flavor). Stir in until mix is completely melted. Let cool slightly. Cover brownie pan with parchment paper, and pour a very thin layer of gelatin mixture onto parchment. Place brownie pan into fridge and let sit overnight until hardened.

Blue and Orange Swirls:

If you had the silicone needed to make your own mold, you could make swirl molds and then add berry blue and orange flavored jello to the swirl molds. If you can't make a mold or find a candy mold that makes moon shapes (like this one on etsy), poor blue and orange jello into an ice cube tray. Place tray in fridge overnight.

White Gel:

Ingredients:

  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
    • 2 packets (14g) Knox unflavored gelatin
    • 1 cup boiling water
    • ½ cup cold water

Recipe (using the "white layer" instructions found in this jello recipe. There's probably a better way):

Mix sweetened condensed milk with 1 cup boiling water. In a separate small bowl, sprinkle 2 envelopes of unflavored gelatin over ½ cup cold water. Let stand for a few minutes and then add ½ cup boiling water to dissolve the gelatin. Add to the milk mixture and stir to combine. Cool to room temperature. Optional: add desired flavor, such as vanilla extract or soda

For the rest of the instructions, visit the crafty chef's website

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Move Over Tide Pods, Here Are 20 More Tasty-Looking Things You Shouldn't Eat

Ah, Tide Pods. The new forbidden fruit and the latest unavoidable memes. Though they've become a huge hit on social media, Tide Pods aren't the only delicious looking and wholly inedible items in existence. These forbidden snacks give the laundry detergent a run for its money. 

Funny colorful objects that look delicious but you shouldn't eat.
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Eating Tide Pods Is The Internet's New Favorite Meme

In bizarre news, the latest meme trend revolves around Tide's brightly colored laundry detergent pods. The candy-colored soap nuggets have been deemed the "forbidden fruit" and are getting meme'd to oblivion. Unfortunately, some people really believe the pods are edible. NBC reported this summer that more adults have died from eating the pods than children. We suggest you stick to enjoying the memes and avoid natural selection. 

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