Saturday, March 2, 2024

Dad Accidentally Eats 4 Weed Brownies From Son’s Stash, Disses Cat

It’s a tale as old as time: A dad minding his own business accidentally eats four weed brownies and ends up crawling on the ground in a panic, where he encounters the family cat and calls her a bitch.

This spectacular event took place the other evening in Omaha. The Omaha World-Herald reports the 53-year-old man discovered and ate the brownies while he was unloading groceries from a car that his adult children had used—and apparently left a plate of weed-enhanced brownies in—earlier.

Sometime later, when the man and his wife were watching television, the man complained of “bad anxiety.” After trying and failing to reach their children to ask what was in the brownies, the wife called 911. Responding officers discovered an unusual scene. From the World-Herald:

Paramedics called to the scene who checked the man found his vital signs to be normal. But they noted he was displaying odd behavior — crawling around on the floor, randomly using profanities and calling the family cat “a bitch.”

The man told paramedics he felt like “he’s trippin’.”

The man was helped to his bedroom, where he crawled into bed and was told to call 911 if the trippin’ got worse. According to a police report, one of the couple’s sons later came home and told police  “pretty sure it was just marijuana in the brownies.”

Dads everywhere: next time you over-indulge, here are some tips on how to stay chill.

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