Saturday, February 11, 2012

Research Study is Published



According to a 40-year study whose findings were recently released by Zipdrive Research Associates, today's marijuana is approximately 60 percent stronger than it was in the 1960s.
Also, it was found that today's names for marijuana have become more descriptive than decades earlier, when brand names like Acapulco Gold and Sin Semilla were about the extent of it.
Now there are brands such as Sweet Tooth, Bungie Jump, White Widow, Catatonic, Bungler, Hungry Horny Hippo (H3), Fat Lip, Who Dat, WTF/OMG, Konk-Out, Foggy Bottom, Barry White, Chillax, Hard-to-Text, Sleepyhead, GoofyMax, Pizzarun, Bong-O, Big Butt, Biscuits, The Zone, Woodpecker, Pointyhead, DingDong, and many others.
Rolling paper technology also has diversified over the years, with a special emphasis on healthier lifestyles. While older brands such as ZigZag and Ritla are still on the market, now paper-making ingredients might include rice paper, tofu, seaweed, spirulina, wheat, dryer lint, cellulose and papier mache. New sizes also have been introduced, including an 8.5 by 11 inch gargantuan called, "Happy Hour."
Zipdrive Research Associates have estimated that the tetrahydrocannibinol (THC) levels of Sweet Tooth, for example, are said to be
...wait, what?

6 comments:

Lost.in.Idaho said...

I need to get out more often. DRYER LINT???

Matty Boy said...

Does dope make you paranoid? I smoke so much, I forget.

bigsis said...

Don't forget that new stuff called Blue Ivy names after Beyonce and JZ's baby girl.

Karen Zipdrive said...

The researchers do not recommend the dryer lint papers, even though they do smell like Gain.

Matty, the Zipdrive Research Associates found that some strains do bring out paranoia, but the study had to be stopped because of the helicopters and surveilance vehicles parked all over the place.

Karen Zipdrive said...

Sis, which came first, the Blue Ivy weed or the Blue Ivy baby?
I put my money on the former.

bigsis said...

Blue Ivy baby came first and inspired the shops in LA to start selling "OG Blue Ivy" marijuana, for medicinal purposes of course.