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chronic candy

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by heavyLox, Dec 21, 2004.

  1. heavyLox

    heavyLox 12oz Veteran Member

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    chronic candy

    Discussion started by heavyLox - Dec 21, 2004

    keep in mind im a mod so i can do this. however I can shut it down as well.


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    Snoop Dogg and reality-TV star Paris Hilton are endorsing a new pot-flavored candy that is
    stirring up controversy and generating criticism among New York City politicians.

    Presently found in 43 stores across the Big Apple, Chronic Candy, hemp-rooted lollipops and
    gumdrops promises that "Every lick is like taking a hit." It's quickly becoming top choice for
    local costumers with the munchies, while drawing criticism from politicians who feel the candy
    promotes drug use to the youth.
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    "How could we go into the market and create a product for children that encourages them to
    taste marijuana?" Councilwoman Margarita Lopez (D-Manhattan) exclaimed on WPIX-Channel
    11, "What is the message? 'Use drugs', that is okay?"

    While the pot sweets do not contain THC, the ingredient that intoxicates marijuana users, the
    candy comes in "nickel bags" and "20 sacks" like marijuana. It also provides flavors themed
    after its countless nicknames including "Chronic" and "Sticky Icky Skunk Buds.

    Unlike the candy's many protesters, Chronic Candy Founder Antonio Montana asserts that the
    sweets were never intended for kids.

    "Give me a list of what we can do to keep these things out of kids' hands, and I'll do it,"
    Montana, 36, who began importing the candies from Switzerland four years ago, told Daily
    News. "I don't think kids should be eating them. It's an adult thing."

    Montana also suggested that retailers put an 18-and-older-only tag on the treats, but added
    that it's to their discretion.

    Queens store owner, David Abramowitz has already enforced an 18-and-older policy and
    shared that he isn't shocked by the controversy surrounding the candy.

    "Lopez is making all this noise. Look, I'm not out to corrupt kids," Abramowitz, 62, claimed to
    Daily News. "It's just for kicks."


    see the story on the site.


    I haven't tried it, I dont eat candy cause heavy is sweet enuff as is.
     
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  2. willy.wonka

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    willy.wonka - Replied Dec 21, 2004

    i think it does promote marijuana use to the next generation of kids.
    i also think its good. i mean, i just like marijuana
     
  3. willy.wonka

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    willy.wonka - Replied Dec 21, 2004

    another thing thats funny is that the rich and famous are trying to blow it up. pretty soon a politricktion will have to be some kind of celeb. to get people to listen to him or her
     
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    duh-rye-won - Replied Dec 21, 2004

    retarded.

    the munchies require something much more substantial than a lollipop.
     
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  5. willy.wonka

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    willy.wonka - Replied Dec 21, 2004

    i've been eating a lot of 1.5oz. bud brownies with girls that dont like to smoke weed. so i smoke and eat thier munchies and all i really need after all of that is a good blowjob
     
  6. JohnnyHorton

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    JohnnyHorton - Replied Dec 21, 2004

    ^ dude. best. reply. ever.

    edit: damn you willy, that was for iquit
     
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  7. GucciCondom

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    GucciCondom - Replied Dec 21, 2004

    Dude those things are fucking disgusting.

    Some small skate/record/clothing store down the shore had them like 3 years ago. I copped one and took like 5 licks and threw that fucka in the trash.

    They didn't come in '20 sacks' and shit though, so maybe they are different.

    Either way if it don't get you high whats the point. Thats like drinking non-alcoholic beer.
     
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  8. Chance Em Redy

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    Chance Em Redy - Replied Dec 21, 2004

    As long as the candy doest actually contain weed, i dont see anything wrong with it. Hell, they already have bubble gum candy shaped like cigerettes. So they souldnt complain. It should be the parents job to tell the kids drugs are bad and what not. Drug use is already publicized everywhere (TV, celebrities, music, etc.), you might as well capitalize on it. :rolleyes:
     
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  12. roadpig

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    roadpig - Replied Dec 21, 2004

    gummies
     
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  13. High Priest

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    High Priest - Replied Dec 21, 2004

    Moron's.
     
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    Dr. Dazzle - Replied Dec 21, 2004

    What a time to be alive.....
     
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    ClueTwo - Replied Dec 21, 2004

    It won't last...

    If someone is in New York, and knows where to find one though. I will gladly pay for shipping..I have to see this for myself..(exhales...)
     
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