Because it's 4.20 and I just wouldn't feel right if I didn't make at least one weed related post, some 4-year old found a bag of ganja in a used video game case his dad bought him from Blockbuster. Note to self: don't hide weed in rented video games. Oooh -- and buy more chocolate milk.
Andy Brown, 30, bought his son a used copy of Fight Night Round 4 from a local Blockbuster.
"He'd only been playing the game ten minutes when he came down with the bag in his hand and asked, 'Daddy, what's this?'" Brown told the Sun. "I checked and realized. I was horrified and took it off him straight away."
"They should be checking all the boxes before they sell them," Brown told the Sun. "What if he'd thought it was sweets, and started munching away? It doesn't bear thinking about."
First of all, if your kid mistakes a bag of weed for sweets it's your fault for always telling him broccoli is candy. And secondly, you want to know what would have happened if he DID eat it? Not a whole lot, unless he was crushing that shit like Cookie Monster at a bake sale. Ever self-respecting scientist knows the human body is incredibly ineffective at metabolizing ingested THC that hasn't been bound to another fat. Now if he'd rendered the weed in butter and made pot brownies, that would be a whole different story. One that ends with your son convinced he's a boxer in a video game. Been there, done that, amirite? Suck it, Soda Popinski!
Thanks to shackleford, who once ate 1/4 pound before realizing it was frozen spinach.