“Thanks to Poisonous Things, I caught my daughter” (;⊙.⊙)ノ
image by fellow gag addict syaran87님 ^^;
It’s interesting how this gag skit is triggering ripples in society, even as their inspiration is drawn / sapped / warped from society. This was a message written on 27th April, on the gagcon viewers message board:
Thanks to Poisonous Things, I caught my daughter
Firstly, thank you very much.
I never knew my daughter would do this, but she 100% hid cigarettes in her pouch.
I’ve always thought that it was just a gag, but didn’t expect the gag to be so accurate.
After talking to my daughter, I realized that using chopsticks to smoke was true as well.
I have one more advice for all parents of daughters.
If your daughter has long hair, rub the top of her head, and you will be able to smell cigarette smoke.
As the mother of a high school girl, I have a request.
Gagmen for Poisonous Things, please try your best and continue to provide more valuable information for your viewers.
Of course, one man’s meat can be another man’s poison ^^; (I shall spare you from more poison puns..) Here are various snippets of other viewers’ raves and rants:
Their gag about smoking was really scary. They showed everything I had done before. It stings!
How in the world did you (gagmen) learn about chopstick-smoking? That’s a useful tip!
I had been watching that with my mum, but I felt so guilty I stopped watching..
I got into trouble watching this with my parents. Please, please can you guys not reveal anymore of our teenager secrets?
To the kids, they are Poisonous Things; to us parents, they are Blessed Things~
Where gag begets gag, Poisonous Things triumph also in encouraging viewers to parody them…