The Government Is Trying to Take Away Our Powdered Alcohol

Our dream of snorting powdered alcohol has come to an end. Palcohol, a company that made headlines everywhere when it received government approval to sell powdered alcohol, had its approval revoked Monday night.

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau told The Associated Press that the approvals were issued in error. The company has already surrendered their approved labels. Palcohol says it was due to a discrepancy with the amount of powder contained with each bag or sachet. “This doesn’t mean that Palcohol isn’t approved. It just means that these labels aren’t approved,” they optimistically cautioned.

Um, yea, no. They’re not getting approved anytime soon. I’m pretty sure everyone knows exactly what happened. Every concerned parent began clutching their pearls when they heard about this and how people were planning on snorting it even though that was really more of a joke than anything else since they said you need to snort at least a cup of powder to get any effect. It’s the same reason why the government banned Fourloko. This is why we can’t have nice things.

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