Q: How do fish get high?
The following is supposedly a true story. To be included, besides being true, the story is most likely strange, weird, surprising, or funny.
December 18, 1992 - Michael J. Schmidt, 29, set up a hidden video camera at his home near Superior, Wis., because he had been burglarized several times and thought he could catch the culprits in the act. The burglars came back and were captured on tape, which Schmidt turned over to the sheriff. Among the items the burglars took from Schmidt's house was a box containing eight marijuana plants. Schmidt was charged with misdemeanor drug possession.
As a pothead walks down the road, a genie appears in front of him. "I'll grant you two wishes," says the genie. The pothead replies, "I want a never ending joint." The genie says, "As you wish," and gives him the joint. The pothead takes a long drag and says, "Awesome! I want another one!"
Q: What's so special about April 21st?
A: It's national surprise drug test day.
Two teenagers are found smoking a joint in the middle of a park. They’re both arrested and taken to the town jail. The sergeant advises them they’re entitled to one phone call . About eight minutes later, a man enters the station. The sergeant says, “I assume you’re the kids’ lawyer.” “Heck, no,” replies the man. “I’m from Jimmy Johns”