The 1982 adaptation of the classic Pink Floyd album is a well-known stoner movie that goes pretty great with some sweet Quebec-grown ganja.
Quebec’s choice to introduce beets, cauliflower and figs as the only legal cannabis edibles is likely to achieve the intended goal.
“I don’t care if this is a hot take or not: apples are a 10/10 fruit. So you can imagine my excitement when the SQDC rep at the counter suggested I give R’Belle Versailles’s Apple Fritter strain a shot.”
“Hilariously, the strain of this DLYS Sabrevois grow lot is called ‘Skunk Shocker’ (whatever the flying fuck that means), so I know I’m in for a treat.”
“Not only is it Quebec-grown, but it’s also meant to make you feel more hungry and relaxed, like any good old-fashioned mystery box of buds should. Pretty reassuring for a random hodgepodge of the devil’s lettuce!”