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I am proud to announce our newest member to our team: King Kong GG. He will be taking on the role of our new GM of the rest of the year. He will be handling our social media and will be helping us with the GM duties as well. King Kong GG has always been a respectable member of the community and I am happy to have him on board.
It’s a super moon tonight, my cheeky penguins! According to the rules, the lord is firmly locked in his moon chamber. It’s just too dangerous for me to run around doing damage with 3 claws. We still have some time before the power of the moon overpowers me, so I thought we could discuss the flowers I got from a new brand of marijuana delivery called Hidden Leaf DC before I turn into a soulless creature of rage bent on destroying man and all his inventions. Sigh. Why did I bring my laptop here? Hidden Leaf gave me two great samples to try: King Kong GG (formerly Gorilla Glue, but there was a recent lawsuit over that) and Sherbinski’s cut or GSC (formerly Girl Scout Cookies, ditto). I was pleased with both – dense, sturdy branches, perfectly groomed, fresh and covered in tiny trichomes. They look like happy little buttons! When crushed, the Sherbinski had a deliciously sweet taste, while the King Kong was reminiscent of cold spices. The Sherb was a little spicy, but not bad; the King Kong smoked sweet, with a toasty aftertaste. I’ve had many SBCs over the years. I’d say it’s the most popular species in Washington, given how often I run into it, or its platinum counterpart. Hidden Leaf DC was my first experience with Sherbinski’s (I hadn’t seen the Thin Mint version yet). If you’re a fan of Cookies, you’ll love this balanced sativa high that refuses to be confined to the couch. SGR usually doesn’t help me deal with my fears or moods as well as I’d like, and Sherbinski was no exception. So it was easy to focus on my tasks (like collecting all the interesting medical marijuana news in Maryland this week! It’s also a good way to get together with friends, because you’re not isolated and you’re on a different wavelength. Or, for example, to be carried away by the same wave and easily caught like a psychic salmon in the auditory stream of another. I was there too, brother. Close-up of shower. Hidden Leaf DC’s King Kong GG was much more to my taste. These flowers elevate my spirit, and their intoxicating scent interrupts any free thought that might escape. Speaking of freedom, did you see that point return from Tariq Cohen today? I’ve heard before that Chicago’s new RB is a phenomenon, but this turnaround on the field was incredible. Let’s hope the eggheads can apply their skills to the cute Fox Sports robots that have been irritating them for decades. As cool as that is, I’m just saying: The mines. Isn’t that so? Anyway, King Kong is uplifting, but there’s enough indica in it to make me sit in my chair and watch Sunday football or laugh merrily at Hulu’s new original series Future Man. Oh man, if you’ve been putting it off, you should start now. Heehee. Rrrrr… my lycanthropic curse… Blood… is cooking with… Rage! It won’t take long! Listen carefully. To find the hidden leaf, you must look inside. You yourself… No, I’m just kidding… You can contact them through their website to arrange delivery. Now go! No, wait! First of all, subscribe to my newsletter. So run! RUN, DAMN IT!
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