Officials at the Canadian border stopped a New York man after he was caught with dozens of bottles of what he claimed was holy water. But when a police dog sniffed the H2O it turned out to allegedly contain ketamine, a powerful hallucinogenic widely used as a date rape drug, it appeared the water was a tad unholier than met the eye.
In case you are afraid that some shyster might try to trick you into thinking that ketamine was holy water, and you don’t have a drug-sniffing dog handy, we are happy to present the following helpful list:
DUMB AS A BLOG PRESENTS: SOME DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HOLY WATER AND KETAMINE
-Holy water is generally used for baptisms, by priests.
-Ketamine is generally used for rapes, by rapists.
-Holy water is sometimes called "blessed" or "sanctified" water.
-Ketamine is sometimes called "super acid," "black hole" or "cat valium."
-Holy water is never to be disposed of in regular plumbing.
-Ketamine gets flushed the minute the cops show up.
-Holy water is rumored to fend off vampires.
-Ketamine is useless against a vampire, unless you want to rape it.