In this commercial parody, meth addicts (Taran Killam, Brooks Wheelan, Kate McKinnon) promote a new electronic pipe that lets you smoke meth and ride the ice pony anywhere you want. With a special endorsement from Aaron Paul. [Season 39, 2013]
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As a Meth user myself , I am overjoyed at this invention . We Meth heads are just like you ....no..wait ( Hallucinating ) SOMEBODY HELP ME GET THE PURPLE DRAGON OUT OF MY DAUGHTERS ROOM ......AUGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH, ( Actor throws himself into TV) Wife , " Sorry honey, I think I mixed up the shroooms with your crack cig .
Your kids are watching this all over the world you want them to go out and start doing f****** drugs if you people out there let your kids watch this evening yourself you all are fucking stupid I bet you anything when you start watching this you're thinking about doing meth and all other drugs you know I'm right that's how f***** up this s*** is this is what they got your kids watching
That's not even funny that's fucking bull shit they're pretty much telling you to go out and do meth and crack cocaine and every other drugged that s***'s bad for you don't listen to these stupid motherfuckers crystal meth and crack is bad for you along with everything else this is not funny they shouldn't even be showing this to people that's f***** up this shows you how much the government really wants you to do their drugs to make you f****** stupid so they can get money
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