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5 Things To Be Thankful For This Danksgiving

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Danksgiving, or “Thanksgiving,” if you prefer, is the one holiday a year that everyone stops to think about everything they’re thankful for. For example, I’m thankful to have a loving family, friends who are supportive, and dank weed to share with both.

1.Black Friday Sales

While I personally focus on the family side of Danksgiving, some focus on the shopping side. Black Friday is an excellent way to spend time with your family, if you enjoy fighting for greatly discounted goods in shopping malls and in bidding wars online. If you don’t want to wait for Black Friday deals, you can also check out the awesome deals we have going on now!

2.Tons of Delicious Food

My favorite part of Danksgiving is always the meal. Everybody sitting together, enjoying a copious amount of delicious food, and just enjoying each other’s company. I always like to toke prior to the feast and let the munchies help me out. The turkey, the mashed potatoes, even the yams get me excited! Even if you’re not having a ‘traditional’ feast, the Danksgiving meal is the center piece to bringing everybody together.

3.Perfectly Stuffed Blunts

Danksgiving is a day meant to bring people together, and nothing does that better than a fat blunt. Roll up something special to bring into the circle before the big feast, after all, it’s Danksgiving! Hang out, tell stories, talk shit, share with each other what you’re thankful for, and enjoy the simple pleasures of the holiday.

4.Edibles

Pumpkin pie, anyone? Edibles are the ultimate holiday or family-day treat for stoners. I love baking edibles whenever I’m having a party, or when a celebration is in order. If you’ve ever brought edibles to a gathering, you know that they can definitely do the trick! Just remember, if you’re playing with edibles this Danksgiving, make sure you’re paying close attention to your dosages.

5.Friends And Family To Enjoy The Herb With

Above all else, nothing would matter without friends and family to enjoy it with. Think of all the good times, think of all the bad times, think of all the times they’ve been there for you when you needed them. Take some time to tell the people you care about how much they mean to you today, because without them, Danksgiving wouldn’t be a thing.

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What are you thankful for this Danksgiving? Let us know in the comments!

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