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[Watch] Alix Lynx and Tyler Lemco Play ‘Stoner Guess Who?’

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Remember the game ‘Guess Who’? Watch Alix Lynx and Tyler Lemco test out a fun, new way of playing!

If you were ever a kid, then you’ve probably played the popular guessing game “Guess Who.” In case it’s been decades since you’ve played, here’s a quick refresher:

Each player begins the game with 24 cartoon images of people standing upright.

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What guess who looks like when you’re sober – Credit: Uncle Jessie

Then, each player selects a card from a pile of characters, and whoever they choose becomes their character. The object of the game is to be the first to figure out which character your opponent has selected. Players are only allowed to use yes or no questions to narrow down their game board.

While the game is fun as is, there’s always room for innovation. That’s where ‘Stoner Guess Who’ comes in. Rather than those goofy cartoon faces, we replaced the board with famous stoners. To take things up another notch, any physical appearance-related questions are strictly outlawed in this version of the game.

Here’s the official Stoner Sheet for you to print out and use:

For those unfamiliar with all of these faces, here’s a list of our favourite Stoners:

  • Kid Cudi
  • Wiz Khalifa
  • Tommy Chong
  • Seth Rogen
  • Rihanna
  • Dave Chappelle
  • Kevin Smith
  • Cheech Marin
  • Doug Benson
  • Bob Marley
  • Lady Gaga
  • Ricky Williams
  • Rob Van Dam
  • Matthew McConnaughey
  • Michael Phelps
  • B Real
  • Carl Sagan
  • Sarah Silverman
  • Redman
  • William Shakespeare
  • Snoop Dogg
  • Miley Cyrus
  • Willie Nelson
  • Woody Harrelson

It’s a wonderful mixture of athletes, musicians, actors, comedians, an astrophysicist. (Hack: “Is your person an astrophysicist?” is a great way of either winning the game quickly or wasting a question!)

And here’s the official ‘Stoner Guess Who’ rules:

We got Alix Lynx and Tyler Lemco to play ‘Stoner Guess Who”!

In order to play properly, we called on two professionals to test the game out. Insert Alix Lynx and Tyler Lemco, two bonafide cannabis experts (if smoking a lot of weed makes you an expert).

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The two prepare for the showdown

The game is meant to be played as more of a collaborative effort than a competition. If either player gets the right answer, it’s a result of teamwork and being on the same wavelength. Therefore, if one player wins, it’s a team victory. If both players get the right answer, then that’s a MAJOR win! Regardless of the outcome, games should be concluded by smoking a joint. It’s also recommended that players smoke a joint prior to playing Stoner Guess Who as well.

Watch Alix and Tyler give the game a go in the view below.

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Even More Tweets to Make You Laugh

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It’s a new week which means another opportunity for Twitter to provide us with a fresh batch of hilarity. We dig through all the nonsense to bring you the funniest and most entertaining tweets right to your screen. Be sure to follow all these hilarious individuals and check back here every week for more laughs!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Internet Reacts to Canada Legalizing Weed

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It’s official! Prime Minister Trudeau has announced the date recreational cannabis sales will be legal in Canada.

Jah Bless to all our Canadian friends. Yes, cry, sing, cheer, here’s the internet’s reaction to Canada legalizing weed.

A near 100-year prohibition has come to an end as the Prime Minister of the Great White North announced the official date that marijuana will be legal nationwide. That day is October 17th, 2018.

The internet was chalk full of priceless reactions to Canada legalizing weed. First, it started with some genuine attempts to congratulate a nation that had fought hard and long to see this day through. Ex-Youtube star and pro-gamer xCodex made his piece.

And activist Dana Larsen chimed in with a notion that although this is a huge first step, there’s also a ton of work to do before those who use cannabis are truly free under the law.

Then the hilarity ensued. The jokes seemed to surround the little-beef President Trump had started with the insulting tariffs on Canada.

The Trolls React to Canada Legalizing Weed

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A Stash Story: Checkmate

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Most cannabis enthusiasts have a special container in their life. It’s a container that holds many things very near and dear to their heart. Papers, grinders, filters and more, a stoner’s stash box can tell you a lot about the owner. Is it big? Small? Dirty? Clean? Organized? Or messy? What about the story behind it?

In a Stash Story, we try to reveal the personal touches to choosing a place to store your herb. Your stash box could be a gift, a discovery, or an epiphany. But we want to see it!

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A Stash Story: Checkmate

“Fresh out of school with a diploma in hand (makes for an excellent rolling tray, btw), I decided it was time to shift from my college habits and start smoking weed like a gentleman. It was hard to get rid of the IPhone 3G box that served me so well over those 4 years, but at the end of the day, I forced myself to toss it in the recycling bin and start fresh. Knowing what I had on its way made it slightly easier. 

I ordered my new stash box online and it arrived within a week. This may seem dramatic, but my new stash box is majestic. It really is. Like, checkmate, other stash boxes. I know it’s not a competition and I’m mostly kidding, but take a look at this thing. I believe it’s meant for cigars but turns out it works perfectly to stash my weed. There’s ample room for my bud, lighters, grinder and any and all additional tools I need to roll the perfect joint.

When my parents visited my new apartment a few months ago, dad questioned my newfound love for chess. Before I had the chance to respond, my mom reminded him (and me) that I was absolutely fascinated with the game of as a grade 1 student and how wonderful it is that I’m getting back into it. A part of me wanted to open it up and be like “THIS IS WHAT IT IS. IT’S FOR MY MARIJUANAS” but I thought better of it and defused the situation by asking my dad if 6 pawns equal 1 queen. He rolled his eyes and moved on to the next room.

So uh, ya. This is my premium stash box. It’s great.”

 

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