I got it from a birthday party. I got it from a Christmas card. I got mine on Mother’s Day. Hi. I’m Talia Lin. Every year, millions of Americans are needlessly subjected to the dangers… …of secondhand glitter. These shiny, reflective particles – manufactured in the pits of hell… …infiltrate our children’s schools, sneak into our workplaces, and embed themselves deep into our homes. Forcing us to use the most extreme cleaning methods available. They seem harmless at first. Riding into our lives through costumes, decorations, or greeting cards. But those are never good enough for the shimmering parasites. They want us. They want our skin. And once they get a hold of it, they never let go. So this Christmas, or Valentine’s, or Easter, or whatever holiday you feel the need to make shiny, if you really love someone, you’ll give them the greatest gift of all: which is literally ANYTHING without glitter! It doesn’t matter what it is, just please, for the love of all that is holy, stop using glitter! You know, or maybe just keep it to yourself! If you want your house to look like a unicorn exploded in the middle of it, that’s fine! But we don’t! It gets everywhere and we don’t know how to get it off! We can’t keep living like this! And if we all work together… …and stop using this unnecessary evil, We won’t have to imagine a world without glitter! We can actually live in it. Oh no… It’s… He’s got it on him! Oh! Is it on my face?? Did I get it?? This episode of “So True, Y’all” is brought to you by Sevierville, TN. Your Smokies start here. Is it gone??