November 9, 2013

"I am in trouble here. I am dying, I am dead."

Last words of a man who took a swig of liquid that turned out to be liquid meth and not the "fruit-based drink" that we're told it "appeared to be," in this Daily Mail article that's decorated — semi-irrelevantly — with images from the TV show "Breaking Bad."

6 comments:

FullMoon said...

If he had lived a couple of days with all that speed in him, I am sure he would have cleaned the house real good, finished all his projects, and started a couple hundred more.

The Doctor told my deceased friends family that "his heart just exploded."

Alex said...

Why would you drink something that showed up in a box of something that you didn't even order? I give this man a Darwin Award.

Ann Althouse said...

I know. The story is fishy. How could you think it was a fruit drink if it tasted awful?

Alex said...

It's hardly the point. If I suddenly got a box at my doorstep, I'd first check to see if it was a package I was expecting. If it was some strange item, I'd throw it away. The last thing I'd do is drink it.

Darwin Award.

Freeman Hunt said...

I'm suspicious. We're to believe he received this mysterious package, kept it for "up to three years," finally opened it to find a little bottle with a cork in it, and he DRANK IT?! Not likely.

Lem said...

He had to drink it to find out what was in it.