Sure, we know what NBC News Health meant to say, but the fact that we along with just about everyone else did a double-take suggests it’s not our fault.
More adults have died from eating laundry pods than kids https://t.co/eyhz0u0JNc
— NBC News Health (@NBCNewsHealth) June 16, 2017
Why are adults eating kids?
— singingtothemoon (@sranger4) June 16, 2017
Adults need to stop eating kids. https://t.co/heo1omokLf
— Liz Szabo (@LizSzabo) June 16, 2017
Well, since they are more delicious than laundry pods, who can blame them?
— Pigleston Pecanpants (@LilPecan) June 16, 2017
The Fresh Lemon laundry pods are tastier than a child drizzled with Hershey syrup could ever be. pic.twitter.com/BkowFOcyTk
— Michael McNicholas (@MickMcNicholas) June 17, 2017
…ever since 'kid flavored pods' hit the market…
— kevin lindgren (@lindgren_kevin) June 16, 2017
But they look much tastier than kids, I mean look at the pretty colors
— Pooka (@pooka1970) June 16, 2017
They do look a lot like these. pic.twitter.com/Rgh83BuiDP
— Jill Rosen (@Jillrosen) June 16, 2017
Pods shaped like broccoli = 0 deaths
— Glenn Ferrara (@GlennFerrara) June 16, 2017
Where is the liberal outrage to eliminate this killer?
Jail Killer Laundry Pods NOW!
— 5th son (@5thyano) June 16, 2017
We need a Bold way to stem the Tide
— Josh Callahan (@Jschmuck2) June 16, 2017
boooooo – i Gain no Cheer from your dumb tweet
— ptolemy slocum (@ptolemy) June 17, 2017
Grammar is a great thing when used properly, however it's equally as hilarious when used improperly
— b a n a n a (@Hannah_Alan) June 16, 2017
Make syntax great again…
— Miranda Yaver (@mirandayaver) June 16, 2017