Dating a pothead problems
Girls who smoke weed rarely sweat the small things, like gossip or drama, because they understand there’s no time for that; there’s no point in that.
Stoner chicks make the best girlfriends because the entire concept of pot smoking, in general, promotes the notion of sharing. It’s frustrating; most of the time it’s groundless, but – for the most part – it’s also unavoidable.
The researchers, who studied 947 New Zealanders aged 18-38, and found that regular weed smokers also suffered more difficulties at work and in their personal relationships — problems that got worse depending on how long they puffed.
“Regular long-term users also had more antisocial behaviors at work, such as stealing money or lying to get a job, and experienced more relationship problems, such as intimate partner violence and controlling abuse.” Heavy boozing is similarly associated with a drop in social status, antisocial behaviors and other problems–but the researchers found that pot-dependent people were a lot more in the red than drinkers, according to the study.
Heavy marijuana users ended up in a lower social class than their parents, working less skilled and less prestigious jobs, according to the researchers, who published their findings Wednesday in the journal. “Our study found that regular cannabis users experienced downward social mobility and more financial problems such as troubles with debt and cash flow than those who did not report such persistent use,” said lead researcher Magdalena Cerdá, who teaches emergency medicine at the University of California Davis.
She trusts her own intuition, and understands: If she likes something, she doesn’t need any further approval.
This is evident by the pack of OCB Slims hanging out of her denim back pocket.
Deep down, she’d be just as pleased with a J, a pair of your sweats and some Chinese delivery. I mean, pot smokers get generalized on a daily basis, so, I figured there wouldn’t be much harm in making one more. I’m pretty sure if my girlfriend ever asked me to throw on some “Spitta” or “Jerry,” before lighting up – I wouldn’t know what to do with myself.
I’m guessing I’d just roll another one, though, and take it from there.
“Cannabis may be safer than alcohol for your health, but not for your finances,” noted study-co-author Terrie Moffitt, a Duke University psychologist .