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2019-11-05 18:41:23

    When I give, it does not come with strings. I’m not keeping track of what you owe me. When I give, I choose to do so without ulterior motives. I give because I know what it’s like to be without. To long for and be ignored; to speak and not be heard; to care for and have nothing returned. When I give it’s because I know the value in what I have in my heart. And I refuse to let the world stop me from sharing that, But when things start being taken for granted, When you no longer appreciate my sincerity, I won’t switch, I won’t get angry, and I won’t be spiteful. I’ll just get smart, and change your role in my life. Because when I give, I’m all in. But when I’m done, there’s no turning back.

    — Rob Hill, Sr. (via @wizdomly)

    Sometimes you have to be strong for yourself. You have to know that you’re good person and a good friend. What’s meant to be will end up good and what’s not – won’t. Love is worth fighting for sometimes you cant be the one fighting. At times, people need to fight for you. If they don’t, you just have to move on and realize what you gave them was more than they were willing to give you. Hopefully, people realize great things when they come around and don’t lose something real. Always fight, until you can’t anymore, and then be fought for.

    via @wizdomly



    a beaded curtain, but instead of beads they’re worms on strings


    you know… these guys


    Hi op I hope this satisfies your needs.


    Needs more worms

    I wanna make one of these that is like a literal curtain of worms

    No clear strings available to get caught and tangle, I want them nose to ass like some kind of horrible human centipede of worms, covering my doorway


    Aw fuck. Nothing makes you assholes happy.


    Fuck you guys.


    My fellow fuckers, I present you-





    I’ve never been so happy to see a conclusion.

    What are collectives looking for when they hire budtenders?

    Thanks to CafPop for this question!

    Collectives often have budtenders of all shapes and sizes, but look for the same qualities in the people that they hire.

    Budtenders have to be reliable and responsible. You have to be relied upon to show up on time predictably, every day to work. Collectives don’t function without someone in that role, and the managers of collectives need ease of mind knowing that you can be trusted with small details, such as showing up on time, before granting you larger responsibilities.

    Budtenders also have to be generally knowledgeable about medical marijuana and its methods of ingestion. It’s important to know about how each method works, and when each method should be employed and for whom. For example, many people with severe pain prefer to eat their medicine in the late evening, prior to going to bed. You need to know things like this.

    Budtenders need to have the temperance of a nurse, the patience of a monk, great interpersonal skills, and street smarts. You also have to have salesmanship, as your collective will often have specials, discounts, and bonus programs that need to be promoted.

    Often times, a collective may want you to submit to a background screen to check if you’ve comitted any violent crimes, sex crimes, or fraud-related crimes. If you’ve been busted for a small amount for personal use… you may still be a candidate for a budtending job. Collectives are also looking for a budtender who won’t abuse the role. As a budtender, you may have very cool patients, and you may have a cool job, but you still need to do your job. Don’t show off to people. Don’t bring ‘tourists’ by the shop just to show off your cool workplace. It. Is. A. Job. And it’s very rewarding.