Amy Hansen is a Pop Culture enthusiast, who is obsessed with all things Royals. When she's not judging Meghan Markle's footwear, she's probably watching an unhealthy amount of reality TV or correcting someone's grammar.
Language constitutes reality, so it stands to reason when the country is afoot with change around the way we perceive and discuss cannabis, so too would the words we use to describe marijuana-related activities.
Just like women may have different desires for consuming marijuana, individuals with health goals may be more likely to indulge if there are edibles that meet their needs.
Cannabis breeders have become really good at producing plants jam-packed with delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which, of course, is the compound that produces the stoned effects from marijuana.
The fable of the lazy stoner has been around for decades. But is there good evidence in support of it?
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Phubbing may sound like a playful word, but it has the power to ruin relationships and make you less happy.
What does one buy the world's most talked about couple? And is Crate & Barrel even on their registry?
One of the most memorable scenes in the first Sex and the City movie is when Mr. Big surprises Carrie Bradshaw with a ginormous walk-in closet in their brand new penthouse.
A new trailer for Lifetime's "Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance" is out, and boy, does it up the cheese factor.
Acting like a commoner is not okay. In fact, it's so important to maintain an elite social status, the royal family is not allowed to say certain words.