9 classic animated characters that were probably high


Stoners have been found in cartoons since before Popeye first slurped “spinach.” Cannabis is part of our collective culture, it’s mapped into our DNA. Even if you’ve never consumed it, you’ve likely seen some part of yourself reflected in one of the many relatable stoner-implied characters from your favorite funnies. But since it takes one to know one, many of the dankest characters fly under the radar. For every obvious Shaggy/Scooby Doo slacker pot pal personification, there is a couch-locked Snorlax, medicinal-use Eeyore, and high-functioning Jane Lane/Daria Morgendorffer clique. The last few decades of animated programming lines up immaculately with the widespread normalization of cannabis, and the requisite animated pothead has become an expected supporting, if not outright main, character. Here are a few animated characters we like to assume partake in an occasional puff puff pass, and some strains that might help you get on their level. Futurama: Fry Phillip J Fry grew up in the ’80s in NYC. He was in a breakdancing crew, he delivered pizzas on a bike, and he had an adorable dog. We have all smoked mids from an acrylic bong with this dude. Fry’s strain: It was probably a Northern Lights b-bud grown by somebody’s cousin. Ahh, memories. Find Northern Lights strains Adventure Time: Marceline If you’ve heard the repertoire of Marceline the Vampire Queen, then you probably already caught a whiff of her cool-art-stoner aesthetic. Homegirl wrote an entire epic ballad transmuting intense feelings of parental abandonment into a parable about a dad stealing his daughter’s hot fresh French fries. Iconic stoner-art-girl behavior, truely. Marceline’s strain: Her favorite strain? Red Congolese of course. Find Red Congolese strains Spongebob Squarepants: Patrick Patrick feels like the ultimate affable, cuddly stoner. The friend you would get silly high with, eat a pile of food, then…

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