Of course M.O.M.s operate in the grey zone of Canadian cannabis. They’re a vital resource for patients who can’t otherwise access medical marijuana, but they’re also recreational. And for people who believe harmless, adult, recreational cannabis should be as available as alcohol. So the Twelve High Chicks M.O.M. Cup has not just informed, intelligent speakers, we also have top-notch Canadian entertainers for your recreation!
Every February for the past six years I’ve descended upon the Taboo Naughty but Nice Sex Show here in Vancouver. Usually as one of my alter egos, Pennie Belle. Always with Bonerattle Talent as entertainment in various different capacities, or with Pin-up Perfection photography as live model and promo girl.
Many of my friends are also there as either staff, vendors or attendees. Most are dressed to the nines, or dressed very little. There are themes and outfit changes. It’s kind of a big deal for a lot of us.
Soon Canada should have legal recreational weed, with only months to go before the announcement of regulations. Are you one of the many Canadian women wondering about the possible employment and business opportunities that legal marijuana could mean? Don’t wait for roll-out to start planning your cannabis careers.
Vancouver, BC, or Vansterdam as we affectionately call it around these parts, is a stoner’s dream to both live in and visit. That makes it a great city for Twelve High Chicks to host our M.O.M. Cup, February 24–26, 2017. You are coming to it, right?
Vancouver has an array of diverse lifestyles, but one of the common denominators is being chill; we don’t live to work, we work to live. Our landscape here — with mountains on one side and ocean on the other — is so beautiful with its beaches, rainforests, and beautiful architecture that it’s hard not to feel in awe of one’s surroundings. And our varied nightlife is full of art shows, craft beer, and alternative events.
It’s not a boring city, and there are a lot of novel things to do — particularly from a stoner’s viewpoint. Here are some stoner tips if you’re visiting Vancouver for the first time to attend the M.O.M. Cup … or are coming at any time.
Twelve High Chicks thanks guest contributor Dabs Dillinger for this ganja gaming walk-through, the follow-up to this article.
I am sure most people reading have been on the buying side of a marijuana transaction. But unless you have also been on the other side of the table, been in the cannabis industry, you may be curious how it works. As I mentioned last time, by growing pot in GTA V you can find out.
Earlier this year I first learned of cannabis cigars, or cannagars, via Facebook; a company in Washington State called Leira turns them out.
As soon as I saw them I wanted to try one. I’ve been thinking for a long time that it would be great to have a marijuana-filled cigar to enjoy for an hour or more. And these were true stogies: an 8” one can burn for up to 5 hours. Unfortunately they are only available in Washington.
Enter Smiling Buddah. The small, BC-based company also produces cannagars, and I made it my mission to get my hands on one ASAP. Lucky for me I have some great connections. I soon found them at the Cannabis Culture Dispensary on Beatty St, in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside area.
Twelve High Chicks thanks new guest contributor Dabs Dillinger for this, our first ganja gaming walk-through.
Game On! Cannabis in GTA V
I really enjoy medicating or getting high while playing video games. I am sure there are many others like me who also enjoy combining them. Well, if you love gaming and weed the way I do, then Grand Theft Auto V is your perfect night in.
I’ve been banned from crossing into the USA since May 2016. So instead, my friend Dixie and I went on a different trip, to BC’s Sunshine Coast. It may not have been the trip we had planned but we still got to have our getaway — and some really rare one-on-one time — doused in a cloud of pot smoke.
This month, Twelve High Chicks invites you to read one of our more humble interviews, with Vancouver-based musician David Morin. David is a talented musician known for busking the streets of Vancouver and grabbing the attention of random strangers as his audience. While interviewing David Morin we talk about what his influences are, and what drives his passion to be both a street performer and a recording artist. I hope you enjoy this piece on this amazing up-and-coming Canadian musician.