Michael Dart wrote:
> "Slacker" <sla[email protected]
> wrote in message
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>>>happy 4/20 my mtbing chums. Even if toking the herb is not your thing,
>>>a good day - thats an order!
>>>Small Black Dog
>>If you were a cat.... http://www.pbase.com/image/15663195
> Hehe..I had a friend in San Diego whose cat would follow the joint around the room. Pass the joint
> and the cat would be in your lap waiting for the exhale. About two trips around the room and he'd
> be hanging over the back of the sofa happy as a jaguar sunning on a tree branch.
I had a college professor whose cats seemed to enjoy getting high. When she got the rolling
tray out, the cats got excited, ping ponging around the room until she got out a paper
grocery bag, which she placed on its side on the coffee table. Both cats immediately leaped
into the sack, and stayed in there, waiting for the exhaled exhaust. It makes sense, I
guess. Catnip hits the same receptors in the feline brain as cannabis and LSD. I also knew a
gal whose Irish Setter would follow the joint around the room. He'd sit in front of her,
nose pointed up, ears laid back, eyes squinty with anticipation, and wait for the exhale. I
think Irish Setters only have about three brain cells as it is, so it didn't take much
before the dog was careening around the house and tobogganing down the carpeted stairs on
his chest, hitting the area rug at the bottom, and riding it across the hardwood floor. And
he'd do it as many times as you were willing to reposition the rug for him.