Cafe Vale Tudo
24601 Raymond Way, Suite 9B
Lake Forest, CA 92630
If you and your stoner circle like to rip your bongs then this is the game for you!
The aim of the bong smoking game is to smoke the weed in your bong quicker than everyone in the circle can.
The prize: Before the game, everybody puts there bit towards a joint to be rolled by the winner.
How to play the bong game:
1. After putting your bit of weed in for the winners spliff, everybody participating in the game should pack a nice fat bowl.
2. Once the bowls have been packed someone says “3, 2, 1 toke!”
3. The first person to finish burning the contents of their bowl wins.
4. The winner rolls the joint, sparks that doobie and shares it with the losing friends!
This is a very fun smoking game guaranteed to get you high as hell!
Bitty Bong Bong
By: Steve Elliott
Ever since I started writing about marijuana, every time I look for related images online I keep running across a pot leaf photo that just doesn’t make sense.
|Photo: Weed Farmer|
|Cannabis flowers typically grow out of stalks and stems, not out of leaves.
A recent Harris Poll survey that polled over 3,100 adults online found that 74% of respondents support legalizing medical marijuana in their state, with 48% saying they strongly support it. When asked about legalizing recreational use, support came in at 42% with 49% opposed.
Not surprisingly, the east and west coasts of the U.S. support legalization the most, with 50% in both regions supporting recreational legalization. The south region polled as least supportive.
When asked about who should make the decision about legalization, 44% say it should be a state matter, while 40% think the feds should handle it. Either way, this poll shows the overwhelming support in this country for medical marijuana, and the growing support for recreational legalization.
Yet medical marijuana seems to remain a controversial issue. Why? If polls regularly showed 95% support for medical marijuana, would that make a difference? Or is it more of a matter politicians not caring? Or beyond that, is it a side effect of the fact that old white guys hold most of the elected positions in this country?
But times are changing. Progress may seem slow to some, but small, positive steps lead to the overall momentum we now enjoy. Legalization is inevitable as older politicians pass away and younger ones take their place.
It is up to us to speed legalization along.