Experts Say Youngsters Are Trying Riskier Stunts
They 'Have to Keep Upping the Ante in Order to Get the Same Thrill'
By MARTHA IRVINE, AP
(July 24) - Two young people have died in Idaho, each suspected of trying to catch a buzz by cutting off the blood supply to their brains.
Also in recent weeks, a college student in Kentucky and another youth in Michigan have fallen to their deaths while "surfing" atop moving vehicles.
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The choking game, which flares up every so often in various regions across the country, also claims at least a couple of lives a year.
"Parents need to be aware of what teenagers are doing so they can talk to their kids," says Jennifer Collette, a mother in Valparaiso, Ind., whose daughter played the choking game with friends at a neighbor's house last December. Her daughter, now 13, didn't pass out, but the choking - done by a 17-year-old boy - caused blood vessels in her eyes and face to burst.
"She was pretty scared, and she said she'd never do it again," Collette says.
GOOD THINKING JENNIFER!! :king: ~~~"Your daughter is TRULY College Material"...Tell her: "Don't let any of your new boyfriends choke you "in fun" anymore."
Blood coming out of your bulged out eyeballs :eek: is not a good thing & it will smear your makeup.
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The rest is ho-humm.
Oh...By The Way...Just In Case any of you want to "Catch a Buzz" tonight here is how you do it.