As we’ve seen in the news, incidents of pets being rushed to the vet for ingesting marijuana are on the rise. If you love your furry buds as much as your dank ones, here are some tips on how not to be a dummy.
Well, I guess the age old advice of “never go grocery shopping while high” has gone up in a cloud of smoke.
In celebration of 4/20, we reached out to our pals across Atlantic Canada for their anecdotes and experiences of life on weed: the good, the bad and the paranoid.
Don’t believe the reefer madness. No one is going to drop edibles or weed-infused candy in your kid’s pillow case this Halloween season, despite what certain officials and other overly concerned fear-mongers might want to tell you. In response, some stoner devised a guide to an ideal halloweed night in.
The first time I ever bought weed, I sealed the deal over MSN. I was 14 and the year was 2005. You didn’t worry about the NSA back then, but a much more terrifying acronym which represented heavy surveillance, PAW (parents are watching).