WATCH: Cops Pass Out Educational Doritos at Marijuana Festival

Once again proving that the way to a stoners heart is through the stomach.

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It’s called Operation Orange Fingers, and the Seattle police believe it is the best way to educate the public on the state’s new Marijuana laws.

Police passed out over a 1,000 bags of Doritos at the entrance of the Seattle Hempfest this weekend. Each bag came  with an instructional sticker that listed several “Do’s and Don’ts” of Marijuana usage.

One of stickers read “don’t give, sell, or shotgun weed to people under 21,” and another instructed users not to use pot in public. However, one sticker recommended that individuals, “do listen to Dark Side of the Moon at a reasonable volume.”

Festival goers snatched up all one thousand bags in just under 30 minutes, proving again the cheese flavored chips are irresistible to high people.

Don’t worry if you missed out – several savvy festival goers saved their Hemp-Fest Edition Doritos and are now auctioning the bags on eBay for upwards of $50.

Read more: Operation Orange Fingers: Seattle Police Hand Out Munchies at Hempfest

 

2 comments
DavidStewart
DavidStewart

I find it ironic that the baggies the police are handing out contain something far more toxic than Cannabis itself.

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