The St. Patrick's Day of weed.
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Poll: Is there anyone else here who just hates the smell of pot? I've never found it appealing. It's just gross.
I'm giving this five stars, one for how much I hate the grammar, one for the theme, one for the fact I completely forgot it was 4/20 and the other two stars are for him literally smoking gold while children starve somewhere.
It smells gross. I can see getting used to it, but I don't get the people who love the smell.
I think a better question might be: is there anyone who DOESN'T hate the smell of pot? Stoners don't buy incense merely to make sure they won't get caught.
I think the whole "sniffing the bud" thing is because they like the anticipation of the weed, not because they actually like the smell itself.
Smells are entirely emotional. Smoke from a grill smells good because of the positive memories surrounding food cooking outdoors you probably have. Weed smoke smells good to those who associate it with conscious and subconscious positive things; if you don't have a positive view of weed then you probably will never like the smell. I don't hate it, but I don't fawn over it either.
That was funny, but largely because a package of 25 6"x6" pieces of gold leaf will run you about 7 bucks. Quite a markup there, huh? Wish I had thought of that.
Burning weed stinks, but that just tells you that "there is a better way".
I like the smell of skunks, so pot smells great.
I dunno, I still use swishers, which masks the smell and the taste. It's kinda like vodka: you're drinking top shelf vodka vs. well, you're probably gonna justify drinking it on the rocks without adding candy-flavored soda to it, but with weed, well, different strains give you different highs, so the smell and taste is important for testing purposes but then, yeah. Grape flavored swishers all the way.
I can't stand the smell of weed from a bong or other water pipe though. As a cigarette smoker (trying to quit I promise) I like the smell of cigars and cigarettes, but when people ash their cigarettes out into mostly empty beer cans in my house I want to vomit.
Speaking of vodka, if you like the effects of weed and not the taste, and don't like smoke in general, here's something that's kinda fun: you can always put the smoke in a freezer in one of those plastic cups with the hard plastic lids and drink it later. Basically you still have to suck it out and get it in there, but "drinking" it gets you really high without the taste.
iZ, I checked Amazon and while the earlier post about gold leaf costing is wrong (that's a copper/zinc alloy, not real gold), you CAN get food grade 20 karat gold leaf on there for about per square inch, so either way this is not particularly impressive.
Sativa's normally smell really good, indicas tend to have more of the over baring scent.
Mothership: While I can agree that scent is linked to emotion to a large degree, I had no idea what it was I was smelling the first time I encountered it wafting in through my bedroom window. Since, well, I'm boring, and had never encountered the smell of pot before, and never used pot, or hung out with people using pot, so I had no idea it was pot.
Still smelled like shit.
In before Cena trying to tell us that cocaine > pot.
crack > cocaine > meth > teeth > huffing > I wish I had a father
Most of the people I've known who used a lot of cocaine were the most outspoken about it being a shitty, overpriced drug; the ones who weren't tended to end up doing things like couriering heroin to pay of their cocaine debt. Or having a stroke before 30. Or moving to Georgia.
Coke's pretty dumb. This one night I came home and there were a whole bunch of people I didn't know in my house, doing lines. I was like "fuck it" because I wasn't paying for it, so I guess did a LOT of their coke, and this was probably one of 3 times I've done coke and remembered it. Anyway I cleaned my room and went to sleep. Just felt like drinking coffee before bed.
Yeah that's a good analogy. I'm coming off of nicotine, sort of, and my last vice is just wanting to smoke a cigarette in places where I know I can't for a while, like airplanes and public school properties. When I'm at home, I rarely feel like I want to smoke at all anymore.
"That wonder quality of being unenjoyable and addictive" is why I quit Facebook.
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