Hey kids, gather round, it’s time to talk about doing crimes.
time… fore crime pic.twitter.com/omYgZGEPlb
— kenny criminal goblin🧡 (@goblinkenny) April 18, 2019
Okay, maybe not crimes, but also if you want to talk about crimes, I want to hear about them! More specifically, I’m here to talk about vice.
And while, yes, the detectives of Miami Vice have given decades of lesbians valuable fashion inspiration, we’re not really here to talk about that kind of vice either. I’m here to talk about……..weed.
As you know, in addition to today beginning a holy weekend for Jews and Christians (listen, has anyone made a Dayenu joke about Beyoncé’s new documentary/album yet???), it’s also the holiest of holy weekends for pot lesbians everywhere. FOUR TWENTY BABY BLAZE ITTTTTT 😎😎😎. I plan to spend tomorrow singing at various fire-related services and getting blazed with my own brand of the holy spirit, cannabis.
Weed is my favorite vice. Weed in and of itself is not bad, but the way I use weed sometimes, it’s absolutely a vice! I’m okay with that! I love having vices, it makes me feel like much more of a badass than graduate school really allows one to be. So friends, what are your vices? Do you remember when we talked about our vices as a Monday Roundtable and y’all told us we were babies? WELL NOW IT’S YOUR TURN!!!! I wanna know about all the wicked and immoral things you do to make you feel better in what is honestly??? A wicked and immoral world. I wanna hear about sex, I wanna hear about drugs, I wanna hear about rock and roll!!!! (I also want to see your cute pets, or see the pictures you’ve taken this week, or to discuss whatever’s going on in your life!!!)
Happy Friday! Chag Same’
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