The pandemic is forcing us to spend all of our time apart, which is why you should schedule a weed video call with your friends soon.
Social distancing guidelines have kept us from doing most of the things that bring joy to our lives, including smoking sessions with friends. While the coronavirus has thrown a wrench in those plans for the foreseeable future, making us question the act of smoking and of sharing saliva with others, consuming marijuana among friends remains a great bonding activity, one that can still be conducted while in quarantine.
A large part of the appeal of smoking marijuana is to share a bonding experience with friends and loved ones. Sharing a joint provides a very different high than the one you’d experience alone, similar to drinking.
When getting high with your friends, it’s common for everyone to experience the same kind of high, whether it involves a giggle fit or an introspective high where you spend hours talking about random stuff.
Here are 3 reasons why you should schedule a weed Zoom appointment with your closest friends as soon as possible.
It’ll make you feel closer to them
If you’ve never smoked weed with friends through video chat, and why would you have, this is the perfect occasion. The video call will make you feel closer to your friends and once the initial awkwardness passes, you’ll feel close to normal, like you’re actually splitting a joint with friends and not stuck at home in a pandemic.
It’ll provide a nice alternative from regular Zoom appointments
After a month spent in quarantine you might have reached your video call limit. Although apps like Zoom and Skype are helping us stay sane, it’s possible than one of your friends or family members might be abusing their video call privileges. Adding a joint in the mix might help you relax and have a good time, erasing the barrier that naturally pops up when you’re communicating through a screen.
It’ll make it less likely for you to have a bad high
Although most seasoned marijuana users don’t usually struggle with bad highs, these can occur when trying out a new strain, a new method of consuming cannabis or when you’re feeling anxious or stressed out. Our mindsets are kind of unpredictable right now, which is why smoking marijuana with friends might be your best and most comfortable option.