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Victim, suspect in West Liberty school shooting are both students

‘Faces of Meth’ now an app featuring you


Drug addiction is not pretty.

Methamphetamine, in particular, can whoop your face with an ugly stick faster than a 2-minute shake and bake, as the horrifying photos from the “Faces of Meth” campaignproved.

Smoking meth produces toxic gasses that really do a number on skin and teeth. And meth addicts tend to stop doing important things like eating and bathing.

If you’ve ever wondered what you would look like after a few months of hard living, the good folks at Rehabs.com, who put together the aforementioned graphic, got you covered.

They’ve developed a “Your Face on Meth” app that allows you to upload a pic and quickly see how ugly drugs can make you. The app doesn’t show failed relationships, abandoned children, lost careers or foreclosed homes, however.

I’ve posted a picture of myself. As you can see, even beautiful people can be destroyed by meth.

If you are already on meth, please be advised this app isn’t going to make you pretty.

For a little extra fun, grab a pic of a friend off Facebook and post the results to their timeline. This is especially hilarious if your friend is a teacher, preacher or works in law enforcement.

Enjoy!



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