Ugh, why don't I get free weed when I order from Amazon? All I get is a bunch of packaging material, which gives me a headache when I try to smoke it.
This "unlucky" couple found themselves 65 pounds of weed richer when it was included by accident with their order of plastic bins. Apparently the couple isn't a fan of the devil's lettuce, because they wanted an apology and explanation from Amazon. Instead, they said the only response they got was a $150 gift card, and an email saying "I am unable to do anything else at this time."
So why was the couple so upset? It's free weed! Enough weed to blaze it to the moon and back. Totally dank! Except for the whole thing about it being a felony in Florida to own over 25 pounds of weed, with mandatory sentencing of 3-15 years in jail. Well, that's not so dank. Not the least bit dank at all. In addition, the couple feared that whoever misplaced the $200,000 of weed would come looking for it. And it's not like they could just put up posters saying, "FOUND: WEED. 65 pounds. Green. Answers to 'Sticky Icky.'" So other than rolling up two of the phattest doobs ever to be smoked, the only way to rid themselves of their cursed weed was to report it to the authorities. They had to narc on themselves for weed they never even tried to buy. They deserve more than a $150 gift card. They deserve at least a $200 gift card and a free Alexa.
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