Ive smoked at picnics, reuniunions, beaches, funerals, weddings etc....
the strangest place i ever smoked was in a camper while going down the highway- father in law driving, when the camper opend it looked like spicollis van from fast times at ridgemont high...
My brother in law at the time was 15-16 and had passed out from smoking, i was still hitting my bong when dad in law drives over Railroad tracks and his son bounced out of the bed onto the floor, it was dark as hell and still can hear him saying "I think Im hurt" and my busting out laughing...
So lets hear it Stoners of the Haven, whats the strangest place you have smoked up?
By Guest LilSprout
President Obama has written about his drug use as a teenager, but excerpts from a new biography of the president portray him as a party hardy high school and college marijuana user. And that has reform advocates calling foul on a president who laughs off serious questions about marijuana legalization and whose Justice Department is cracking down on medical marijuana distribution.
The new biography, Barack Obama: The Story, is written by veteran Washington political journalist David Maraniss and contains extensive material about the president's smoke-filled young adulthood including his leading role in the Choom Gang, with "choom" used as verb meaning to get high.
Obama choomed his way through the Punohao School in Honolulu and Occidental College in Los Angeles, Maraniss reports, citing interviews with the president's erstwhile colleagues. And young Obama wasn't just experimenting; he showed signs of being a serious pothead.
He created a pot-smoking trend among his peers called "TA," short for "total absorption," and also is credited with popularizing the notion of "roof hits," or rolling up all the windows in a car while smoking, then tilting one's head back and sucking the last remnants of smoke from the roof.
Young Barry and his Choom Gang buddies were so serious about their fun that they assessed penalties on their peers for wasting smoke by not inhaling fully. If you wasted smoke, you were penalized by being passed by the next time the joint came around. "Wasting good bud smoke was not tolerated," a member of the gang told Maraniss.
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