Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Holiday travel tips

Attention potheads!

If you want to travel with marijuana and associated paraphernalia by plane, that's your business.

I'm sure there are many creative ways to try and keep airport security from noticing it.

HOWEVER disguising your marijuana grinder as a freakin' hand grenade isn't one of them!

Like this guy.

Thank you, Michelle!


dejafait said...

Definitely agree with the bad choice of "camo" for a marijauna grinder, but the article concerns me when the security officer states that people get upset when they confiscate scissors. I would be upset too, since TSA allows metal scissors with pointed tips under 4 inches long to be carried onto an aircraft.

Cthulhu Sashimi said...

Personally, I really hate those new TSA-approved bongs that only hold 3.4 ounces of water.

Anonymous said...

It happened in freakin Canada, for goodness sake. Everyone carries a hand grenade up there. No big deal, it is almost like Sarah Palin's Alaska where they are always blasting away at something.

The Mother said...


Swami Dil said...

@ anon....Not fair! We Canadians have a Tim Horton's double-double in one hand and a doughnut in the other.....and our pockets have our toonies and loonies in them. There's no room left for grenades!!!

Anonymous said...

swami dil- then how do you disguise your pot and paraphenalia? i promise not to tell. love, batf.

Albinoblackbear said...

I almost had a butt-fu*k-attack when they took my nail scissors once.

They also took my mini-cans of tuna that were in my backpack. I couldn't help myself, I asked the guy if tuna was considered a "liquid" or a "gel". He stated they were packed in water, therefore making them a liquid. *facepalm*

I then paid 5 dollars on the flight to buy one of the mini-cans of tuna to eat.

After that my boyfriend referred to me as the "tunabomber".

Anonymous said...

I had to google marijuana grinder. I am probably on a list now. But seriously, I had never heard of a marijuana grinder.

I went through airport security once and my boots set off the alarm so they went over me with a wand. At the same time, my friend had throwing stars, which can be lethal and I'm pretty sure they're not legal. Security looked at them, handed them back to my friend, and let him through to the gate, with the throwing stars. Yes, this was before 9/11, but still.

Come to think of it, I once brought an entire 12-pack of beer with me as carry-on. No questions asked. I also brought an aluminum rolling pin that kind of looked like a pipe bomb with me as well as a half bottle of whiskey. Huh. That things that one could bring on a plane before 9/11 was incredible!

Anonymous said...

tunabomber- you must be part salmon, because your house in montana is for sale.

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