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(New York Daily News)   Put that in your pipe and smoke it: Dutch company introduces world's first 'e-joint,' claims it is 100 percent legal, completely harmless and contains no dangerous substances like nicotine, tobacco or even THC   (nydailynews.com) divider line 61
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2014-06-23 08:52:13 PM  
What's the bloody point of that, then?
 
2014-06-23 09:05:13 PM  

Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?


To liberate stupid people from their cash?
 
2014-06-23 09:26:57 PM  

Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?


Nothing beats a THC-free joint and a cold non-alcoholic beer or two to wind down the week, my friend.
 
2014-06-23 09:30:53 PM  
FTFA: According to Contant, the eJoint is "100 percent legal" and vaporizes vegetable glycerine, propylene glycol and one of six "biological" flavors like watermelon, passion fruit, green apple, and something called "sweet energy."

So, basically, it's an E-Cig filled with a nicotine free juice that has a pot leaf logo on the end of it.
 
2014-06-23 09:33:01 PM  

Gecko Gingrich: Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

Nothing beats a THC-free joint and a cold non-alcoholic beer or two to wind down the week, my friend.


Is that up there with doing lines of baking soda off nuns bottoms?
 
2014-06-23 10:53:37 PM  

Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?


It's not mentioned in the article, but it may contain CBD, the  other major chemical in pot. And while THC is listed in the various statutes, CBD is not, so something that only had CBD could, theoretically, be legal.
 
2014-06-24 12:24:59 AM  
No chemicals, harmless, legal?  I can do that same thing with a free straw from McDonalds.
 
2014-06-24 12:25:06 AM  
So they copied an open vape pen and put non weed extract in the little cartridges?

Grats uh, dutch guy. Maybe re-invent the windmill some more.
 
2014-06-24 12:26:53 AM  
It's better to look good than to feel good.

/I guess
 
2014-06-24 12:30:16 AM  
The EU is hilarious.

//Well, to Americans and Russians anyway.
 
2014-06-24 12:30:37 AM  

Czechzican: Gecko Gingrich: Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

Nothing beats a THC-free joint and a cold non-alcoholic beer or two to wind down the week, my friend.

Is that up there with doing lines of baking soda off nuns bottoms?


I think I've seen that movie
 
2014-06-24 12:31:27 AM  

Theaetetus: Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

It's not mentioned in the article, but it may contain CBD, the  other major chemical in pot. And while THC is listed in the various statutes, CBD is not, so something that only had CBD could, theoretically, be legal.


How much do you smoke a day??
 
2014-06-24 12:32:51 AM  

Theaetetus: Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

It's not mentioned in the article, but it may contain CBD, the  other major chemical in pot. And while THC is listed in the various statutes, CBD is not, so something that only had CBD could, theoretically, be legal.


This.
 
2014-06-24 12:34:07 AM  

Czechzican: Gecko Gingrich: Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

Nothing beats a THC-free joint and a cold non-alcoholic beer or two to wind down the week, my friend.

Is that up there with doing lines of baking soda off nuns bottoms?


Sister Mathona would get white chalk on the back of her habit, so my warped friend, there's nothing remotely erotic or entertaining about white power on that old lady's buttocks.  Her weapon of choice was freakishly long thumbnails which she mercilessly jabbed into our earlobes as a handle to shake our 8yo heads.
 
2014-06-24 12:36:54 AM  

Theaetetus: Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

It's not mentioned in the article, but it may contain CBD, the  other major chemical in pot. And while THC is listed in the various statutes, CBD is not, so something that only had CBD could, theoretically, be legal.


If that's true we're pretty much talking about some strains of medical mj.
 
2014-06-24 12:39:38 AM  
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2014-06-24 12:39:40 AM  

rkiller1: Sister Mathona


Dammit!
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//cmon fark...
 
2014-06-24 12:48:38 AM  
Everyone I've seen smoking one of those pens looks like a douchebag.
 
2014-06-24 12:50:24 AM  
You can already get THC laced vapor fluid to smoke in your electronic cigarette.
 
2014-06-24 12:56:58 AM  
Mind if I smoke?
www.zanesmall.com
 
2014-06-24 12:58:45 AM  
A little dabs will do ya'...

www.quickmeme.com
 
2014-06-24 01:03:50 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: FTFA: According to Contant, the eJoint is "100 percent legal" and vaporizes vegetable glycerine, propylene glycol and one of six "biological" flavors like watermelon, passion fruit, green apple, and something called "sweet energy."

So, basically, it's an E-Cig filled with a nicotine free juice that has a pot leaf logo on the end of it.


That.

What a joke.
 
2014-06-24 01:20:58 AM  

Theaetetus: Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

It's not mentioned in the article, but it may contain CBD, the  other major chemical in pot. And while THC is listed in the various statutes, CBD is not, so something that only had CBD could, theoretically, be legal.


Theoretically yes, but the idea that they'd release a marijuana themed smoking device, announce it to major news outlets, go out of their way to mention that it doesn't contain any THC...but NOT mention anything about the fact that it does contain CBD. Not very likely.

Heck I dunno why they even mention the glycerin/legality in the first place....most pen vaporizers are going to vaporize whatever the hell you put next to the coil, there's not exactly some fuzzy logic chip in there that's going to turn off the element when it detects THC nearby. It's just marketing claptrap....the suggestion that the ejoint is '100 percent legal' implies that there's some sort of illegal THC-loaded vaporizer out there, which there isn't. What you put in it might not be legal, but that's not the manufacturer's problem....unless of course your vaporizer ONLY accepts proprietary cartridges from the manufacturer because your revolutionary 'E-Joint' is actually the world's millionth semi-disposable, piece of crap, e-cigarette, which certainly should not world qualify as world news.
 
2014-06-24 01:21:06 AM  
What's next? Synthahol?
 
2014-06-24 01:37:51 AM  

gilatrout: Everyone I've seen smoking one of those pens looks like a douchebag.


Have you ever heard any of them talk about smoking?  If it looks like, sounds like, and sometimes smells like, it probably is a bag with which one douches.
 
2014-06-24 01:38:37 AM  

thesloppy: Theaetetus: Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

It's not mentioned in the article, but it may contain CBD, the  other major chemical in pot. And while THC is listed in the various statutes, CBD is not, so something that only had CBD could, theoretically, be legal.

Theoretically yes, but the idea that they'd release a marijuana themed smoking device, announce it to major news outlets, go out of their way to mention that it doesn't contain any THC...but NOT mention anything about the fact that it does contain CBD. Not very likely.

Heck I dunno why they even mention the glycerin/legality in the first place....most pen vaporizers are going to vaporize whatever the hell you put next to the coil, there's not exactly some fuzzy logic chip in there that's going to turn off the element when it detects THC nearby. It's just marketing claptrap....the suggestion that the ejoint is '100 percent legal' implies that there's some sort of illegal THC-loaded vaporizer out there, which there isn't. What you put in it might not be legal, but that's not the manufacturer's problem....unless of course your vaporizer ONLY accepts proprietary cartridges from the manufacturer because your revolutionary 'E-Joint' is actually the world's millionth semi-disposable, piece of crap, e-cigarette, which certainly should not world qualify as world news.


They've already gotten 725 clicks from Fark by the time your post showed up.  So, well, apparently they're doing something right.
 
2014-06-24 01:50:29 AM  

davidphogan: They've already gotten 725 clicks from Fark by the time your post showed up. So, well, apparently they're doing something right.


In my defence, I only clicked to see if there was a bloody point to the things.
 
2014-06-24 02:13:55 AM  

davidphogan: thesloppy: Theaetetus: Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

It's not mentioned in the article, but it may contain CBD, the  other major chemical in pot. And while THC is listed in the various statutes, CBD is not, so something that only had CBD could, theoretically, be legal.

Theoretically yes, but the idea that they'd release a marijuana themed smoking device, announce it to major news outlets, go out of their way to mention that it doesn't contain any THC...but NOT mention anything about the fact that it does contain CBD. Not very likely.

Heck I dunno why they even mention the glycerin/legality in the first place....most pen vaporizers are going to vaporize whatever the hell you put next to the coil, there's not exactly some fuzzy logic chip in there that's going to turn off the element when it detects THC nearby. It's just marketing claptrap....the suggestion that the ejoint is '100 percent legal' implies that there's some sort of illegal THC-loaded vaporizer out there, which there isn't. What you put in it might not be legal, but that's not the manufacturer's problem....unless of course your vaporizer ONLY accepts proprietary cartridges from the manufacturer because your revolutionary 'E-Joint' is actually the world's millionth semi-disposable, piece of crap, e-cigarette, which certainly should not world qualify as world news.

They've already gotten 725 clicks from Fark by the time your post showed up.  So, well, apparently they're doing something right.


Well, I'd offer that a wallet full of Daily Mail clicks is worth about as much as a 'joint' full of glycerin. That said, I certainly can't deny that there's also a class of folks who will happily pay a premium to put a weed leaf on everything they own.
 
2014-06-24 02:23:59 AM  
vaporizes vegetable glycerine, propylene glycol and one of six "biological" flavors like watermelon, passion fruit, green apple, and something called "sweet energy

Well why don't I just suck on an air freshener?
 
2014-06-24 02:38:26 AM  
The correlation between the pot leaf and the device makes about as much sense as putting a Jaguar hood ornament on your mailbox.
 
2014-06-24 02:47:21 AM  

C18H27NO3: The correlation between the pot leaf and the device makes about as much sense as putting a Jaguar hood ornament on your mailbox.


Well, if you want your mailbox to suddenly erupt into unspecified electrical problems that will cost a grand to fix.
 
2014-06-24 03:00:07 AM  
Farking dumm!  with two Ms!


But they do have one on their website that is listed as:

Dry herb/wax vaporizer
183 Degrees C
Smoke herbs safely

http://www.e-njoint.com/en/

But it's not ready to buy yet.

So still pretty dumm.
 
2014-06-24 03:02:30 AM  

Theaetetus: Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

It's not mentioned in the article, but it may contain CBD, the  other major chemical in pot. And while THC is listed in the various statutes, CBD is not, so something that only had CBD could, theoretically, be legal.


And that actually has non-stoner implications.  THC is what makes you high, but CBD is the emphasis for the medicinal value of marijuana.
 
2014-06-24 03:16:24 AM  
They already have real marijuana vape pens, they're pretty dope.
 
2014-06-24 03:36:15 AM  
I'll just go into the shower and turn it up to hot and inhale the steam and pretend i'm getting high.
 
2014-06-24 04:46:02 AM  

C18H27NO3: The correlation between the pot leaf and the device makes about as much sense as putting a Jaguar hood ornament on your mailbox.


Damnit!

*looks for new idea*
 
2014-06-24 05:18:55 AM  

Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?


Weed-branded vaping pipe. For people who don't get enough attention from the police, but don't want to actually get arrested.
 
2014-06-24 06:23:17 AM  
So. It's an advertisement for an eCig.
 
GBB
2014-06-24 07:00:05 AM  
Hey, whatever kills them faster, I say.
 
2014-06-24 07:13:17 AM  

GBB: Hey, whatever kills them faster, I say.


if actual weed was involved your comment would be irrelevant. Who knows what nonsense is in this.
 
GBB
2014-06-24 07:36:24 AM  

TheJoe03: GBB: Hey, whatever kills them faster, I say.

if actual weed was involved your comment would be irrelevant. Who knows what nonsense is in this.


I figured that if actual weed isn't being used, since whatever this is doesn't contain THC much like that K2 Spice bath salt crap that's been floating around, that this would also be some unregulated poison that ends up killing people looking for a 'high'.
 
2014-06-24 07:42:18 AM  

GBB: TheJoe03: GBB: Hey, whatever kills them faster, I say.

if actual weed was involved your comment would be irrelevant. Who knows what nonsense is in this.

I figured that if actual weed isn't being used, since whatever this is doesn't contain THC much like that K2 Spice bath salt crap that's been floating around, that this would also be some unregulated poison that ends up killing people looking for a 'high'.


Agreed. I tried K2 once and it didn't feel right at all, made me more paranoid than real weed. Fake weed is bad news. I doubt it will kill people but it's a shame that anyone is forced into fake weed when real weed is flat out better for you.
 
2014-06-24 07:49:01 AM  

Czechzican: Gecko Gingrich: Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

Nothing beats a THC-free joint and a cold non-alcoholic beer or two to wind down the week, my friend.

Is that up there with doing lines of baking soda off nuns bottoms?



Depends on the nun.
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2014-06-24 07:53:38 AM  

Ambivalence: Theaetetus: Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

It's not mentioned in the article, but it may contain CBD, the  other major chemical in pot. And while THC is listed in the various statutes, CBD is not, so something that only had CBD could, theoretically, be legal.

And that actually has non-stoner implications.  THC is what makes you high, but CBD is the emphasis for the medicinal value of marijuana.


THC also has medical uses...
 
2014-06-24 08:14:30 AM  
Awww jeez, Edith! Just let the folks use cannabis already!
 
2014-06-24 08:15:53 AM  
But have you ever smoked non-weed extract....ON WEED?
 
2014-06-24 08:55:33 AM  
you want to go inside and blow some lines of baking powder?
 
2014-06-24 09:21:32 AM  

Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?

 
2014-06-24 09:33:31 AM  

txchad: you want to go inside and blow some lines of baking powder?


Not really but can I borrow a cup of baking soda?

- Crack manufacturing neighbor.
 
2014-06-24 09:36:25 AM  

Czechzican: What's the bloody point of that, then?


Damn. Such an unexpected Boobies.
 
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