I wish I would have stayed friends with my college roommate who owns a bunch of cannabis dispensaries now

When I was in college, my freshman year dorm mate was a guy named Tony.

Tony had a lot of sizable ideas about the future.

He basically saw the college experience about being a lot more than just going to class, this was a microcosm of society, and he wanted to learn how to make a sizable amount of currency in any way he could. He always kept his grades high, no doubt, however his focus was always on his extracurricular activities. He “kept book” a slang term for saying he was a sports bookie and took bets from other students. He also started a low key network for selling a good amount of cannabis on campus, which is the point I moved out. Much to my shock, Tony was extreme about his intentions to learn, because years after that he is a proud owner of a series of cannabis dispensaries around the state. In college I felt pretty much like I had to distance myself, because selling marijuana out of your dorm room was totally illegal. It still is, to be honest, however Tony has evolved into a modern business mogul who parlayed his business acumen and adoration of cannabis into building his own local empire… This doesn’t make me wish I started selling marijuana with him back in those days, however it does make me wish both of us had stayed friends back then. I smoke some cannabis every so often, however am more interested in getting a job with him and becoming a budtender. It’s totally ironic, that I didn’t want to help him sell cannabis, and now I’m asking him for a job to sell cannabis?

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I was shocked when my former college roommate made it big in the cannabis industry

Back in college, my freshman year dorm mate was a woman named Sandra, as well as Sandra had a lot of large ideas about the future.

  • She saw the college experience about being a lot more than just attending class, this was a microcosm of civilization, as well as she wanted to learn how to make currency in any way she could manage.

She always kept her grades high, no doubt, however her focus was always on her extracurricular activities. She “kept book” a slang term for saying she was an athletic interests bookie as well as took bets from various students. She also started a low key network for selling cannabis on campus, which is the point I moved out. Much to my surprise, Sandra was dire about her intentions to learn, because years after that she is a proud owner of a series of odd cannabis dispensaries around the state. In school I felt as though I had to distance myself, because selling cannabis out of your dorm room was totally illegal. It still is, to be honest, however, Sandra has evolved into a new company mogul who parlayed her company acumen as well as enjoyment of cannabis into building her own local empire. This doesn’t make me wish I started selling marijuana with her back then, however it does make me wish both of us had remained friends. I smoke a little cannabis every now as well as then, however absolutely am more interested in getting a job with her as well as becoming a budtender. It’s completely ironic, that I didn’t want to help her sell cannabis, as well as now I’m asking her for a job to sell cannabis?
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My old roommate became a cannabis tycoon

In college, my freshman year dorm mate was a man named Ben, and Ben had a lot of big ideas about the future.

He saw the college experience about being a lot more than just going to class, this was a microcosm of society, and he wanted to learn how to make money in any way he could. He always kept his grades high, no doubt, but his focus was always on his extracurricular activities. He “kept book” a slang term for saying he was a sports bookie and took bets from other students. He also started a low key network for selling cannabis on campus, which is the point I moved out. Much to my surprise, Ben was serious about his intentions to learn, because years after that he is a proud owner of a series of different cannabis dispensaries around the state. In school I felt like I had to distance myself, because selling marijuana out of your dorm room was extremely illegal. It still is, to be honest, but Ben has evolved into a modern business mogul who parlayed his business acumen and love of cannabis into building his own local empire. This doesn’t make me wish I started selling marijuana with him back then, but it does make me wish we had stayed friends. I smoke a little cannabis now and then, but really am more interested in getting a job with him and becoming a budtender. It’s it ironic, that I didn’t want to help him sell cannabis, and now I’m asking him for a job to sell cannabis?

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It’s a beautiful thing that my wife and I can bond over cannabis edibles

To be clear, with my sense of taste (called a “tasters palate” I have been told) I don’t really care for the taste of cannabis edibles

I have a very delicate palate, plus I pretty much always have. This gives me a heightened sense of taste, but also makes me absolutely vulnerable to the worst kind of smells. The senses of taste plus smell are so intimately connected they cannot be separated from one another… I have consistently been weak when it comes to pollen irritations, plus pollen in the air in general. My lungs have consistently been dodgy when it comes to smoke of any kind. My wifey is a major marijuana smoker, plus this has been an ongoing drawback in our relationship. I suppose we eventually managed to bridge the gap when we started getting edibles from the local cannabis dispensary. To be clear, with my sense of taste (called a “tasters palate” I have been told) I don’t really care for the taste of cannabis edibles. I don’t want to start a whole debate with this, I realize some people care about the taste, but to me the ground up marijuana in some of the edibles tastes like chewing on the lawn… Other edibles utilize CBD or other cannabis infused oils, but in these cases I get that horrid plastic taste! All of that said, I care about cannabis edibles a whole lot more than having to take on the second hand smoke from my partner. There is also the benefit of enhanced closeness between me and my wifey, because we easily are able to share a plate of space cakes plus laugh the night away like back when we were first dating. With all of these fabulous things I get from eating the cannabis edibles, it is certainly worth it to endure the terrible taste.

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I’ll take cannabis edibles over secondhand smoke anyday

I have a pretty delicate palate, and I pretty much always have… This gives me a heightened sense of taste, however also makes me undoubtedly vulnerable to terrible stinks.

The senses of taste and stink are so intimately connected they cannot be separated from one another! I have consistently been weak when it comes to horrible allergies, and pollen in the air, and my lungs have consistently been troublesome when it comes to smoke of any kind.

My wifey is a big time marijuana smoker however, and this has been an ongoing setback in our relationship. I think we finally managed to bridge the gap when the two of us started getting edibles from the local cannabis dispensary. To be clear, with my sense of taste (called a “tasters palate” I have been told) I truly hate the taste of cannabis edibles. I don’t want to even get started with the whole debate. I know some people prefer the taste, however to me the ground up marijuana in some of the edibles tastes pretty much like chewing sod. Other edibles utilize CBD or other cannabis infused oils, however in these cases I get a mighty strong plastic taste. All of that said, I easily prefer cannabis edibles a whole lot more than having to endure smoke. There is also the benefit of enhanced closeness between me and my wifey, because we can easily share some brownies and laugh with each other all night long, sort of like how we were when we were first dating. With all of these excellent things I get from eating the cannabis edibles, it is worth it to endure the horrible taste.
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I certainly prefer cannabis edibles over secondhand smoke

I have a rather delicate palate, plus I pretty much always have… This gives me a heightened sense of taste, but also makes me vulnerable to terrible odors.

The senses of taste plus odor are so intimately linked they cannot be separated from one another.

I have consistently been weak when it comes to severe allergies, plus pollen in the air, plus my lungs have consistently been problematic when it comes to smoke of any type. My wife is a big time marijuana smoker though, plus this has been an ongoing setback in our relationship. I believe we managed to bridge the gap when we started purchasing edibles from the local cannabis dispensary. To be clear, with my sense of taste (called a “tasters palate” I have been told) I entirely hate the taste of cannabis edibles. I don’t want to start a whole debate, I suppose some people prefer the taste, but to me the ground up marijuana in some of the edibles tastes something like chewing sod. Other edibles utilize CBD or other cannabis infused oils, but in these cases I get a nasty plastic taste. All of that said, I prefer cannabis edibles a whole lot more than having to deal with second hand smoke. There is also the benefit of enhanced closeness between me and my wife, because we are able to share a plate of space cakes plus laugh with each other sort of like how we did when we were first dating. With all of these wonderful things I get from eating the cannabis edibles, it is completely worth dealing with the gross taste.

 

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My partner and I were able to get closer with cannabis edibles

I have a rather delicate palate, plus I always have, and this gives me a heightened sense of taste.

It also makes me vulnerable to exhausting smells.

The senses of taste plus smell are so intimately connected they cannot be separated from one another, and I have always been weak when it comes to dust irritations, plus pollen in the air. My lungs have always been problematic when it comes to smoke of any kind, but my wifey is a sizable marijuana smoker, plus this has been an ongoing complication in our relationship. I think the two of us managed to bridge the gap when the two of us started trying out edibles from the local cannabis dispensary. To be clear, with my sense of taste (called a “tasters palate” I have been told) I loathe the taste of cannabis edibles. I don’t want to start a whole debate, I suppose some people appreciate the taste, but to me the ground up marijuana in some of the edibles tastes like some type of chewing grass. Other edibles utilize CBD or other cannabis infused oils, but in these cases I get a powerful plastic taste… All of that said, I appreciate cannabis edibles a whole lot more than having to endure second hand smoke. There is also the benefit of enhanced closeness between me plus my wifey, because the two of us can share a plate of space cakes plus laugh with each other all evening long like back when the two of us were initially dating. With all of these wonderful things I get from eating the cannabis edibles, it is entirely worth it to endure the terrible taste.

 

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My wife and I bonded over cannabis edibles

I have a very delicate palate, and I always have.

This gives me a heightened sense of taste, but also makes me very vulnerable to bad smells.

The senses of taste and smell are so intimately connected they cannot be separated from one another. I have always been weak when it comes to allergies, and pollen in the air, and my lungs have always been problematic when it comes to smoke of any kind. My wife is a big time marijuana smoker, and this has been an ongoing issue in our relationship. I think we managed to bridge the gap when we started getting edibles from the local cannabis dispensary. To be clear, with my sense of taste (called a “tasters palate” I have been told) I loathe the taste of cannabis edibles. I don’t want to start a whole debate, I know some people love the taste, but to me the ground up marijuana in some of the edibles tastes like chewing grass. Other edibles utilize CBD or other cannabis infused oils, but in these cases I get a strong plastic taste. All of that said, I enjoy cannabis edibles a whole lot more than having to endure secondhand smoke. There is also the benefit of enhanced closeness between me and my wife, because we can share a plate of space cakes and laugh with each other all night long like back when we were first dating. With all of these great things I get from eating the cannabis edibles, it is totally worth to endure the gross taste.

 

 

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I really enjoyed learning about the CBD products

I’ve never been entirely clever when it came to science, or math either, which is something like the irritated step-parent of science.

  • When it comes to history, writing, studying, almost anything else there is some level of wiggle room.

Science and math are both extremely precise, and you are either right or wrong with no margin of error. So it was terribly difficult for me to get through all the training at my new task, because I had no idea there would be so much science involved with working at a cannabis dispensary. Marijuana I already knew plenty about, the training was mainly all about CBD oils and isolates, what they do, and who benefits the most from them. It turned out to be extremely interesting, and I learned how CBD oil was the strictly medicinal extract used to help people with mental and physical ailments. Personally I still adore smoking weed the best, but there are people out there who need the medical benefits of CBD and don’t want to (or can’t) get high. One of our proper customers is a person getting CBD distillate for her young son who has horrible seizures. The CBD helps to calm him and prevent these seizures from happening, so now I genuinely understand how crucial this product can be to many people. I pride myself on being a top flight budtender, but I realize a part of that is knowing how to help our clients. Reading about the bizarre CBD line of products was seriously enjoyable for me. I think out of everything the people I was with and I offer our number one has to be the CBD edibles.

 

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You have to learn as much as possible to be a good budtender

I pride myself on being a top budtender, however a serious part of that is knowing how to help our clients

I’ve never been legitimately clever when it came to science, or math either for that matter, which is like the angry step-parent of science. When it comes to history, writing, studying, almost anything else there is some level of wiggle room, but math plus science are both incredibly precise. You are basically either right or wrong with no degree of error! So it was legitimately challenging for me to get through all the training at my current work position, because I had no idea in the least that there would be so much math involved with working at a cannabis dispensary. Marijuana I already knew about, the training was all about CBD oils plus isolates, what they do, plus who entirely benefits the most from them. It turned out to be very interesting, plus I learned how CBD oil was the strictly medicinal extract used to help people with mental plus physical ailments, but personally I still enjoy smoking weed the most. There are people out there who need certain medical benefits of CBD plus don’t want to (or can’t) get high. One of our official clients is a man getting CBD distillate for his young child who has seizures. The CBD helps to calm him plus prevent these seizures altogether, so now I truly understand how substantial this product can be to people. I pride myself on being a top budtender, however a serious part of that is knowing how to help our clients. Reading about the odd CBD line of products was wonderful for me. I suppose out of everything the bunch of us offer our number one has to be the CBD chewables.

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