Because It's Hard to Puff-Puff-Pass with Your Parents Weighing Your Arm Down.


In a tech-zealous adaptation of the WWJD? wristband trend, The Sound Advice Project lets parents record DON'T-DO-DRUGS! messages, which are translated into a "three-dimensional representation" and made into bracelets for impressionable weebies.

We dig how some of the printwork totally plays on pre-ado insecurities: "His voice is cracking. He embarrasses easily. Now is the perfect time to buy him a bracelet."

Oh, that's just malevolent. But it probably merits pointing out that any kid willing to wear Mummy's good intentions on his sleeve is probably more at risk of getting his favourite snowcap stolen than of smoking a blunt after school.

by Angela Natividad    Mar-16-09   Click to Comment   
Topic: Cause, Magazine   

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This is super cool. Did you check out the website?

Posted by: Jordan on March 16, 2009 12:22 PM

I wish that'd been around when I was a squirt - woulda made me guilty...
Sick tech too.

Posted by: Wes on March 16, 2009 12:37 PM

Cool nice interactive way to say "Just say no"

Posted by: Rikes on March 16, 2009 1:05 PM

I think i would have to make one for myself that said "George, she'll be ugly in the morning"

Posted by: George on March 16, 2009 1:25 PM

"hey doug, what's that bracelet, a sound wave?"
"oh yeah, it's a recording of my girlfriend saying "i love you." christmas present."
"that's pretty gay, doug. i don't think you have a girlfriend."

Posted by: Will on March 16, 2009 7:16 PM