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February 24, 2012


Smoking pot tied to slacking off at work

(Thanks to Brian Duval)


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Now come on. I'm as open-minded as the next guy, but there are just some thing ... oh, wait. You said "slacking" off at work. Never mind.

"Dude, lets get some....what was I talking about?"

"You said something about munchies"

"Dude, is it lunchtime?"

"Dude, is it?"

what time is it?
what time is it now....

Time for a break, obviously, qb.

"Whoa, check out the cool new screensaver!"

"Wow dude, that's....what was I saying?"

why would anyone tie a smoking pot to their slacks?

Late for work again Smith! Sorry boss, I took the wrong cannibus again.

I am routinely unmotivated at work.

Smoking cannabis causes people to be unmotivated at work.

Therefore, I have apparently been smoking cannabis this whole time and I wasn't even aware of it.

I feel the need. The need for weed?

Sorry, man, too much Cheech and Chong after midnight. Bummer.

See, if you drink beer you don't have these problems. If beer drinkers aren't motivated at work they just leave to drink beer. Problem solved.

Why do you think there is microwave popcorn in every office in America, including Weight Watchers.
I have the cure for this lack of motivation. The spiral fountain of Doritos. I only have to work out a few kinks. Those corners are murder on the pipes.

Unless that job is growing more pot.

I'm extremely doobie-ous of this study. A proper study would have had the scientists smoking pot, and, if smoking pot causes slacking on the job, the scientists would have slacked off and not finished the study.

They say this like its a bad thing. What if the entire Congress were required to smoke pot when in session?

You mean they aren't?!
There goes MY explanation for our politicians.

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