What is even in this stuff? Is it hallucinogens or what?
The vote will be held tomorrow.
Nope, but if you boil it with milk and then will drink a glass… don’t forget to close all windows and doors.
Cool, and i was thinking about what to watch tonight. Kubrick the best
I knew some dudes in college that bought a bunch of this shit and was saying how bad it was. I’m surprised it’s still making the rounds because that was like 8 years ago.
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I’m really fucking pissed off a the MA Cannibis Council right now. They’ve been dragging their feet for months, and now it’s boiling over. Sunday was supposed to be the first day that you could sell recreational cannibis in MA. Of course, that’s pending approval of the applications, which started in April. Of the 1000 applications, 51 met the paperwork requirements, of which 15 are retail establishments. The grand total approved is…
I love my current dealer, but being able to get edibles without having to make them myself will be pretty legit.
I’m glad I like cooking, it’s still double secret illegal here