Mr. T And New Edition Want You To Say No To Drugs

Back in the ’80s, all it took to stay away from the pressures of our friends were the songs of boy bands and a firm shake of the head from Mr. T.

And now, the harrowing story of a child who was confronted with drugs by his friends on a pier with Mr. T and a boy band nearby, as told through .gifs:

“Hey, neat! Somebody left some beer and cigarettes in the garbage!”

“Nothing gets you more fucked up than garbage beer!”

“Oh yeah, garbage cigarettes!”


“Ouch! These garbage cigarettes are full of fire.”

“I pity the fool who gives in to peer pressure!”

“Don’t you wanna get hiiiigh off garbage, kid?”


(PEER PRESSURE DANCE, courtesy New Edition)


“I’m leaving! You’re all drug-addict, asshole peer pressure-ers. I know this because Mr. T, Bobby Brown, and the rest of the members of New Edition told me so and I trust them because they have never — and will never — partake in recreational drugs in their life. EVER. Of this, I am certain.”


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