As Calgary gears up to ban public cannabis consumption entirely and Charlottetown plans to create designated consumption areas, some strangers in New York have gone viral joyfully passing a joint around a subway car.
A commuter captured the scene and tweeted it out on April 1, explaining that at first she was annoyed by the lit joint.
"Everybody's having a tough day," says a person off-camera, complaining to the joint-owner in the video, which has been viewed more than 3.4 million times. "You can't just smoke weed when everybody else is stressed out."
The smoker's response? To turn to his fellow riders – not to the left, mind you – and offer them some, too.
"Would you like to take a pull?" he says, beaming innocently.
Amazingly, no one turns it down – four different people riding the train happily accept the offer. Watch:
I was mad watching him smoke on the train...but when he passed it and everyone was with the shits, it brought a smile to my face kinda lmfao. 😂😩😂 pic.twitter.com/CUn2VbCUrd
— KELLY S. 💋 (@Kissedby_k) April 1, 2018
H/t High Times
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