...are AWESOME. They smell amazing, they magically dissolve, and they clean like whoa.
And they're visually stimulating.
So it's no wonder kids are sucking them down like Flintstone gummies.
Let's be serious here. They do look delicious. I'm a grown woman and if not for how icky they feel in your hand, I'd be tempted to taste one... Just to see.
But children are stupid, so-
Okay, not stupid. My apologies, "parents". Children lack the no-no-code, so they pick up anything that promises amusement and/or scrumption. Now, there are some-odd numbers of kids suffering from vomiting and diarrhea after they got ahold of the pretty pods and ate one. So is it Tide's fault?
Why? Because the packaging specifically states to keep out of reach of children, like, four times. Actually, you can't even open the thing before you acknowledge the label. It's like an EULA; find it in the store and see for yourself.
So I hope nobody tries to sue Tide. Trust me, the last people to have blood on their hands are the people who help you wash it out of clothing.