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Weed Etiquette 101

Updated: Jan 12

A small weed jar on a desk with notebooks behind it

Are you a cannabis connoisseur who loves a great smoke session with friends, but don't always know the rules of etiquette when it comes to weed smoking? Read on for tips on how to be an exemplary guest every time and ensure everyone in your circle has an enjoyable experience free from awkwardness. Whether you're in someone else's home or socializing at a park, there are ways to be respectful which will make for pleasant shared moments that all can enjoy.

Bring enough weed to share - don’t be the person that only brings enough for themselves

There's nothing worse than being the only one at a gathering who didn't bring enough weed to share. It's a surefire way to earn the title of "mooch" and be left out of future smoke sessions. So, if you're headed to a get-together where smoking is on the agenda, make sure you bring enough to share with everyone. Not only will you be seen as a generous and considerate friend, but you'll also be helping to create a more inclusive and enjoyable atmosphere for all. Just remember, sharing is caring, and in the world of weed, it's especially important to spread the love.

Respect others' space - keep your smoke away from non-smokers and keep things at a reasonable volume

We all have our own personal space that we like to maintain. That's why it's crucial to show respect for others' space, especially when it comes to things like smoking and noise levels. Non-smokers often find it unpleasant and even harmful to inhale secondhand smoke, so it's important for smokers to keep their smoke away from people who don't partake. Similarly, being mindful of the volume of our music or conversations can help ensure that others aren't bothered by the noise. By showing respect for others' space, we can all coexist more harmoniously and enjoy our lives together.

Respect Everyone’s Individual Weed Tolerance

We all have our own unique weed tolerance, and it's important to respect that. Some people may be able to handle larger doses and feel little to no effects, while others may have a lower tolerance and feel the effects more strongly. It's crucial to understand that individual experiences with cannabis are not one-size-fits-all. Instead of judging and assuming someone's tolerance level, we should listen to them and respect their boundaries. By doing so, we can create a more inclusive and accepting environment for all cannabis consumers. After all, everyone deserves to enjoy the benefits of cannabis in their own way.

Clean up after yourself - make sure to properly dispose of roaches, ash, and other debris

Keeping a clean living space is more than just tidying up. It means being mindful of the little things that can make a big difference. When disposing of things like roaches, ash, and debris, it's important to properly dispose of them. Not only does it keep your home looking and smelling fresh, it also helps prevent any potential health hazards from accumulating. So the next time you finish a cigarette or spot a pesky roach, take a moment to dispose of it in the appropriate manner. Your future self (and anyone else who enters the space) will thank you for it.

Don't bring up any serious topics

In today's world, it seems like there are always heavy topics circulating in the news and social media. With so much to discuss, it can be tempting to dive into serious conversations at all times. However, sometimes it's important to give our minds a break from the weighty issues and simply enjoy the present moment with light-hearted conversation. Whether it's joking around with friends or sharing funny stories, taking a break from serious topics can be a refreshing change of pace. So next time you're catching up with someone, try to resist the urge to bring up any heavy topics and instead focus on enjoying each other's company in the here and now.

Don't pocket someone else's lighter after your smoke sesh

We all know the feeling of relief that washes over us when we finally get a hold of a lighter after searching high and low. It's not uncommon to have your lighter missing after a smoke sesh. As marijuana smokers, we are not trying to be rude when we accidentally slip someone else's lighter into our pocket. It could just be a habit that summons us to put a lighter in your pocket after you're done smoking. But when that lighter is not ours, and we decide to pocket it after using it to light our joint or bong, we're committing a major faux pas in smoker etiquette. Not only is it rude, but it's also a good way to end up with some bad karma. So next time you're tempted to slip that lighter into your pocket, take a deep breath and remember: sharing is caring.

With the combination of all these tips, you’ll be sure to have an enjoyable and respectful time while sharing cannabis. No matter who you are smoking with, always be mindful of other people’s personal space and preferences. Respect their boundaries as well as the laws regarding public consumption. Have fun, but stay focused and come prepared with everything needed for a successful sharing session. Don’t forget to clean up after yourself and leave no trace that weed has been smoked somewhere! Lastly, don’t take anything too seriously — keep it light-hearted and positive to ensure a pleasant experience for everyone involved. Join us in becoming knowledgeable about responsible cannabis sharing — let's make sure it's done right!


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