A lot of potheads out there had high hopes for legalization in 2020 and the recent election delivered. Now, only fifteen states still outlaw marijuana (the straight edge states), but it's only a matter of time until those stinky trees spread all across the nation. Until then, let's enjoy some dank stoner memes and a giant plate of nachos.
Oh no, what's that? A weary internet traveler bored of the same old social media tedium? This looks like a job for Memebase. We've got just the thing to start off the dull day with a hilarious bang: MEMES!
Ever think there's something missing from your life? A dark void that needs to be filled? Some people need a bucket of chicken wings and others need 500 million dollars. Sometimes all a person needs is just one piece to feel complete. In 2018, meme-maker Alexis Burelo revealed that God was missing from his life in an image depicting a puzzle-person holding their one missing piece. Since then, people have reposted way less intense variations of the meme across the internet. We've collected some of the funniest examples of this format, and if this list is any indication, seems like a lot of people online need girlfriends.
The 'Dabbing Dude' meme is a meme with something for everyone. No matter how old you are or how kind, most people can relate to the feeling of reveling in another person's misfortune or even inconvenience. This shirtless youth, gleefully dabbing himself into oblivion as he watches a girl fight, represents that exact feeling.
While the premise is very basic, the meme is being used to describe some relatively complex ideas, ranging from politics to history. Versatile memes like this one tend to take off pretty quickly, so you can expect more great memes to come at you soon!
Everyone's favorite stoner day has officially arrived, and we've got some appropriately dank memes to help you celebrate it. Grab your visine, buy some munchies and get ready to blaze it. Stoner memes should be more main stream, its a shame that they haven't gotten more attention. But memes when you are stoned are truly that much better. Opening up your mind to connections and enhancing the experience, at least if you know what you're doing. Otherwise you're lodged in a couch for the afternoon sans the ability to speak. But while your vegging out on the couch, try to spice up your life a little with these spicy dank memes.
It's only a matter of time before marijuana is legalized all over the United States (we've got 40 states to go) and the practice of smoking or consuming jazz cabbage is rapidly becoming normalized. This is especially apparent on the internet - the proof is in these memes that are directed at the THC fiends - for everything else, there's CBD.
Y'all ever get so stoned off of the reefer that you forgot the names of simple, everyday things? Yeah, uhh, us either. If THAT were to happen, we might come up with our own clever substitute terminologies so as to attempt to communicate. That's basically what we're serving up here. While some of the "stoner names" are basic AF, others are freakin' brilliant.
As marijuana prohibition becomes a thing of the past, it’s time to start looking toward the future.
That’s where Seedo comes in.
Seedo is a tiny, mini-fridge-sized grower that let’s you grow any herb in almost any space. Marketed toward the 21st-century young urban professional, Seedo does all the work of growing your sativa and indica for you. You just plant the seeds in Seedo, and like a Ronco Rotisserie Oven, you just set it, and…
Well, sort of. The Seedo comes complete with an app, so that you can monitor your progress through notifications or a video feed to your phone of what you’re growing. This little guy has a full auto-grow system that’s airtight and a lighting system. It’s a whole farm in a mini-fridge.
This isn’t just for weed, even though that’s what it’s mostly marketed for. You can also grow vegetables, fresh herbs, and flowers. It’s a the whole thing. You need it. Buy it.
According to their website and Twitter, the Seedo is coming very soon. But you can get on the waiting list for on their website.
The presidential election wasn’t the only thing on the ballot yesterday. In fact, three states held votes to decide whether they would join Colorado, Washington, and Oregon to become the next 420-friendly states, and vote they did.
California, Nevada, and Massachusetts all legalized marijuana for recreational use yesterday. But that’s not all, “Voters in Florida, North Dakota, and Arkansas approved medical marijuana measures,” according to the Associated Press.
"I'm thrilled," said Northern California marijuana grower Nikki Lastreto to AP. "I'm so excited that California can now move forward."
So if you don’t like the election night results, no need to leave the country. You can simply go to Massachusetts, California, or Nevada and toke a load off.
Bad news for those in need of pain relief in Arkansas. The Arkansas Supreme Court has decided to remove issue 7, a new medical marijuana law, to the November 8 ballot. Despite 142,000 early voters having already voted for issue 7, which allows patients with specific medical conditions and doctor's approval to purchase marijuana from dispensaries, the court has decided not to add it on the November ballot.
"Justices tossed out more than 12,000 signatures that were approved by election officials for the proposal, saying supporters didn't comply with laws regarding registration and reporting of paid canvassers," reports ABC News. "The decision left the group nearly 2,500 signatures shy of what was needed to qualify for the ballot."
Arkansas voters do have another marijuana-related issue on the ballot, t Issue 6 is up for a vote but has more restrictions, namely it doesn't include a provision that allows patients to grow their own if they don't live near a dispensary.
Anyway, the whole thing seems to be harshing a lot of mellows, which is never cool. Also, you know, this type of thing could have really helped people, as many were quick to point out.
Snoop Dogg, the world's most chill weed advocate, is taking on the NFL's desire to have access to guns in a new Instagram video.
Snoop takes issue with the NFL wanting to give football players access to guns but not access to weed. He successfully argues that football is already a violent profession which lends itself to perpetuating a violent environment amongst the players, and that weed would be a panacea to this problem of violence and allow the players some respite from their aggressive environment.
He even reached out the NFL to offer his services as an advocate to make this change happen: