Ted Smith, representing the Vancouver Island Cannabis Buyers Club, takes a super pose at the Gay Pride Parade.
Like this little fellow, my feline is never too far away from a packed bowl. Though her interest in the pipe can mostly be attributed to the smoke curling from its smoldering contents, I always get a kick out of seeing her follow the bowl around as it’s passed in a circle.
A series of cartoons for Cheech’s biography…
I’ve been smoking Backwoods Cigars (stuffing them with weed anyway) since the 90s. I’ve always considered them one of the harsher choices when selecting a cigar for use as a blunt. The person responsible for modifying the text on this Backwoods Grape cigar packaging probably agrees.
This, as is the case with most Rube Goldberg Machines, is not the most efficient way to go about completing the task at hand. It is more entertaining though than the typical method, stoned or not.
Many of these statistics we could have guessed; others we found very surprising. What are your thoughts?
The A.D.I.D.A.S. Attitude Is, All Day I Dream About Sacks! Ok maybe that isn’t the official trademark logo, but it sure fits the bill. Speaking of fit, I wonder if those come in size 420 and if the herbage is included?
Reddit’s community is always ready for a discussion and their discussions are often filled with witty insights, vivid personal experiences, and wonderfully exaggerated fictional accounts. Here’s a brief look at a recent popular story there concerning marijuana in which a user submitted a query to the rest of the community.
Growing up in Houston in the mid-nineties — and of course blazing a ton of schwag — I’ve rolled and smoked more blunts than the typical marijuana smoker; White Owls, Phillies (Blunts and Titans), Backwoods, Swishers, Optimos and many more.