Saturday To Eat Weed
Almost as much as
Lil Phill Stitches loves selling blow, I you love eating weed. Sure, we’ve all dabbled in the age-old classic pot brownies, but the edible of choice lately has been caramels/chocolates/jolly ranchers made with hash oil.
What’s that, you say? Those things knock you flat on the floor, you say? Well, either you’re simply eating too much of them (it’s much easier to just take a lil nibble of a caramel than anything else fyi) or you’re a total lightweight and should go back to grade-school whippits.
As Dave Chappelle & Jon Stewart taught us some time ago, many things are so much better on weed, most of all our beloved MUSIC….and in Almost Famous, when Zooey Deschanel’s character leaves a note for her little bro saying “Listen to Tommy with a candle burning and you will see your entire future” she probably meant a joint burning right? Maybe that’s what it said in the first draft of the screenplay….obviously Cameron Crowe is a major Suckalo, so why doncha let us know the reel deal in the comments below, eh CC? Thanks dude.
Who else would know better about the joys of ingesting THC edibles than Cape Fear, NC sludge monsters Weedeater? These lovable maniacs have been wowing audiences with their ganja–and whiskey, natch–friendly anthems that will have you bopping your head nonstop and grinning ear-to-ear at the onstage antics….from the drummer’s fanciful stick tricks to the requisite bottle of rye to frontman Dixie’s general joie de vivre (he’ll tell ya to fuck off with a smile that’ll warm your cold black heart), this show has it all…
And now you can catch these boisterous eaters of weed once again on a killer tour with Full of Hell and Lazer/Wulf that is making a wondrous stop this Friday 11/7 at Brooklyn’s esteemed Saint Vitus Bar with some stupid MetalSucks writer’s awesome band Family (whose tour dates can be found here) and another highly forgettable local band (that is, if you could possibly forget seeing a rabid frontman‘s ding-dong). That will certainly be a night to
Here are a few classic bongripping Weedeater albums; what other songs can help us remember to eat the things that help us forget? I’ll throw an obvious but apropos choice into the, ahem, pot…..take a nibble and let us know your picks in the comments below…