Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Polluted Water Popsicles

100 popsicles made with trash- and sewage-filled water
The Polluted Water Popsicles project is meant to shock viewers into realizing how serious water contamination is in Taiwan.

Three university students in Taiwan have come up with an unusual way to draw attention to the huge problem of water pollution. As part of the Polluted Water Popsicles Project, the students traveled to 100 different locations throughout the country to collect water samples and turn them into frozen popsicles. These popsicles were then copied into 1:1 transparent poly resin models (non-melting!), packaged in beautiful wrappers, and labeled with their origin.
My initial reaction when I looked at this photo was, "YUM!". Then I read the article, and my second reaction was, ""Awww shoo... Imma get me a carton, yo!". But then again, I'm from Flint, and honestly, those Taiwan-sicles look DELISH, umkay!!!?

Speaking of poopsicles: More charges expected in Flint water crisis probe

Dear Chattering Teeth reader(s),
If you(s) don't hear from me for a while, it iz likely because I was charged, probed and incinerated incarcerated for colluding with lead in my water. As drinkeder of Flint water for half a century, I feelz no ill effects (according to my contemporaneous notes I took after every gulp). Still, I have to recuse myself from this latest probe. Loretta Lynch met me on the tarmac at Bishop airport and said that - until all Democrats are cleared - pleez call it a "Flint water MATTER".

In the meantime, I have the Flint River-sicles all poored into the molds and sitting in my freezer for future commerce and windfall of wealth. Next time you see me, I will likely be wearing a bejeweled cape and sporting a fedora with a large pigeon feather and leaving a trail of dollar bills falling from my trench like leaves in autumn...

btw... overnight and still sludge... WHY WON'T THIS SH*& FREEZE!? 


  1. TGIF !!!!!!!!!

    None of those popsicles look appetizing. We should donate them to libtards.

  2. I'm with Kid! Donate them to the libs... super post.
    By the way, a Chinese student here in LA was so enamored by hand sanitizers that she maDe little Chinese gifts for people to donate money to so she could buy them for Chinese friends back in China! I have a bottle of these beautiful handmade little colored 'stars' in my living room

  3. Kid, we could "donate them to libtards", but they are already full of (blog edit).

    Z, I like this story of a lady from communist China engaging in a little capitalism to benefit her loved ones. And you come out a winner too!