If you’ve smoked before, you know how easy it is to bond over anything when high: food, Animal Planet, shapes...You name it and you can have a 20-minute conversation about it.There is a big difference between a guy who occasionally smokes a bowl before watching "Game of Thrones" and a true pothead. His room resembles a smoke shop, and you can spot a bong faster than a book in there.Whether they deal it or they are simply marijuana enthusiasts, these guys can be some of the most interesting people you will ever encounter.They may say that people love we, and there is no way that they want to quit.In this case, the road to recovery is much rockier.Yeah, imagine what else they can do with their mouths.Once the mind-blowing sex is over, the two of you will be on the verge of passing out, but you’ll be awake enough for a quick, pre-sleep smoke session that results in a blissful night of sleep. The often dreaded pillow talk can actually be enjoyable if you and Cheech indulge in a wake and bake session.
Rather, you should explained to them have their marijuana use is affecting you and your relationship with them.Problems arise in a relationship when there are different expectations about marijuana use, our different levels of use.If you are sober, hanging out with the person who is a high all the time is not an enjoyable experience.Letting good vibes and good times serve as their personal motto, stoner boys just wanna have fun. Stoners are friendly and approachable people, and they even provide you with an easy conversation starter: asking for a lighter. It’ll be one for the books, and you will leave only wanting more.This is your hook, or the first part of a three-step plan to land a stoner in the sack. Just say, “It’s for my friend,” and then suddenly realize your “friend” must have walked away and introduce yourself. This feeling of absolute delight will come over you largely because stoners are giving individuals.The positive thing about the first situation is that you are able to openly talk about the issue and provide support toward the common goal of quitting.