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    honestly, i'd have filmed my kid too if he was all stoned. plus, i know lots of parents of small kids who always have a video camera with them to film all their little ones' "precious moments".
    i really don't see anything weird or creepy about this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilly Willy View Post
    I might be alone in this, but this video shocked me.

    Why is a child given a drug like this? And what difference does it make that this was a dentist and not a drug dealer?

    There was a vid of a two-year-old on ecstacy floating around the internet a while ago, and people were so upset about it.

    This kid here is WAY more fucked up.

    Where I come from, kids aren't given drugs like this, EVER. Suck it up when you go to the dentist, how bad can that possibly be?

    And the dad videotaping the whole thing thinking it's funny?

    Sorry, but that's one messed up culture in my book.

    I agree I found this vid more shocking than funny. But for a child this young to be given such a heavy drug is not the norm, but not unheard of either.

    I was given heavier drugs at the dentist as a young child because I'm allergic to novocaine, and I've been as fucked up as this at that age. I've never liked feeling high and prefer to 'suck it up' when I have dental work done, but I have a hard time finding a dentist who isn't too squeamish to work on me undrugged. I find dad taping and posting the video more disgusting than anything else.
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    I was exactly like this when I came home from getting my wisdom teeth removed! The euphoria you feel is so awesome; really takes your mind off the pain for a couple of hours.

    What a cutie!
    I saw a film today, oh boy.

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    Wow he's banged up!
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    I would NEVER put a video up of my child like this. Talk about exploitation!!! The dad has more than a few screws loose. I agree with those who dont think it is funny at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilly Willy View Post
    I might be alone in this, but this video shocked me.

    Why is a child given a drug like this? And what difference does it make that this was a dentist and not a drug dealer?

    There was a vid of a two-year-old on ecstacy floating around the internet a while ago, and people were so upset about it.

    This kid here is WAY more fucked up.

    Where I come from, kids aren't given drugs like this, EVER. Suck it up when you go to the dentist, how bad can that possibly be?

    And the dad videotaping the whole thing thinking it's funny?

    Sorry, but that's one messed up culture in my book.
    I found it shocking as well. It was always my understanding that the dentists aren't supposed to give children a high enough dosage as to leave them this affected afterwards. I specifically remember as a child asking my friend's mom, a dental hygienist, how it was possible that the effects of "the mask" (laughing gas) wore off almost immediately after the surgery, and she told me it's because they give you a very calculated amount. Our dentist also didn't permit us to leave if we were still visibly affected, as this child clearly was. I think this was probably an instance of a dentist being slack and being lucky enough to have the child's parents think it's funny.

    I would be concerned if my child was so clearly out of it (and he also seemed to be in distress- he was clearly uncomfortable with the feeling of being high) after a dental procedure. Not laughing and videotaping it.

    Even after I got my wisdom teeth out, I wasn't this high.

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    Kid screaming from pain vs giggly high kid... I'd pick the high kid. I doubt he was that messed up for that much longer.. they were in the parking lot of the dentist's office from what I gathered. Yes, it was probably in poor taste for the dad to film it and put it on youtube but I guess what people find funny is subjective.

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    I kept expecting the kid to puke

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    I don't think it's that funny. It made me feel uncomfortable and I had to stop watching. I have zero experience with laughing gas. We just suck it up and deal with dentists in Europe.

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    I've gone through this 2 times with my children. They were too young to sit still and not be frightened of the dentist when they needed an extraction. So they were medicated.

    They wake up and don't remember the procedure, they don't feel the pain. Also, dentists don't send your kid home immediately afterwards, the kids are allowed to wake up in a recovery room, they have to prove that they can hold down liquids, etc. before they are allowed to leave. The recovery room alone takes at least 1 hour.

    The loopiness that you see in the video only lasts maybe 15 minutes tops after waking up.

    To me, no harm was done by the parent. It happens every single day in dentistry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yanna View Post
    I don't think it's that funny. It made me feel uncomfortable and I had to stop watching. I have zero experience with laughing gas. We just suck it up and deal with dentists in Europe.
    I think it might actually be a cultural thing.

    Our kids don't have to go to Dr. Mengele either. They get a local anesthesia when they get major dental work done. NEVER a drug that impairs your consciousness. "Is this real life?" Dear God! How fuckin sad!

    Our kids also have to suck it up when there are exams at school or when their hearts get broken. It's LIFE. No Prozac, no Xanax, no Zoloft, no high.

    A little discomfort won't kill a child. Drugs, on the other hand....
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    That kind of fucked up can't be from just laughing gas. I was hearing the dad tell the kid to keep his finger out of his mouth because of stitches, so I'm thinking they were at an oral surgeon for some sort of procedure. But this kind of reaction doesn't seem normal even for a kid that was anesthesized for a dental procedure. FFS, it looks like someone shot the kid up with some Ketamine.
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    I don't know, I didn't realize how sensitive I personally was to pain meds until I came back from oral surgery for my wisdom teeth. when you're that little, you say funny things anyway, and maybe the kid just happened to be sensitive to stuff like that and they didn't know it yet. I don't think it's disturbing at all.
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    I am jealous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    ^^^^
    i think it's laughing gas (nitrous oxide). and it's commonly used by dentists. or at least it was. my siblings are all older now so i'm not up to date on dentists and drugs and kids.
    and it's usually done for something painful. the kid mentions he has stitches in his mouth, so maybe it was to do something relatively major, like drain a huge abscess. i'd rather have a kid who's high than a kid in excruciating pain having his mouth cut and stitched up.

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