Marijuana scratch-and-sniff cards given out by Northern Ireland police to help folks rat out grow-ops

LOL! 🙂

Northern Ireland police are distributing marijuana-smelling scratch-and-sniff cards to help people recognize the smell of weed being grown illegally.

When scratched, the cards produce the scent of cannabis in its “growing state,” says the Guardian newspaper, which adds the odour is different from the smell of marijuana smoke.

The cards’ cannabis odour is caused by a chemical, not the plant itself.


The dangers of artisan pot dabbling for sluts

M.T.F. is a foolproof headache remedy, from migraines to post-Snow Day hangovers.  Expect an immediate, focused head high accompanied by physical relaxation à la indica.

The downside: It turns your brain on and if there’s no stimulation, your energy is funneled into acute reflection.  After enjoying a Girls episode with my Alaskan friend, I couldn’t sleep for hours, unpleasantly revisiting regrettable nights from my sexual past.


Though if you’d avoided having such regrettable nights in the first place, you’d not only not have such memories and latent guilt, but wouldn’t enjoy dumb shows like Girls because you wouldn’t relate to them.

New Zealand: Cat brings home bag of cannabis

Who says you can’t train cats? 😉

A woman in New Zealand has called the police after her cat left a bag of drugs on her doorstep, it’s been reported.

The worried owner, who has not been identified, apparently rang the authorities in Dunedin on the county’s South Island after she found the bag with 5g (0.2oz) of cannabis inside. ”You hear of cats bringing dead birds and rats home, but certainly in my career I’ve never seen anything like this before,” Sergeant Reece Munro tells the Otago Daily Times, adding the marijuana has a street value of about NZ$100 ($85, £51).

A Rat is Identified as a Suspect in a Crime

Bonus weirdness: the story is about America, but I found it on a Nigerian website, which made for an interesting quote, below.


Obviously, this shouldn’t be news to us in Nigeria as we all know what rats can do. But police in Wichita, Kansas, USA held a press conference, releasing a sketch of whom they were suspecting was responsible of tampering with their property in the department building. They have determined that a rat has chewed into packages of marijuana. It was uncertain whether it seems the rat just wanted to get high all on its own or it was acting with an accomplice.