These tide pods may look like the real thing but there are no toxic chemicals in these.
A viral social media trend shows teenagers intentionally eating tide pods.
So Caitlin Gschwind, a donut shop worker decided to have a little fun with their donuts based on the internet trend.
The tide pod donuts have gotten a lot of attention on Facebook.
Some thought it was funny and others think people getting sick was no laughing matter.
However, Gshwind designed the donut as a creative way to bring awareness to the issue.
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