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2012-08-17 09:28:49 AM
Guest: "Margaret! Your house smells so good. What is that?"

Margaret: "Lavender and Sour Diesel"

[Margaret giggles uncontrollably]
 
DAR [TotalFark]
2012-08-17 09:59:46 AM
Used to work in the old days.......k/dar
 
2012-08-17 10:47:18 AM
"A Gwinnett County Police officer was northbound on I-85 near Gravel Springs Road when he noticed a white Chrysler Sebring drift across the fog line. The officer continued to observe the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop near Hamilton Mill Road after the vehicle crossed the fog line a second time."

I other words they were black and looked like they were worth stopping.
 
2012-08-17 11:09:29 AM
That's why you ship it encased in coffee grounds, silly.
 
2012-08-17 11:12:48 AM

Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: That's why you ship it encased in coffee grounds, silly.


I also heard peanut butter works pretty good too. Not that I would know from personal experience or anything
 
2012-08-17 11:13:27 AM
i675.photobucket.com 

"That's just my air freshener, officer."
 
2012-08-17 11:15:21 AM
Plant breeders have made low-odor strains. I can't remember what the names of the strains are.
 
2012-08-17 11:15:33 AM
That would be a good product though.

I don't know how well the 'Febreeze' type air fresheners work in this case but if they don't then someone should invent one that does. It would sell big.
 
2012-08-17 11:15:55 AM
Why isn't weed-aroma incense mass-produced?
 
2012-08-17 11:16:52 AM
 
2012-08-17 11:17:42 AM

moops: Plant breeders have made low-odor strains. I can't remember what the names of the strains are.


Ditch and Dirt
 
2012-08-17 11:17:50 AM
Her name...is farking...Tequila.
 
2012-08-17 11:17:57 AM
I have heard of people vacuum sealing a bag and then filling another bag with dryer sheets and vacuum sealing that bag around the first bag. You can also make a mute using a dryer sheets stuffed in a paper towel roll, just blow out through that and it smells like you are doing your laundry.
 
2012-08-17 11:18:26 AM
Who in the fark names their kid Tequila?
 
2012-08-17 11:18:57 AM

Farking Canuck: That would be a good product though.

I don't know how well the 'Febreeze' type air fresheners work in this case but if they don't then someone should invent one that does. It would sell big.


Smog Out

/never tried it, though their glass cleaner is best in market
//repeating, peppermint oil
 
2012-08-17 11:19:38 AM
Willie Nelson Bus Air Freshener
As for it by name.
 
2012-08-17 11:20:43 AM

farkerts: Who in the fark names their kid Tequila?


a real worm of a person
 
2012-08-17 11:22:01 AM

Headso: You can also make a mute using a dryer sheets stuffed in a paper towel roll, just blow out through that and it smells like you are doing your laundry.


Until this comment, I just thought my neighbor was a weirdo who did laundry every single night.

/not that I mind the smell of fresh linen
 
2012-08-17 11:22:26 AM

farkerts: Who in the fark names their kid Tequila?


At least they spelled it correctly. I met a girl named "Takeela" once.

/Why yes, she was a stripper.
 
2012-08-17 11:23:19 AM

Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: That's why you ship it encased in coffee grounds, silly.


Dogs are not fooled by "cover smells".

they can separate smells the way we can look in to a bowl of stew and see carrots, meat, peas, etc.
 
2012-08-17 11:24:13 AM

Agarista: Why isn't weed-aroma incense mass-produced?


Because some people DON'T enjoy getting routinely hassled by cops?
 
2012-08-17 11:25:43 AM

Headso: farkerts: Who in the fark names their kid Tequila?

a real worm of a person


Parents Mezcal-ulated the ramifications of name choice
 
2012-08-17 11:25:44 AM

farkerts: Who in the fark names their kid Tequila?


They call him Agave when he acts like a little prick.
 
2012-08-17 11:26:16 AM
Don't get high on your own supply...
 
2012-08-17 11:26:21 AM

Nothing To See Here: Willie Nelson Bus Air Freshener
As for it by name.


iloveweed.net

The Yellow Rose smells like green.
 
2012-08-17 11:27:04 AM
Thank goodness these criminals are off the street. Think of all the children who's lives they could have ruined with that marijuana. Good work officer! Your tenacity in following your nose deserves a medal. Like I always say, a good nose and a hunch trump the right to privacy every time!
 
2012-08-17 11:27:33 AM

SpectroBoy: Agarista: Why isn't weed-aroma incense mass-produced?

Because some people DON'T enjoy getting routinely hassled by cops?


After one or two publicised hassles, stopping for odor alone will no longer be viable.
In a perfect world...
 
2012-08-17 11:28:12 AM
This does:

static.www.odcdn.com
 
2012-08-17 11:29:18 AM
WHAT?!!!


/I'll be right back
 
2012-08-17 11:32:26 AM
Her aunt and his brother thank them.
Now that the weed is safely off the street, people can smoke crack instead. Winning (the war on drugs)!
 
2012-08-17 11:33:24 AM

moops: Plant breeders have made low-odor strains. I can't remember what the names of the strains are.


Neither can they.
 
2012-08-17 11:35:28 AM
Now it smells like pot and roses!
 
2012-08-17 11:36:05 AM
do they make a patchouli air freshener ? That would make Rob Gordon happy.
 
2012-08-17 11:38:58 AM
There's nothing more pathetic than a pot-head thinking he or she has outwitted everyone by covering up the smell of their weed.

/wow, now it smells like patchouli AND weed in your dorm room
 
2012-08-17 11:39:40 AM

Yakk: Now it smells like pot and roses!


I've heard roses smell like boo boo.
 
2012-08-17 11:48:39 AM
TFA: This stood out to me because this was an Enterprise rental car and the average motoring public does not add air fresheners to a rental car.

Says the guy who hasn't rented from Enterprise in ten years. I swear, every single one of their cars gets rented out to a smoker right before I get it.
 
2012-08-17 11:53:06 AM
The only thing you need to know about concealing smelly stuff is that plastic bags are NOT an air barrier. Try packing it in a metal tube with a screw on lid that has an O ring.
 
2012-08-17 11:55:48 AM
For smoking it covertly, take a paper towel roll and rubber-brand a set of two dryer sheets to the end of it. Exhale through this. It's good for a bowl, change the sheets as needed. It won't keep people who are regularly in the room from knowing, but it'll keep people outside your room from knowing.
 
2012-08-17 12:03:37 PM
This point will be lost on people already intoxicated by the marijuana leaves.
 
2012-08-17 12:04:59 PM
Old Spice body spray does the trick...
 
2012-08-17 12:05:33 PM
In college, ca. 25 years ago, some friends would take a Bounce dryer sheet and put it into a cardboard toilet paper tube. Then, they'd blow the smoke out through the tube, making their place smell like laundry right out of the dryer.

DIY stoner ingenuity.
 
2012-08-17 12:06:00 PM
Pro tip: when trafficking 3 lbs of marijuana, it's probably best not to drive like a moron and/or stoned and/or while black.

Just because you have it doesn't mean you should smoke it. It's probably best that these idiots are out of the game, though I feel bad for those people up in Minnesota who'll be running dry because of them - that whole state could use a good toke from time to time.
 
2012-08-17 12:06:18 PM

K-jack: This does:

[Ozium.jpg]


Came to post that
 
2012-08-17 12:06:47 PM
Don't kids know how to make a blow tube anymore? Fabric softener sheets stuffed in a paper towel or toilet paper tube*? It's not that hard people!

/* with a spritz of cheap cologne for good measure
 
2012-08-17 12:24:48 PM

SpectroBoy: Dogs are not fooled by "cover smells".


Dogs aren't as reliable as the propaganda would have you believe. The false positive rate is as high as 60%. Independent controlled testing shows dogs are more likely to alert on (possibly subconscious) cues their handlers are giving them than actual drugs.
 
2012-08-17 12:25:20 PM
Or you could just...oh, I don't know...smoke someplace where the smell doesn't matter.

It really isn't that hard, folks. It just takes a few brain cells. Just a few.

The day I need farking dryer sheets to smoke dope is the day I farking quit. Seriously, that is as lame as smoking out of an apple. If you are that farking desperate to get high, you don't deserve pot in the first place. Go get some meth or some Krylon or something.
 
2012-08-17 12:26:54 PM

glassgnome: Pro tip: when trafficking 3 lbs of marijuana, it's probably best not to drive like a moron and/or stoned and/or while black.

Just because you have it doesn't mean you should smoke it. It's probably best that these idiots are out of the game, though I feel bad for those people up in Minnesota who'll be running dry because of them - that whole state could use a good toke from time to time.


Yeah, I'm sure that 3 pounds of weed shipped to a South Carolina man at a Georgia address was all destined for Minnesota.

I seriously doubt any state would run dry because of one bust. But yeah, I think most people could use a good toke.
 
2012-08-17 12:28:44 PM
I don't care if you toke. Just don't toke and drive.

I don't smoke but I think it should be legalized. The war on drugs is a costly boondoggle, both in terms of money and civil liberties.

Prohibition didn't work in the 1920s and it's not working now.
 
2012-08-17 12:30:01 PM
Vapir™, FTW.
 
2012-08-17 12:32:12 PM
10 Things that Potheads Really Believe
10. The smell of pot can be covered by peppermint, sandlewood, musk, patchouli or fruity incense. (Ref. "Incense and Peppermint", song. Sixties.
09. If you drive really slow and obey all the laws, the cops won't realize you are stoned and pull your hippy van over. (Ref. A Scanner Darkly, by Philip K. "Fatdick" Dick)
08. Smoking unfiltered weed is perfectly safe and does not cause cancer, unlike tobacco cigarettes (filtered) and pipes.
07. Hemp is extremely useful but the Government sits on it to protect Du Pont synthetics. (This is unusual in that it was and probably remains true. This is a list of things potheads believe, not a list of wrong things that potheads believe.)
06. "Stairway to Heaven" is the greatest song ever written.
05. You can save the world by shopping, or by not shopping, or by shopping responsibly. At any rate, don't buy shiatty corporate junk. Buy our shiatty homemade junk.
04. I was at Woodstock.
03. Nothing seems to have happened between July 1969 and the present, or at least nothing my brain deems worth remembering.
02. I have not suffered brain damage from drugs. I may be a communist, a drug maven and a dirty hippy, but brain damage from drugs has destroyed my memory and possibly two or three marriages, seeing as I keep getting all these cards on Father's Day or Mother's Day.
01. Richard Milhouse Nixon was a total fink and downer, man. (See, I told you this was a list of Pothead beliefs, not Pothead errors.)
 
2012-08-17 12:37:16 PM

K-jack: This does:

[static.www.odcdn.com image 250x250]


Cam here for this. Leaving satisfied.

/ozium
 
2012-08-17 12:39:29 PM
Another Classic Brantgoose Totally Made Up Tale of the Real World

Sorry we are late. We were behind this hippy van full of stoners and they were driving four miles an hour because they believed that this would make them invisible to cops. Naturally traffic was backed up and when the cops stopped them we all had to wait while the cops tried to convience the hippies that they should pull over to the side of the road, an operation which took slightly more false stops and slow moves than parking the S.S. Queen Mary during a regatta. Eventually, the cops got the hippies over to the side of the road but then they asked the hippies to get out of the van which meant that the road was blocked by stupid hippies wandering around aimlessly in all directions while the cops searched the van and hippies one by one and tried to convince the driver of the van that they were going to beat him to death as soon as nobody was looking.

Of course, this meant the road was blocked for a good long time but the problem was made worse because several cop cars were pulled up by then and parked on both sides of the road which meant that cars had to move at about a quarter of a mile an hour and then a giant transport truck that must have been a double-wide or something tried to get through the bottle neck which meant that the cops directing the traffic had to stop the traffic, back up the police cars, and move them further off to the side so that the truck could get through, thus proving that it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than an eight ton fully-loaded double wide semi-rig to pass through a single lane instead of two or three ....

The wedding was three days ago.

That's what I'm trying to explain!
 
2012-08-17 01:07:55 PM

jaylectricity: Her name...is farking...Tequila.


We had a job candidate named Marijuana who insisted that is not what it meant nor how it was pronounced.
 
Ral
2012-08-17 01:15:09 PM

Farking Canuck: That would be a good product though.

I don't know how well the 'Febreeze' type air fresheners work in this case but if they don't then someone should invent one that does. It would sell big.


I clean rental cars, and hotboxing in rental cars is a lot more common than you might imagine. Febreze does work reasonably well at getting rid of the smell. But the thing about smoke smells (both tobacco and weed) is that the real source of it is not the upholstery so much as the hard surfaces inside the car. The inside of the windshield, especially, is a major contributor. Removing such odors from cars requires a wipedown of all interior surfaces in addition to Febreze-type treatment.

There's no air freshener that could work because once the odor particles get stuck on a surface and are not in the air, aerosol products aren't going to touch it.
 
2012-08-17 01:17:06 PM

WhippingBoy: There's nothing more pathetic than a pot-head thinking he or she has outwitted everyone by covering up the smell of their weed.

/wow, now it smells like patchouli AND weed in your dorm room


Another fun story.

When I worked at the housing department people, for some reason, assumed the campus cops would sweep the dorms with drug dogs (never happened). One room of rather dim freshmen decided to defeat the drug dogs by sprinkling coffee on their windowsill. I used to wipe it off just to be a dick but they'd put it right back.
 
2012-08-17 01:18:53 PM

brantgoose: 10 Things that Potheads Really Believe
10. The smell of pot can be covered by peppermint, sandlewood, musk, patchouli or fruity incense. (Ref. "Incense and Peppermint", song. Sixties.
09. If you drive really slow and obey all the laws, the cops won't realize you are stoned and pull your hippy van over. (Ref. A Scanner Darkly, by Philip K. "Fatdick" Dick)
08. Smoking unfiltered weed is perfectly safe and does not cause cancer, unlike tobacco cigarettes (filtered) and pipes.
07. Hemp is extremely useful but the Government sits on it to protect Du Pont synthetics. (This is unusual in that it was and probably remains true. This is a list of things potheads believe, not a list of wrong things that potheads believe.)
06. "Stairway to Heaven" is the greatest song ever written.
05. You can save the world by shopping, or by not shopping, or by shopping responsibly. At any rate, don't buy shiatty corporate junk. Buy our shiatty homemade junk.
04. I was at Woodstock.
03. Nothing seems to have happened between July 1969 and the present, or at least nothing my brain deems worth remembering.
02. I have not suffered brain damage from drugs. I may be a communist, a drug maven and a dirty hippy, but brain damage from drugs has destroyed my memory and possibly two or three marriages, seeing as I keep getting all these cards on Father's Day or Mother's Day.
01. Richard Milhouse Nixon was a total fink and downer, man. (See, I told you this was a list of Pothead beliefs, not Pothead errors.)


Wouldn't it have been easier to type "I don't know any potheads."?
 
Ral
2012-08-17 01:21:26 PM

wmoonfox: TFA: This stood out to me because this was an Enterprise rental car and the average motoring public does not add air fresheners to a rental car.

Says the guy who hasn't rented from Enterprise in ten years. I swear, every single one of their cars gets rented out to a smoker right before I get it.


Oddly enough, I clean cars for Enterprise, and actually it's pretty common at our branch for customers to put an air freshener in the car. It's usually one of those cheap, tree-shaped ones from the gas station, and sometimes I have to hunt for it to find the source of the overwhelming fake-vanilla smell. Under floormats is a popular spot.

I don't know exactly why people do this, since these cars are not necessarily stinky ones to begin with. Maybe people don't like our cinnamon-scented interior cleaner or the grape-scented window cleaner (detail products are regional, so YMMV). It's also possible that other car preps (unlike me) do a shiatty job cleaning cars and they don't smell nice when the customer gets them.
 
2012-08-17 01:24:56 PM

Ral: Farking Canuck: That would be a good product though.

I don't know how well the 'Febreeze' type air fresheners work in this case but if they don't then someone should invent one that does. It would sell big.

I clean rental cars, and hotboxing in rental cars is a lot more common than you might imagine. Febreze does work reasonably well at getting rid of the smell. But the thing about smoke smells (both tobacco and weed) is that the real source of it is not the upholstery so much as the hard surfaces inside the car. The inside of the windshield, especially, is a major contributor. Removing such odors from cars requires a wipedown of all interior surfaces in addition to Febreze-type treatment.

There's no air freshener that could work because once the odor particles get stuck on a surface and are not in the air, aerosol products aren't going to touch it.


Fair enough but keep in mind that the original Febreeze product is a surface/fabric treatment. They came out with a second product line for air freshening.

The only reason I mention this brand (I am not a fan of brand loyalty even though I work for a huge american brand company (buy our products!!)) is that they claim that their product works by attacking the odor source instead of the typical cover-an-odor-with-a-flowery-odor technique. So I was thinking that, if they tailored a version of their product for this particular smell, it could be very effective and therefore a very good seller.

Of course, puritan groups would organize protests and boycotts if a major brand came out with a product targeted specifically to eliminate the marijuana smell.
 
2012-08-17 01:28:21 PM

clyph: SpectroBoy: Dogs are not fooled by "cover smells".

Dogs aren't as reliable as the propaganda would have you believe. The false positive rate is as high as 60%. Independent controlled testing shows dogs are more likely to alert on (possibly subconscious) cues their handlers are giving them than actual drugs.


I completely agree. The dog wants to please the cop, and when the cop wants an alert he gets one.

That said, mixing smells does not fool dogs. My friend had a blood hound that could track a person through a crowded college campus. That vile mix of smells NEVER threw the dog off for more than a few seconds and then he would get the trail again.

(yes, I know, bloodhounds are exceptionally good at this...)
 
2012-08-17 01:28:29 PM

Farking Canuck: The only reason I mention this brand (I am not a fan of brand loyalty even though I work for a huge american brand company (buy our products!!)) is that they claim that their product works by attacking the odor source instead of the typical cover-an-odor-with-a-flowery-odor technique. So I was thinking that, if they tailored a version of their product for this particular smell, it could be very effective and therefore a very good seller.


The Febreze molecule is basically a donut that gets wrapped around an odor molecule, warping it enough that it can't attach to the odor receptors in your nose. It would depend on the size of the "weed smell" molecule compared to the donut, I suppose.
 
2012-08-17 01:29:04 PM

clyph: SpectroBoy: Dogs are not fooled by "cover smells".

Dogs aren't as reliable as the propaganda would have you believe. The false positive rate is as high as 60%. Independent controlled testing shows dogs are more likely to alert on (possibly subconscious) cues their handlers are giving them than actual drugs.


And don't get me started on the pseudo science of polygraphs!
 
2012-08-17 01:30:05 PM

Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: The Febreze molecule is basically a donut that gets wrapped around an odor molecule, warping it enough that it can't attach to the odor receptors in your nose. It would depend on the size of the "weed smell" molecule compared to the donut, I suppose.


Why did you bring up donuts in a pot thread? It's like throwing chum to the sharks.
 
2012-08-17 01:30:36 PM
In case I decide to veer...er, exit off I-95 in Georgia, can one of y'all (Yankee trying to be funny) tell me what a fog line is in case I'm in a fog and need to get in the fog line. I don't have the foggiest notion what one is.
 
2012-08-17 01:31:18 PM
Ozium got my buddy out of jam. He swears by it now.
 
2012-08-17 01:31:49 PM

KOOLmike: Vapir™, FTW.


s3files.core77.com
I prefer the Wispr

I actually like the Volcano the best of my vaporizers, but it needs wall power.
 
Ral
2012-08-17 01:40:20 PM

Farking Canuck: Fair enough but keep in mind that the original Febreeze product is a surface/fabric treatment. They came out with a second product line for air freshening.


True, and the product I use at work is intended for aerosol use. I have other stuff for carpet deodorizing. The one I use is scented, but I have used the unscented ones, and they do seem to actually neutralize odors rather than mask them.
 
2012-08-17 01:44:41 PM
The circle of life:

Youth: Man, I wanna smoke this joint, but how do I mask the smell so the cops don't catch me?
Middle Age: Man, I need to take a dump, but how do I mask the smell so the kids don't biatch at me?
 
2012-08-17 01:48:08 PM

SharkTrager: When I worked at the housing department people, for some reason, assumed the campus cops would sweep the dorms with drug dogs (never happened). One room of rather dim freshmen decided to defeat the drug dogs by sprinkling coffee on their windowsill. I used to wipe it off just to be a dick but they'd put it right back.


That wasn't coffee.
 
2012-08-17 01:48:24 PM
The Iolite works wonderfully for a year or so, mine eventually became difficult to breathe through despite multiple cleanings and screen changes, so I'm looking into a Silver Surfer or something like that.

The Smokebuddy has worked like a charm, the only catch being that the smoking device used will obviously produce some smell. It's lasted many months too, still not a smell comes out.
 
2012-08-17 02:04:30 PM

K-jack: This does:

[static.www.odcdn.com image 250x250]


Works great for getting the funk outta your motorcycle helmet, too.
 
2012-08-17 02:40:33 PM
Bear bags anyone?
 
2012-08-17 02:55:27 PM

brantgoose: 06. "Stairway to Heaven" is the greatest song ever written.


More likely they're gonna say Pink Floyd.
 
2012-08-17 02:59:29 PM

Moose23: In case I decide to veer...er, exit off I-95 in Georgia, can one of y'all (Yankee trying to be funny) tell me what a fog line is in case I'm in a fog and need to get in the fog line. I don't have the foggiest notion what one is.



It's just the solid white line on either side of the road. It's called that because it's supposed to be there to keep you from veering off the road in conditions of poor visibility.
 
2012-08-17 04:08:53 PM
Does that mean Eclipse gum doesn't cover the smell of vodka? Cause if that's true, I'm screwed
 
2012-08-17 04:10:41 PM

Onkel Buck: Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: That's why you ship it encased in coffee grounds, silly.

I also heard peanut butter works pretty good too. Not that I would know from personal experience or anything


That seems like a bad idea, my dog farking loves peanut butter...
 
2012-08-17 05:03:19 PM
Guys next door to my room sophomore year at college thought Pine scented air fresheners worked great.

/Everyone else just wondered who planted the weed in the christmas tree farm then set the whole thing on fire
 
2012-08-17 06:20:45 PM

K-jack: This does:

[static.www.odcdn.com image 250x250]


came here to say this, see it has been covered, off to put 1 in the air
 
2012-08-17 07:06:38 PM

SharkTrager: jaylectricity: Her name...is farking...Tequila.

We had a job candidate named Marijuana who insisted that is not what it meant nor how it was pronounced.


Are you sure her name wasn't Maria Juanita?

And speaking of Hispanophones*, whatever happened to Tila Tequila?

*Not to be confused with Hispano-Suizas, although nobody has ever had that problem.

upload.wikimedia.org
Cool
 
2012-08-17 07:48:31 PM
No lie, I know a guy whose real name is Whiskey.
 
2012-08-17 07:56:41 PM
And I knew a couple of kids named Corvette and Camero...

/free the weed!
 
2012-08-17 08:13:49 PM
As a non-weed smoker, it smells powerful strong. The smell will literally carry for hundreds of feet. If you smoke in your car, 3-5 cars behind you will know it (been there quite a few times now). Don't think that you can smoke anywhere and have people not know what you're doing (unless you're out in the boonies, and probably not even then).

I don't mind the smell but damn, it is powerful.
 
2012-08-17 08:20:05 PM

WhippingBoy: There's nothing more pathetic than a pot-head thinking he or she has outwitted everyone by covering up the smell of their weed.

/wow, now it smells like patchouli AND weed in your dorm room




Incense + Hello Neighbor filter
 
2012-08-17 09:25:05 PM

LazerFish: No lie, I know a guy whose real name is Whiskey.


My cousin named his kid Evan Williams, which is apparently a type of liquor

/sticks to the girlie drinks
 
2012-08-17 09:28:34 PM

K-jack: This does:

[static.www.odcdn.com image 250x250]


Looks like you have everything covered here, K-jack.

/carry on
 
2012-08-17 09:32:22 PM

macadamnut: [i675.photobucket.com image 384x512] 

"That's just my air freshener, officer."


Why I am not surprised that is a Japanese novelty item...

Jument: unless you're out in the boonies, and probably not even then


Out in the boonies works fine, provided you're sufficiently out in the boonies.
 
2012-08-17 09:35:07 PM
I use to live a few miles from this exit in Georgia - the woman who use to live in my apartment was named Tequila according to the collections letters and welfare-related mail that use to keep coming to my address for her. I guess it is becoming a common name for low class women here.
 
Ral
2012-08-17 11:05:09 PM

Jument: As a non-weed smoker, it smells powerful strong. The smell will literally carry for hundreds of feet. If you smoke in your car, 3-5 cars behind you will know it (been there quite a few times now). Don't think that you can smoke anywhere and have people not know what you're doing (unless you're out in the boonies, and probably not even then).

I don't mind the smell but damn, it is powerful.


This is definitely true. When I used to commute over the mountain on Hwy 17 to Santa Cruz, every few weeks (when the harvest occurred) you could smell pot for miles through those hills.
 
2012-08-17 11:16:29 PM

Jument: As a non-weed smoker, it smells powerful strong. The smell will literally carry for hundreds of feet. If you smoke in your car, 3-5 cars behind you will know it (been there quite a few times now). Don't think that you can smoke anywhere and have people not know what you're doing (unless you're out in the boonies, and probably not even then).

I don't mind the smell but damn, it is powerful.


If youre giving off that much smell, youre wasting it. Srsly, joints and blunts are farking wasteful. I even get annoyed when people dont snuff their piece and let it smolder. Waste not want not.
 
2012-08-17 11:29:40 PM
pot is fun...
 
2012-08-18 12:07:12 AM

QueenMamaBee: LazerFish: No lie, I know a guy whose real name is Whiskey.

My cousin named his kid Evan Williams, which is apparently a type of liquor

/sticks to the girlie drinks


His full name is Whiskey Burns :D
/beer rules
 
2012-08-18 09:32:19 AM

Headso: I have heard of people vacuum sealing a bag and then filling another bag with dryer sheets and vacuum sealing that bag around the first bag. You can also make a mute using a dryer sheets stuffed in a paper towel roll, just blow out through that and it smells like you are doing your laundry.


Toilet paper rolls are more compact and convenient. We call em "stink thiefs'
 
2012-08-18 06:48:13 PM
Febreze is a marvelous thing.

Popcorn and indian food will pretty effectively wipe the smell out of a room. Apparently popcorn is on the same arc smellwise as pot. My wife who has never tried it says she smells nothing except the popcorn.
 
2012-08-18 11:03:06 PM

brantgoose: And speaking of Hispanophones*, whatever happened to Tila Tequila?


Didn't she get knocked up by a couple of juggalos?
 
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