Stoners Describe The Moments They Realized 'I'm Way Too High For This' 

Mick Jacobs
Updated October 26, 2018 711 votes 136 voters 3.6k views 20 items

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There comes the point in every cannabis user's career, whether they're a casual smoker or a full-on stoner, when the THC becomes too much. From underestimating edibles to overestimating their tolerance, people who get "too high for this" completely miscalculate how weed may impact a given circumstance. Sometimes people attend professional situations blazed; others get too freaked out to leave their homes and send stoned texts that only make sense to a fellow blazer.

These high moments may seem terrifying at the time, but they can become fond moments to recall - at least for the friends who watched the events unfold.

Getting Too Generous

From Redditor /u/YourDailyDevil:

Trying to play it cool with the cops.

I had cigarettes on me and figured normal people offer other people cigarettes.

The problem is that the cops weren't actually out of their car, and [were] driving away. So there's me, 16 and stoned off this Earth, sprinting down a street after a police car waving a box of cigarettes in my outstretched hand.

Is this too high?
A Donut Do-Not

From Redditor /u/camimac:

It was dark. Me and my ex ate a whole bag of those mini powdered donuts while giggling and snorting. I turned on the lights and realized that the powdered donuts were covered, no, piled with fuzzy green mold. We laughed even harder. Then went to sleep.

Is this too high?
Driveway To Highway

From Redditor /u/MeccaDeath:

Getting lost while parked in my driveway. I just zoned out and couldn't figure out where I was.

Is this too high?
Voicemail Failure

From Redditor /u/PanTran420:

I was a freshman in college and my mom called to b*tch me out about something. I was high AF so I let it go to voicemail. I checked the voicemail pretty much immediately after. She was really laying into me good for whatever it was (probably money, I had a problem with over-drafting that year). About 30 seconds in, I started trying to argue with her.

Obviously, being a voicemail, she wasn't responding to my arguments, so I got really mad at her and started yelling at the phone, "Why aren't you listening to me! Can I just say something! STOP TALKING!" Then she just stopped talking completely and I remembered it was just a voicemail.

Is this too high?