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Each year, cannabis enthusiasts all around the world excitedly anticipate the 20th day of April as an occasion to collectively get “extremely high.”
For some, however, their chronic use of cannabis results in every day being almost indistinguishable from the 4/20 holiday.
We interviewed local smoker Ryan Willoughby, who says he just can’t celebrate the way he wants to, anymore.
“I basically do the same thing I always do,” Willoughby said. “I don’t think I can max it out any further. I’m basically at a constant peak high, which is a bummer, since I’d love to be even more high on this holiest of holidays.”
When we suggested he could try pushing his boundaries further with edibles, Willoughby nodded enthusiastically. “Oh yeah, totally. I achieved a full-on green out one time when I ate a whole tray of brownies that we infused with over an ounce of some real fire-level shit. My buddies were pissed but they don’t have the tolerance I do, and after several full-gram dabs everyone had forgotten about it by the next day.”
At the time of publication, Willoughby was fast asleep, still in the interview chair.
Jack Delamater is a musician, business owner, writer, and goofball living in Los Angeles, CA — follow Jack on Spotify.
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