Make sure you don’t break the stoner code by consulting our list of inappropriate cannabis behaviors. If you make sure to steer clear of these blunders, there is a good possibility that you will be asked to join “the group” again the next time they get together to start something new.
Everyone lives by ‘puff, puff, pass’, and there is a good reason for it. Bogarting is one of the most typical social gaffes that may occur in a cannabis-related context, and it is something that can happen accidentally if you become too stoned and start to zone out.
Make an effort to maintain awareness and take one or two hits before delivering the ball to the next person so that everyone may participate. After the handoff is over, you are free to go back to what you were saying before at any time.
There are few things that will get the stink eye from a pot smoker like torching their bowl. Terpene lovers are likely to let forth a piercing scream at the mere thought of reducing gorgeous greens to ash by high heat.
When you are given a newly packed pipe, you should be careful to use the lighter around the edge of the bowl in a gentle manner. This will ensure that you do not destroy all of the green or prevent the next few persons in line from getting a nice hit.
It is not unacceptable to come up to a gathering with close friends on occasion without any marijuana to spare or give. But if you do that each and every time, you’re going to give the impression that you’re a freeloader. When it’s at all feasible, offer to match your friends’ purchases (donate cannabis). In the end, you’re not simply passing around a joint; you’re also sharing an experience.
If you don’t have any cannabis to give away, you should at least be willing to consider rewarding someone for their experience with money, food, or some other kind of electronic payment.
This was considered improper behavior even before the era we all just experienced, but it is far more frowned upon in this day and age. No one wants to use a bowl that has just been licked by someone who has been hacking up their lungs and sneezing their way through the day.
You should probably just remain at home, but if you have to go out, bring your own personal joint or dig out with you at the very least. Stay away from the rotation until your health has improved.
As an additional option for providing your lungs with a break, you might try consuming cannabis in the form of edibles or drinks.
In the cannabis culture, it is important to remember that sharing is caring, and everyone (with the exception of the mooch referenced in #3) deserves a fresh taste of flower every once in a while. Every once in a while, you should delegate the task of lighting the joint or starting the rotation to another person.
It’s a nice experience to see the joy on your friend’s face when they find out that you got them a fresh batch of greens to smoke, and it’s a simple way to communicate that “I like smoking with you” without having to actually say those words.
Once you have possession of the cherry, you are responsible for everything associated with it, from canoed joints to ashing before you pass.
Keep an eye on how the joint, blunt, or bowl you’re smoking out of is burning, and if you see anything going wrong, either speak out or take some kind of action. You should always try to pass on something that the person after you can make use of.
In the same vein as not passing along greens that can be used, you should never pass a beat bowl. Burn the contents of a bowl that has already been cashed, and then ensure that the bowl is repacked so that the next person may enjoy the contents of a new bowl.
If you are in a situation with several people, you shouldn’t go out of your way to give the bowl to just one individual every time. It is not a good look to cut in front of the line and disrupt the rotation in order to send the ball to your teammate.
If you are unclear who will be passing after you, it is best to adhere to the standard protocol of passing to your left.
Every organization has at least one member who is guilty of stealing lighters. Make sure it isn’t you, and after the session is done, you should always give the lighter back to the person who owns it.
It may not seem like a big deal, but it can quickly become annoying when you have to replace your lighters on a regular basis because they have a tendency to get up on their own and walk out the door. You’re not even a Taurus, for crying out loud; hand over that zodiac sign, Bic!
When it comes to their crew, tight-knit buddy groups often have a “make yourself at home” policy. However, it is important to remember to express gratitude to your host for their hospitality and access to their pot.
You should never smoke their final nug without their consent, and you should always let them know if you’re rolling up with anything from their cache.
If you are going to be staying at a friend’s place for many days, you should offer to contribute some money to the cannabis budget or their next re-up. On your way out, don’t forget to pick up any rubbish or ash that may have accumulated.
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