Sunday, February 17, 2008

I prefer "naive"* to "stupid"

My brother and sister in law are visiting this weekend. I am very excited about this. So excited, in fact, that I could not sleep yesterday night because of excitement and now tonight as well. Sheesh.

Anyways, in true form to my family, we started talking about odd and wonderful things. Which eventually wound it's way to how you would smuggle drugs onto an airplane. A few examples were thrown around of things people have been know to do, but one particularily stumped me.

"Someone took marijuana, put it in an empty shampoo bottle, filled it up and carried it on the plane like that." I was puzzled.

"But how do they use it afterwards?", I asked. They explained the person would just wash it off. This still did not compute.

"But wouldn't the pot taste like soap when you smoked it?" Everyone stared at me until one of my siblings cleared things up.

"Bron, they would probably put the marijuanna in a baggie first."


*Edit: Apparently, although I may prefer naive to stupid, stupid applies better. I spelled naive wrong by accident rather than for irony.


  1. Uhhhh Bron, did you spell naive wrong on purpose to be funny??


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