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Ingesting Harmful Substances: Eating, consuming, or inserting non-food objects or chemicals that may cause illness or poisoning. static. This isn't a complete list ― price match guarantee, supplementary information. Asphyxiation: Any activity that prevents breathing or can lead to suffocation like: Misuse of weapons: Using weapons, like guns or knives, without proper safety precautions or in a way that could cause physical harm.

Includes the "No Lackin'" challenge. Whether minors could easily imitate the act Whether the content could be used to commit serious acts of violence Whether the upload is educational, documentary, scientific or artistic in nature Whether there's any commentary discouraging the act Whether the viewer can tell if it's real or fake Whether the content promotes a product that contains nicotine or a controlled substance A video about fake harmful pranks that seems so real that viewers can't tell the difference A reaction video to a dangerous challenge without any commentary discouraging the challenge A video reviewing brands of nicotine e-liquid This policy applies to videos, video descriptions, comments, live streams, and any other YouTube product or feature -

The following types of content are not allowed on YouTube.

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