Charlie Sheen–The Newest Name to Slap On Your Pounds.

 

 

When Kush became the bud of choice for the buyers of Humboldt County, a well respected grower said he takes whatever he has and tells the buyers its Kush. And, if they want Headband, well then, it’s Headband.

I wonder how often that happens.  New “strains” (and I use that term in the non-scientific sense) appear for sale all the time with names designed to catch attention like God’s Pussy and Dog Shit.   Some are legitimate new strains developed by growers who know their stuff.  And some aren’t.  Some are just pasted with whatever name will tickle the fancy of the buyers. And their names change with the drifting smoke of the day.

Today’s flavor of the week is …you guessed it…Charlie Sheen.  Said to have a THC content of 23%, it appears to have garnered its appellation after its name sake started spinning wildly out of control in front of millions of gape-mouthed celebrity watchers.  The flesh and tiger blood version said, “I am on a drug! It’s called CHARLIE SHEEN.”  Now, smokers everywhere apparently want to experience the same dubious delirium and, unsurprisingly, somebody’s willing to sell it to them.

Can’t sell your pounds?  Maybe you need a catchy name.  Jen Ani-stone,   S-mel Gibson,  or just wait until the next celebrity makes an idiot of themselves publicly (you won’t have to wait too long) and slap his name on your buds.  Until then, maybe just try slapping Charlie’s name on your stuff, and maybe no one will know the difference.

 

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Photo from this site about Charlie Sheen’s odd Twitter posts.

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14 comments

  • sMel Gibson, Pretty good.

  • sMel Gibson, Pretty good.

  • Jen Ani-stone….very clever.

    A witty topical post to start the day.

  • Jen Ani-stone….very clever.

    A witty topical post to start the day.

  • back when I was a kid I move from here to central Oregon, I took some pot to fund my move.
    around Humboldt at the time there was green pot and brown (mexican) , so when you “broke out” and said it was “homegrown” you got a big grin!
    in Oregon their “homegrown” was the awfullest yellow green leaves they would dry in the oven, really hardly fit to make rope from…
    So, when I said I had “homegrown” nobody wanted it, they were all looking for the “columbian gold”.
    realizing my situation I started calling my purple flowers “Fog Weed”
    let me tell you the “Fog weed” became very popular! within a year I saw other people claiming to have Fogweed.
    what’s in a name…?
    everything!

  • back when I was a kid I move from here to central Oregon, I took some pot to fund my move.
    around Humboldt at the time there was green pot and brown (mexican) , so when you “broke out” and said it was “homegrown” you got a big grin!
    in Oregon their “homegrown” was the awfullest yellow green leaves they would dry in the oven, really hardly fit to make rope from…
    So, when I said I had “homegrown” nobody wanted it, they were all looking for the “columbian gold”.
    realizing my situation I started calling my purple flowers “Fog Weed”
    let me tell you the “Fog weed” became very popular! within a year I saw other people claiming to have Fogweed.
    what’s in a name…?
    everything!

  • loooooooool posted

  • loooooooool posted

  • Fogweed is a great name!

  • Fogweed is a great name!

  • Thanks Kym.
    The Fogweed was grown outside Trinidad, the guy who grew it said the fog came in and turned it purple.
    he went on to do a local music show, he’s gone now but I learned a bunch from him way back in the day

  • Thanks Kym.
    The Fogweed was grown outside Trinidad, the guy who grew it said the fog came in and turned it purple.
    he went on to do a local music show, he’s gone now but I learned a bunch from him way back in the day

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