Best Homemade Sign Of The Day--So Far [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago Funny

Ah, cheap apartment life, is there anything more intrusive?
There are 109 comments:
Female 781
Hey pot defenders: some people just don`t like breathing in pot smoke, or cigarette smoke, or, hey, any smoke at all.

Also, pregnant women often develop a stronger sense of smell, so perhaps she was just overly sensitive to it, not afraid for her baby.
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Female 85
Why not just put a towel under your own door?
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Male 703
haha, i thought everyone knew to use the towel trick
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Female 1,148
@BostonKaiser

I agree, my friend`s mom smoked pot the entire time she was pregnant and she came out normal...all of her kids actually.
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Male 9
sweet
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Male 1,203
News flash for fascists: Pot smoke will NOT hurt your baby/fetus. If it did, the infant mortality/birth defect rate in Jamaica would be astronomical. Think about it.
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Female 248
LOL
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Male 5,190
Nice. If my pot smoke ever bugged someone I wish they`d let me know like this instead of being an arse.

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Female 864
What nice neighbors ,even did the smiley face .
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Female 158
At least he was polite about it.
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Male 5,608
No problem, *cough-cough* prego-wife is hot *cough-cough*....
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Male 720
lolzlolzlolzlolz
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Male 10,845
If I were the one of the potsmokers I would say "No prrrobllem bbrrrro!" and happily oblidge.
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Female 1,043
i was about to say what superapearmy said :\

but maybe they`re asking the neighbors to do it for the welfare of the whole floor???
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Male 2,748
ah, the good `ole sign, instead of going over there and talkin to the people...
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Male 423
>>sourKrauter, you forgot to roll a joint

You know, I thought i was the only one to notice that.
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Male 280
sourkrauter: I know you are correct. Im talking about the principle, they would die for another drug or criminal activity anyway. But YOU wouldn’t be chipping in.
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Male 522
sourKrauter, you forgot to roll a joint
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Male 601
Good point Superapearmy
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Male 85
Why didn`t the just leave a towel under their own door???
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Male 894
@FML dude those 6000 people in 2010 are gonna die anyway, more than likely cuz of something that they or someone they were close to did, not me and its not my fault. no matter where i buy my weed it was going to happen regardless. your statistics suck
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Male 92
damn the man from making it so dangerous to do anywhere other than behind your locked door
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Male 280
@ diego and fiending. I agree Criminalization is the reason.
However until it is legal in BOTH counties smoking it in US still finances people that keep ME from visiting my own country for fear of being kidnapped or killed in cross fire.
Just saying if you buy illegal pot that comes from Mexico you are contributing to the killing of over 6,000 people in 2010 YTD
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Male 8,302
The only reason its such a nice, polite, smiley note is BECAUSE of the smoke drifting... if it didn`t, the note would read "Hey asswipe, keep your frakkin smoke to your frakking self!!" - but then again, if that was the case, there wouldn`t be a note in the first place...

Circular Paradox... Does Not Compute... Lion Explodes...
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Female 477
legalize it
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Male 90
"They shouldn`t have to put a towel under their door when it`s their neighbors that are being the non-nice individuals!
Don`t go out of your way for someone you don`t know, especially when they`re smoking pot.

Pot smells like poo, and fortunately, my building doesn`t tolerate it one bit!"

Your way of thinking is a real plague upon this world, you should take a hard look at yourself. Don`t go out of your way for someone you don`t know? I can`t tell you how much that annoys me.

The note put a smile on my face. I`m not sure, but i think that the pregnant wife was just sensitive about the smell, i don`t think she thought it would affect child.
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Female 2,352
That was nice of them. I`ve had neighbors who would rather call the pigs on us.
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Male 1,136
Pot should totally be legal
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Female 3,828
I see no problem with this note.

sometimes neighbors are ass holes and call the cops for the smallest bit of pot smoke. happened to me twice, and i wasnt the one smoking. but it takes hours for a non emergency call and the cops showed up at like 1am looking appologetic cauuse they woke me up. these guys are lucky.
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Male 4,547
Just to further add to my last post:
Wikipedia has a quick little bit on it. There was a 1200 person study done which found there were problems, and a 60 person study which didn`t.

The 60 person trial is the Dreher trial.

To take a one off 60 person study over lots of 1000 person studies you must be totally..... oh... nevermind.

Now are we quite done telling pregnant women to smoke pot?
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Male 17,512
[quote]knock on the door and actually talk to another human being.[/quote]

They were probably trying to avoid getting a contact high from the second hand pot smoke.
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Male 4,547
Ok, I`ll come again.

Here, further references by pro marijuana site here which gives a fairly unbiased run down of the risks and rewards.

Yes, there was once a study in the early 90s done by Melanie Dreher, it didn`t come to the same conclusions as hundreds of peer reviewed studies around it. (I haven`t watched your youtube video yet, but I`m guessing... WHAT A SURPRISE! Hi Melanie!)

I`m going to go out on a limb here and suggest maybe, you take the entire body of evidence, or even you know what, screw it take Marijuanapassion`s advice and conclude that the evidence is uncertain.

Come again?
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Male 38
Passive aggressive signs are so lame. Sack up, knock on the door and actually talk to another human being.
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Female 305
heh cute. these d00ds were lucky. ive seen frightening pot-smoke-in-the-hallway complaints before.
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Male 239
I asked around when i went to denver and they said there was 385 (i think) dispenseries in the area. The first restaurant i went into had two magazines at the entrance. One was called the westword or something. On the back were a bunch of ads for dispensories and for $80 you could get a medical marijuana card. You have to be a citizen of colorado however.

By the way that city was one of the nicest cleanest cities I`ve ever been to, and Colorado is the healthiest state in America. Somehow pot didn`t make the rockies explode... crazy i know.
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Male 239
I asked around when i went to denver and they said there was 385 (i think) dispenseries in the area. The first restaurant i went into had two magazines at the entrance. One was called the westword or something. On the back were a bunch of ads for dispensories and for $80 you could get a medical marijuana card. You have to be a citizen of colorado however.

By the way that city was one of the nicest cleanest cities I`ve ever been to, and Colorado is the healthiest state in America. Somehow pot didn`t make the rockies explode... crazy i know.
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Female 1,395
I`m living in Holland atm, this sign would be so futile =(
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Male 25,416
wow! at least they proved a point!
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Female 1,682
Haha xD Thats kinda cute.
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Female 674
They shouldn`t have to put a towel under their door when it`s their neighbors that are being the non-nice individuals!
Don`t go out of your way for someone you don`t know, especially when they`re smoking pot.

Pot smells like poo, and fortunately, my building doesn`t tolerate it one bit!
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Male 32
"Weed is basically legal in denver. There are more dispensories there than starbucks and public schools combined."

Clearly, this statement is absurd. Medical marijuna is legal. A prescription is required. Access is abused, but it isn`t available to everyone. Many dispensaries have opened. There aren`t as many as the post implied. New regulations are being established that will limit further development, and possibly close some existing ones.
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Male 145
Oh, and pot won`t be legalized in California this year. For no other reason than the fact that many pot heads would not get off the couch to vote. I`ll be amazed and happy if it does pass
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Male 239
lol ...i`m talking to myself.

I meant @checktree
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Male 145
Pretty awesome sign. If I was the pot head across the hall, I would definitely politely apologize and thank them for not being a dick about the whole thing
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Male 239
@DiegoDeFuego

I shouldn`t have said drug money. I only meant pot money. But it will also cut down on the other drugs. When you can just go to a store to get pot... why would you want to take the risk and deal with the uncomfortableness of talking to a drug dealer for something else? Obviously some will still do that, but it will be less.
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Male 4,014
"it`s not going to end the drug war"

No, but it will undoubtedly keep stop millions of dollars from heading south of the border. Sure it won`t end drug trafficking, but it will certainly harm drug gangs` bottom lines.
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Male 4,014
Honestly, with California about to vote on legalization, think of the ACTUAL impact - millions of dollars will no longer flow into mexico in exchange for pot. It would devastate the drug trade, AND keep millions of dollars in the U.S. economy.

I think, in time, this country is waking up to the fact that pot is no worse than alcohol, and on balance, is probably less harmful.

I can kill myself right now with a large amount of liquor, but I couldn`t kill myself smoking a straight pound of pot right now.
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Male 29
@DiegoDeFuego
Not saying that marijuana shouldn`t be legalized, but your argument doesn`t hold up. Criminal organizations are just going to move on to the next drug, it`s not going to end the drug war
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Male 606
LOL @ woman thinking pot smoke will affect her child.
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Male 239
@Fml

yeah because it`s illegal and therefore it`s controlled by criminals. If it wasn`t illegal then guess what... no more smuggling and no more violence over drug money.
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Female 1,380
it is decriminalized in 14 states already...15 if you count DC
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Female 1,380
@util....I would absoutley love for them to legalize it i`m just being realistic...i don`t think it will be legalized any time in the near future but decrim is what quite a few states are doing now
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Male 136
`Decrim makes cents`

But legalization could net whole dollars! Millions of them actually! Does that make sense?
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Male 12
@fml

those crimes are caused by prohibition more than likely, not by cannabis.

@LazyMe484, watch that video. Obviously not.
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Male 10,440
I`m not sure if weed causes any sort of harm to an unborn child. THAT`s up for debate.

Fact remains they should have put the towel there out of respect for the other tenants.

Anyway, *she* could have done the tower-under-door* bit or they could have used a window/balcony.

There are too many solutions to this.
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Male 280
Victimless crime? Dozens of people die every day in my country so people can smoke pot so its not that victimless.
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Male 177
"Ugh, now we get to see all the "hey man, legalize pot" people put in their two-cents. There is a special circle of hell reserved for them."

You have got to be kidding. Go watch the new South Park and see how we allow much more dangerous products to be legal.
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Male 239
Weed is basically legal in denver. There are more dispensories there than starbucks and public schools combined. I don`t think it will be long before it will no longer be federally banned. State by state is a different story of course.
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Male 12
http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9WorIM0RhA

Around the 12-13 minute mark. The woman states her conclusion of the study.

They found that out of 60 pregnant women (30 who did not smoke, 10 who smoked a little, 10 who smoked moderately and 10 who smoked a lot) there were no significant differences between the babies within the first thirty days of life.
By 6:42, Age 4, "there were no significant differences."
Age 5 (after school starts), four are unable to compete intellectually, two from each control group. One from the non-smoking group was considered mentally challenged and the other three had anxiety issues.

@Baalthazaq, come again?
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Female 1,380
I love marijuana as much as the next person...but realistically I HIGHLY doubt weed will become legalized anytime in our lifetime...that`s why I`m more for decrim, it`s more attainable. Decrim makes cents
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Male 4,547
"Awesome. Weed does not cause birth defects."

Awesome. Ignoring:

THC metabolites freely cross the placental wall and can impact developing systems, raising the chances of stillbirth and miscarriage, as well as cause learning difficulties, slower development, and nervous system changes.

But not "birth defects". So well done. Anything else? Sawing their car in half doesn`t cause flat tyres? Shooting them in the face won`t ruin their pedicure?
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Male 3,314
Why not put a towel under your own door so that the pot smoke can`t make it? By one of those twin door guard things.
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Male 347
Zynx--surely you don`t feel that the victimless crime of pot smoking is equivalent to robbery?
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Male 103
Ugh, now we get to see all the "hey man, legalize pot" people put in their two-cents. There is a special circle of hell reserved for them.
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Male 239
@Zynx

Smoking pot is a victimless crime. Stealing does have a victim. What point were you making?
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Male 204
"Majority of people who smoke anything or drink are people of a low socioeconomic status."

That`s probably the most ignorant statement I`ve heard in a few days.
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Male 340
"Majority of people who smoke anything or drink are people of a low socioeconomic status."

Guess I`m the minority, and so are about 50 of the people that I know...
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Male 26
"The thing is with legalizing pot, not only does law enforcement then have the opportunity to pay attention to more pressing things, but all the tax money going to support inmates who are in jail for pot related charges wont be spent on inmates. It could be spent elsewhere. And maybe the taxes will be high but i still see more advantages to having it legalized."

We could save money in a few more ways. Let`s not arrest all the people who rob people. That way, the cops could spend their time looking just for murderers and all the money spent on those inmates who are in jail for robbery can be spent on other things.
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Male 15,510
Second hand pot smokers?
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Male 642
has to be regulated like cigarettes and alcohol? How is that regulated? At least here in germany a single person is allowed to own up to 100 tobacco plants ( which is a crap load of tobacco) and everybody is allowed to brew their own beer/make their own wine ( destillating is forbidden because of the dangers however).. the thing is.. you are not allowed to sell it.. but the heck.. if I grow my own weed I will be smoking it alone and if anything share it with friends for free.. but not sell it.. same thing with potatoes.. everybody can grow them.. but still people buy them from the store because they either don`t have the time to grow them, don`t like gardening, don`t have a garden or whatever other reason. so even if a person is allowed lets say 10 marihuana plants, there still will be enough people buying it from stores.
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Male 25
"Majority of people who smoke anything or drink are people of a low socioeconomic status."

So THAT`S why so many celebrities are in rehab.
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Male 47
In the UK we had it De-classificed down to a Class C Drug, caused no end of trouble and about 8 months later re-classified as a Class B Drug.
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Male 36
legalise it and it just isnt special anymore
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Female 3,574
[quote]Majority of people who smoke anything or drink are people of a low socioeconomic status.[/quote]
Haven`t you ever heard of all-inclusive vacations? lol
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Female 30
The thing is with legalizing pot, not only does law enforcement then have the opportunity to pay attention to more pressing things, but all the tax money going to support inmates who are in jail for pot related charges wont be spent on inmates. It could be spent elsewhere. And maybe the taxes will be high but i still see more advantages to having it legalized.
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Male 7,378
v Still doesn`t justify taking an otherwise law abiding tax paying citizen out of the tax base to become a burden on the tax payers. Don`t kid yourself our prisons are full of them. v
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Female 331
"Majority of people who smoke anything or drink are people of a low socioeconomic status."

Um....no? The CHOICE of drug or drink may depend on their economic situation. But if you think rich people don`t smoke or drink you`re out of your mind. Maybe some poor people are out smoking pot, but the rich ones have the money for the expensive stuff. Don`t get me wrong, there`s poorer people who spend all their money on pills and crack/coke whatever--and rich folks who smoke weed, but the point is your economic status has ZIP to do with it.
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Male 2,703
"Still needs to be legalized as loads of money is spent fighting it and otherwise innocent people jailed."

I wouldn`t say "innocent" more wrongfully convicted. these people know the law and are still breaking it, thus jail. its like saying "if we increase the speed limit to 80, then we`ll cut back on the number of tickets issued for speeding".
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Female 331
The pregnant wife thing should make them stop--if not, then they REALLY suck.

Metallica, not a bad idea. I don`t smoke, but I`m not against the legalization. Could you see Obama`s next plan?
"SO, we`re going to use marijuana tax to pull ourselves out of debt...um, but first we need to legalize it....so, yeah....." LOL. If there`s any way to make the GOP hate him more, that`s it!
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Female 3,574
idk wouldn`t it have been better to actually talk to them about it? Or is socializing in person already obsolete?
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Male 2,703
"Majority of people who smoke anything or drink are people of a low socioeconomic status."

really? because when I think of rich people sitting around together, they`re smoking cigars or pipes and drinking wine or some sort of liquor (brandy, scotch, etc).
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Male 795
This is hilarious! And stop saying legalize it, you guys are like a broken record. Even though I agree with you, just saying it over and over isn`t going to change anything.
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Male 1,399
Only thing that will help the debt is if the pols stop spending so much.

It`s only getting worse..."free" health care ain`t free.
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Male 2,592
NO! YOU put a towel under YOUR door
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Male 451
If it is legalized it would have to be "regulated" in order for the tax to work. Like cigs and alcohol, otherwise everyone would just get their own hydroponic set up and grow it themselves for free. Any tax money will be spent on the regulations. Still needs to be legalized as loads of money is spent fighting it and otherwise innocent people jailed.
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Male 518
good point, but that is no excuse to do it more
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Male 324
Well ok, fair point...but isn`t the US Government ALREADY taxing the livin` hell outta the poor?
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Male 518
"I say legalize weed in the United States, tax the livin` piss out of it...and bingo! We are out of our 9 trillion dollar debt in a week...any disagreements?"

Won`t put us out of debt. Look at cig`s and alcoholic. Much more abundant then weed. They already tax the poo out of it. But it turns into a poor tax. Majority of people who smoke anything or drink are people of a low socioeconomic status. It would just be taxing the poor. Not to say I am not for legalization, but it will not get us out of debt in fact it may raise it for a time because of the time and manpower put into it.
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Male 642
metallica I perfectly aggree.. I would even pay double the current street price of dope to smoke it legally.. imagine how much taxes that would be? I mean the current street price is way over the actual value.. it can be grown very cheap so the actual cost of production is only 1 quarter of the illegal street price lets say.. and then add taxes until you reach double the illegal street price.. that is 7/8 taxes and 1/8 production cost.. and I would pay it to smoke legally! Think about it world!
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Male 2,690
Hopefully they were nice enough to give them that courtesy..
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Male 642
what use is a towel when they open the door to get in/out.. smoke comes into the hallway, stays there, the preggo bitch opens the door and it floats into their apartment?
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Male 324
I say legalize weed in the United States, tax the livin` piss out of it...and bingo! We are out of our 9 trillion dollar debt in a week...any disagreements?
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Male 7,378
Waaahhh. Hopefully the baby they bare we`ll be less annoying than pot smoke.
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Male 518
@baileyabb
hey I smoke weed as well but I keep it to myself. I don`t let it bother anyone around me, drat i want it legalized i dont want people around me to have any reason to dislike it.
Not only that, at least this couple is good about it, it is better to let them know that they can smell it then to ignore it. They could put a towel on their own door and then let some other neurotic neighbor report them. If anything that couple is doing them a favor.

Maybe his prego wife doesnt like it, maybe she is riding his ass about how she can smell it all day. Hormones are a bitch. If anything I bet the only reason the guy wrote it is because he is scared of his wife prego wife. I would. . .
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Male 14,330
[quote]those joints are HUGE lol[/quote]

Ones a bong not that I would know what that is...
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Female 895
@blckhawk1234

His point, is; Bothered by the smell or not, there is no way a woman nextdoor would hurt her baby with the faint odor of weed. In less they are in THEIR apartment, forcing her to sit while they hot box a small room. Put a towel under your door and get the f*ck over it.
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Male 518
"I doubt that much smoke got into their apartment... if it did, they need new doors altogether."
Yea and I bet their joints werent comically that huge. It was made for emphasis. What are they going to do measure the amount of smoke in the air and then send over a report?

Is that really the point you are going to argue
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Male 4,746
That seems perfectly fair to me.

And yes, it can travel into neighboring apartments.
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Female 4,039
I hope they`re stoned when they read that.
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Male 1,195
I doubt that much smoke got into their apartment... if it did, they need new doors altogether.
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Female 182
those joints are HUGE lol
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Male 3,431
That`s fair.
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Male 504
Awesome. Weed does not cause birth defects.
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Male 2,893
She could go over and............. kill them.
I mean....... what?
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Male 4,807
At least they`re polite about it.
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Male 1,647

So they can make a sign but not put a towel under their door? Course, the hall way is still dangerous.

Hmph, some people are such jerks. (The pot smokers. :) )
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Female 751
win!
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Male 101
stowner bebes!
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Male 19,838
Link: Best Homemade Sign Of The Day--So Far [Pic] [Rate Link] - Ah, cheap apartment life, is there anything more intrusive?
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