But can you get stoned on the tours? In Colorado, at least -- for anywhere from the low $100s to over $1,000, the tour operator will furnish safe spaces for smoking (remember, you can't just smoke anywhere in Colorado) and shuttle you around from destination to destination until time has no meaning. And to top it off, these tours have seasoned chaperones on hand to reassure first-time tokers that they're not dying or secretly shitting their pants.
Weddings ... STILL ON GODDAMN WEED
Alcohol has been a staple at weddings ever since dads needed a few whiskeys to convince themselves that they could dance. But it looks like, with the increasing public acceptability of marijuana, wedding speeches will soon be more rambling, esoteric, and likely to feature the best man air-guitaring to the Alan Parsons Project for no discernible reason whatsoever.
"To the bride and groom, and the starting lineup for your Chicago Bulls."
Colorado wedding planners are already coming up with creative new ways to charge their clients more money, such as weed bars and -- we quote one planner:
"... 'bud-tonnieres' where their boutonniere is made with a small cannabis bud of the wedding party member's choice -- sativa or indica [...] after the formalities of the ceremony, they can remove the item, put it in the wedding party gift, which is a pipe, and smoke it."
This sounds expensive, but at least the bride and groom will save money by not hiring a band and instead entertaining guests with nothing but a laptop languidly looping the iTunes visualizer.
Kathy wrote a very funny book and you can buy it here and here.
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