You take a lighter and balance it on the top of your hand, laying over the tops of your fingers. You then toss the lighter over to your buddy, who has to catch the lighter on the top of their fingers. You toss back and forth and get some good laughs out of the experience. If you’re feeling competitive, you can move farther apart with each successful toss. Mario Kart is my go-to weed game to play when me and all my friends are smoking together.
A fun twist on the game is “Kush and Kart.” It’s a lot like the drinking game involved with Mario Kart that a lot of people know, where you have to finish a beer before you finish the race. Each person has to finish their joint before the end of the game. There are also a few rules to make it more challenging — such as you have to stop racing if you cough, and if you got off the track you have to take a hit. I personally like the older versions of Mario Kart the best such as Mario Kart 64 or Super Mario Kart like we have in our weed gift shop to play while you wait for your cannabis tour. It’s with big blocks that have things written on them like. Take two big hits Do the crane kick Puff puff pass Give the person next to you a hug.
I love this weed game because it’s interactive and so much fun! Any game of Jenga can be elevated – you just need a Sharpie and an imagination to write something fun on each piece. This is a popular app that you can download on your phone for free. Once you’ve got the app, here’s how it works: Organize into teams of two Choose a deck. A few examples of decks are celebrities, movies, animals, accents, characters, and more Read the deck description and tap Play Put the back of the phone against your forehead. Your team gives you clues to help you guess what the screen says Tilt the phone down if your team guesses the word or phrase correctly Tilt the phone up if you can’t guess the word. This is a vintage card game that first came out way back in 1979 (when people used to actually call weed “grass”). I found mine at It’s Your Move, a specialty game store here in Denver, but you can find this champion of weed games on Amazon as well. Basically, this game turns you and your friends into black-market weed dealers. As it says on the box, “The object of Grass is to be the first player to make $250,000 by hustling weed (and not your garden variety either). Try to stop your opponents by putting the heat on their drug peddling by using the Detained, Search and Seizure cards, or steal from your opponent’s stash, but be careful as others will try to get at your stash as well. Try to remain calm and avoid the Paranoia cards, which’ll forfeit your turn.” Kelleyanne’s Top Weed Games: Cards Against Humanity. Most people have played Cards Against Humanity enough times that maybe the cards feel a little “played out.” That’s where the expansion packs come in. Add some fresh cards and sprinkle some cannabis into the games night, and this dark-humor game never loses its edge. My favorite weed game to play with friends is hands down any of the Jackbox party pack games. Basically, they’re games where everyone submits answers on their phone to funny questions. The answers you submit pop up on the TV screen and then everyone can vote on them. How it works is you download this Jackbox game onto an Xbox, PlayStation or PC (cost is $9.99). You pick your game with the controller or mouse and then on the TV screen instructions pop up for everyone to log in. The top three reasons I enjoy this so much as a weed game are because it’s 1) Interactive – everyone uses their own phone to submit answers. 2) You see a really dirty side of people that you thought were squeaky clean – Each answer is anonymous till you’re done voting and sometimes its fun to see who submitted what answer. 3) I’ve literally never laughed so hard at some of the answers people submit! After a 420 session with my friends, I’m usually in the outdoors hiking or camping. So I like to play weed games that don’t require any cards or gear.
One of my go-to weed games on the trail is “Would you Rather”. More a rhetorical exercise than a game, this one’s about thinking up scenarios that are equally weighty. The best part of the game is to see where the subjects and tones wander. It can get heavy and philosophical, or strange and stoney, but it’s most fun to shoot for levity and laughs. A few to get you started: Would you rather have a leg that has fallen asleep for a week, or a funny bone tingle in your elbow for a week? Would you rather live in a hunter-gatherer society or 12,000 years into the future? Would you rather discover a field of wild indica plants or wild sativa plants? So I make up some sort of challenge for myself to burn through all my different stashes.
I’ll have my flower vape, my concentrate pen, my dab of live resin, or my bong, and the goal is to finish before the movie is over. Sometimes I win (make it through the movie and the full supply) and sometimes I lose (fall asleep during the movie in front of a half-finished bowl). I’ve developed my own 710-friendly weed-infused variation of disc golf called Discs-n-Dabs.