Whipped lightning is the most recent alcoholic experiment that has been recently released in Florida. This past Monday, the popular drink Four Loco was banned from stores. Whipped lightning didn't take long to replace the trend. If it isn't bad enough that people use whipped cream cans to get a high we incorporated alcohol into the mix. It absolutely astonishes me that we allow products like Four Loco and Whipped lightning to released into the market for public use. Are there no regulations behind this? If they clear a product for public use wouldn't you think it would stay on the shelves for more than a few weeks if it were safe? If not, how and why was it cleared in the first place?
We all know stories of people doing whip hits out of the cans so why would some company incorporate alcohol into that equation? Has it really come to the point where we choose profit over the health and safety of our families and friends? I will be surprised if this product stays on the market longer than a month. Someone is either going to be killed or seriously injured due to this product it is just a matter of time. Doing a whip hit is bad enough imagine a 30 proof whip hit. We are making dangerous products readily available for basically anyone to consume. We need to start to be more responsible as a society and regulate bad ideas such as this.